CAFE | Centre for Agriculture, Food, and the Environment
High-yield farming and fishery would contribute to the increase of the food supply as well as the improvement of the nutritional status of children and adults in the Niger Delta.
Located in Delta State, the Centre for Agriculture, Food, and the Environment (CAFE) is a vocational training centre that transfers (tropical) agricultural and fishery skills and techniques to students, farms and farming families.
CAFE organise workshops and vocational training programmes for local students and practitioners. The centre offers a variety of courses: incl. rice farming, fish farming, chicken farming and coconut farming.
We have started to incorporate the Agromisa programmes into the newly established CAFE project. Focusing in farm and forestry management, soil and water management, storage and packaging techniques, and keeping goats, bees, porks and cows.
The CAFE project works also with local colleges and universities to improve their curriculums through institutional knowledge and skills transfer.
University & Student Collaborations
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The Niger Delta Knowledge Centre promotes reading and lifelong learning in the Niger Delta by providing students, teachers and researchers with a knowledge-hub; a hub that.. continue reading
IBAN: NL43 ABNA 0831 6304 50
att. International College of Commerce
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Tel. +31 (0)20-665 4163
Tel. +31 (0)6-5049 2753
2 Oviawe Close
Off Upper Erumuse
Evwotubu, Benin City
Edo State, Nigeria
Tel. 080-2112 7523
Tel. 080-3409 5086