About Us

Who we are

 

AgroPaths Development Initiative ADI is a community based non-profit that makes and supports small holder farmers, agropreneurs and enviropreneurs to produce more food and  create more jobs in an environmental friendly manner.

 

ADI encourages individuals and organizations to engage in active farming or any of the activities in the agricultural value chains. ADI also encourage activities that protect the environment.

 

ADI believe that increased participation in agricultural development and environmental sustainability would reduce unemployment and lead to food security and improved livelihood in line with the sustainable development goals.

 

Vision

 

Improved livelihood arising from sustainable approaches that guarantees food security, job creation and environmental sustainability.

 

Mission

 

To encourage the expansion of agribusinesses and agro industries and to promote sustainable environmental practices that safeguard natural resources, by enhancing access of agrarians to innovative tools and resources that would engender food security, job creation and sustainably improved livelihood.

 

Target

 

Women and Youths

 

 

 

Our People

Martin Ubur

FOUNDER/COORDINATOR.

Entrepreneur, Agriculturist and Development worker.

Greg Omebije

ADVISORY LEAD

Software Engineer and Development enthusiast.

Celina Ahula

TRUSTEE

Agricultural Economist and Designer

Martina Tarhemba
Trustee

Social works & Management Professional

David Ubur
Environmental Support

Environmentalist, toxicologist and farmer.

Dahiru Adamu
Agribusiness Support

Entrepreneurship and Development Economist

Oyiga Chijoke
Agronomy Advisory

Agronomist

Shedrack Annor
M & E Support

M & E Consultant

Sesan Akanbi
Fisheries Support

Fisheries expert

Benson Agina
Veterinary Advisory

Veterinary Professional

Sunday Okibe
Livestock support

Livestock Professional

Sewuese Akpam
Gender desk

Agropreneur and theater artist

Viviane Tavershima
Physically challenge Support

Farmer, Entrepreneur and Environmentalist and

Dooyum Ubur
Advocacy and Volunteer Support

Content Curator and community mobilizer.

Jethro Adagi
Project Officer

Agricultural professional.