From the Field

Categories: Nigeria

Fall Visit to Nigerian Villages

While visiting in Nigeria, World Poutlry Foundation CEO, Randall Ennis, and others had the opportunity to go visit with mother units and smallholder farmers in the rural villages. While in Nigeria, they traveled to the Ilesa community in Osun State and the Igangan village in Ogun State. They saw first-hand ...

Growing Flocks in Nigerian Villages

A travel note from Randall Ennis, CEO of World Poultry Foundation: On my last visit to Nigeria, I had the opportunity to go to several villages to talk with farmers and observe the Noiler bird under field conditions. During our visit, we stopped ain the villages of Abatan, Alapako, and ...

“Be ready for anything” An August visit to Tanzania

In our latest trip to Tanzania, the World Poultry Foundation CFO, Gordon Gossett, went with me to get a first-hand view of the African Poultry Multiplication Initiative project and to meet with all of our partners. During this trip, we visited many rural farmers around Iringa, Njombe, and Dar es ...

July Visit to Nigeria

In July, I had the privilege of traveling to Nigeria with Mike Welch, the World Poultry Foundation’s Vice Chairman. Together, we visited Nigeria to meet with our partner in the African Poultry Multiplication Initiative project. We are pleased with the progress and the impact of the project is now ...

Visiting Lagos, Nigeria

Organizations who are working to support the WPF African Poultry Multiplication Initiative (APMI) had the opportunity to accompany WPF staff in visiting several Mother Units and small holder farmers outside of Lagos, Nigeria. Staff from these organizations will be assisting WPF to measure changes the APMI will bring to farmer ...

“Hello!” Photos from Nigeria

Though the infrastructure was tough, the people and poultry in Nigeria are doing well. It was great to visit and meet with poultry producers there. - Randall   [gallery size="medium" ids="6306,6305,6304,6303,6302,6301,6300,6299"]