Unemployment is one of the developmental problems currently facing rural communities in Nigeria. The unemployment rate is a measure of the prevalence of unemployment and it is calculated as a percentage by dividing the number of unemployed individuals by all individuals currently in the labour force. The higher the unemployment rate in an economy the higher would be the poverty level and associated welfare challenges.

We believe entrepreneurship contributes immensely to driving growth in most developed economies, with that, our focus is directed towards instilling and incorporating entrepreneurial values in our rural communities which will in turn gears massive development in our future.

In rural communities, we aim to foster sustainable socio-economic impact.


Agriculture and rural development are synonymous, with a common root, the bedrock of agriculture and agricultural development in Nigeria is rural development, without this, agricultural development will be futile. With greater access to skills training, markets, financial services and technologies, rural communities would become more productive, connected and in charge of their future.