How flies produce organic food for animals and empower our farmers

Farmers group learning about black soldier fly breeding

Tobi Adgebite, a Social entrepreneur from Nigeria, is the founder of Entojutu, an organization in Nigeria. He had just finished an exciting year at kanthari – a social entrepreneurial center in India – when I met him the first time and learned about his ideas and solutions. A perfect match to our farmers in Western Kenya!

His idea is as simple as exciting: breeding black soldier flies to grow food for poultry and fish and get organic fertilizer.

This makes a huge difference, especially to smallholder farmers who often live close to the poverty line. Even growing some chicken needs money for feeding. So why not applying a different methodology to get it for free?

Tobi is on “teaching tour” – at the various locations where we are active with our Making More Health Activities: in Webuye at our MMH center, in the rural Bungoma county and in Homabay at lake Victoria.

Cleophas from CHW, one of our local NGO partners, says:”Here some participants for the BSF training that concluded yesterday. Our farmers were very happy and excited about this training session. Here are some clips also as testimonials for the training from some participants.”👇

Find out more and listen what farmers says: Video 1 and Video 2.

Tobi Adgebite, Social entrepreneur from Nigeria

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