Welcome to CBi Innovations Ltd.
Taking Business Innovation Facility (BIF) project lessons to national scale. The project which ended August 2019 was targeted at sustainable income growth for smallholder producers.
CBiIL Business Focus Areas
Low income producers typically do not know that using good inputs in the right mix for a specific soil type and following good practices for raising the crops, all other things being equal, would achieve productivity levels closer to the genetic potential of a given seed.
A major constraint to income growth of women in pastoralist communities is the low price for milk products in the traditional market and the significant wastage which occurs due to poor milk handling and pasteurization techniques – up to 20% of milk is wasted using traditional methods.
Projects are not scaling up because of data gaps: Extension service is only available at 1 extension worker to 10,000 farmers; no reliable farmer KYC data; data collection cost is prohibitive and expansion beyond a certain number raises the economics of production unacceptably.
Recent posts from our experiences
This post, was culled from publication by AgriBiz Info. It features a report by the promoter of CBi Innovations Ltd. on the necessity for women to get involved in Agriculture. The Chief Executive Officer, Convention on Business Integrity, Mr Soji Apampa, on Thursday urged women to tap into the agricultural sector and empower themselves theContinue reading “Agriculturist Wants Women to Empower Themselves through Agriculture”
This post, was originally published on the CBi website. It features 7 steps to creating inclusive, rural, integrated development in Nigeria. Newspapers are replete with the alarming stories of Fulani herdsmen/farmers or Fulani herdsmen/community clashes. The clashes have often resulted in condemnable, criminal, barbaric acts that have largely gone unpunished by the authorities and have led toContinue reading “7 Ways to Revamp Nigeria’s Rural Agricultural Economies”
This post was adapted from an article that first appeared in The Nation Newspapers on June 21, 2019. It reports on the achievements of the BIF Project at that date, the precursor to CBi Innovations Ltd. The Convention on Business Integrity (CBI), implementers of a United Kingdom Department for International Development (DFID) supported agriculture project,Continue reading “UK agric programme generates N11.4 billion”
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