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Tackling hunger in Nigeria

11 August 2021 | Member Stories

Good Food Agriculture Catalyst 2030 member story

SDG 1 No Povery SDG 2 Zero Hunger

Nigeria, Africa’s most populous nation, is projected to become the third most populous country in the world by 2050, after China and India. The ability to consistently meet the food demands of the growing population is crucial to food security. That is why the work of social entrepreneur and Catalyst 2030 member, Uche Daniel Jumbo, is critical.

Uche is the CEO of GoodFood Agric Enterprises, a business that grows easily affordable staple foods such as plantain, banana, vegetables and meat. GoodFood is also into the production, processing and packaging of food products.

The business is addressing SDG 1: No Poverty through the provision of employment and training for the young and vulnerable. It is also addressing SDG 2: Zero Hunger through the provision of quality, healthy and affordable staple food for Nigerians. Eventually, it hopes to achieve inclusive food systems that can sustainably benefit Nigerians as a whole and the world at large.

To find out more, you can contact Uche via +2348029118429 or Email:

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