Our central strategy is to mobilise the local populations in Nigeria and West Africa for the production and consumption of our products in a manner that provides additional spinoffs such as improved incomes and access to health and education.
There are many opportunities in West Africa for “brown field” agribusiness development as many mismanaged farms have fallen into disuse.
Major gaps in investment have lead to particularly attractive margins in the meat, poultry, fish and diary sectors in view of increased protein demand and low production capacity.
Moreover, the gradual move from staple production towards high-value horticulture crops is an important contributor to employment opportunities in Africa. DW Agriculture aims to use its business to bridge the identified gaps and mobilize farmers to produce for the very significant local market primarily and then to serve the export market as a second stage strategy.
Improving our communities and environmental sustainability and climate change adaptation
Providing comprehensive and continuous training and compulsory personal protective equipment