ADEGBITE OLUWATOBI’S FINE FARMERS INITIATIVE SET TO BOOST FARMERS HEALTH TO ADVANCE FOOD PRODUCTIVITY

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I am Adegbite Tobi Gabriel. A masters student of environmental biology and public health. A lover of community service. I pursued a career in public health because of my passion for community health and communal welfare.
Lead transformation initiative was a platform where thought transforming process was shared. I was challenged with in depth analysis of problems, thoroughly thought through solutions with clear strategies which brings about clear projects. This for me was a transformation of the mind and made significant clarity in what exactly I wanted to do to help my community.
L.E.A.D groomed me to become an eco friendly, sustainable agropreneur whom solves problems in agriculture even as I explore the agricultural value chains.
I am working with two undergraduate students and a masters student to access the efficiency of local plants in the Phytoremediation of contaminated sites in Akure. This is in the bid to get eco friendly means of solving environmental issues inter allia protect the local biodiversity.
Now I am an environmental biologist and public health scientist who want to work with local communities to ensure that their communal health is and they have a booming agroeconomy as I take the wheel in the race to meet the sustainable development goals. +2348137898961

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