Through AgroEknor’s value-chain investments, small-holder farmers and processors are able to overcome seasonality and perishability constraints, access global markets for their crops thereby increasing their income earnings which ultimately improves the livelihoods of the agriculture labor force.
We provide income earnings for over 1,800 women involved in agro-processing thereby increasing household incomes among the rural population thus addressing youth unemployment and female income equality while reducing poverty and providing better living conditions for individuals across the agric value chain in Nigeria.
As part of our corporate mission, AgroEknor’s activities provide various socio economic benefits that addresses youth unemployment and female income equality across the agric value chain in Nigeria.
Through our end to end value chain involvement, we are able to enhance food security, extend shelf-life of agro commodities and ultimately improve palatability and export value of agricultural commodities.
At AgroEknor, we are empowering over 5,000 smallholder farmers to fully maximise crop cultivation potentials and consistently deliver on global market demands for indigenous agric superfoods.