What is High Quality Cassava Flour used for?

What is High Quality Cassava Flour used for?

Do you know what High Quality Cassave Flour (HQCF) is? Do you know how it is made? What about what it is used for – do you know that?

I provide answers to the above questions and more, on this blog.

Through my work on Omadesope.com, I want to boost the efforts I have been making over the years, to promote production and adoption of HQCF for commercial industry use.

Apart from the learning events I conduct, as well as research activities I participate in (as well as my resulting articles/reports), I will periodically publish previews of potentially useful writeups BY THIRD PARTIES on HQCF use in real life situations, especially commercially viable industrial applications they are deployed for.

The article linked below is the first of many that I will be publishing from Omadesope.com. Be sure to LIKE my new Facebook page (coming soon) so you can get notified of my latest updates.

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What is HQCF used for?

High Quality Cassava Flour (HQCF) can be used as an alternative for starch and other imported materials such as wheat flour in a variety of industries in many countries in Africa.
Potential HQCF markets in Malawi 2010

Market demand and commercial partners have been identified in various industrial sectors (plywood, paperboard, bakery, confectionary and industrial and potable alcohol) which rely on expensive imported raw materials.

Workshops on Academic Writing and Publishing For Nigerian Researchers

We are glad to announce that Enago in collaboration with four renowned organizations in Nigeria—National Universities Commission, University of Lagos, University of Port-Harcourt, Nnamdi Azikiwe University—will be conducting author workshops in the universities’ respective campuses.

Enago’s workshops will be focused on providing practical advice on the important aspects of manuscript publication as well as useful tips to authors on how to select journals effectively.

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RUFORUM IN COLLABORATION WITH LUANAR AQUAFISH ACE COORDINATES 10 ACADEMIC STAFF EXCHANGES WITHIN THE REGION

The Regional Universities Forum for Capacity Building in Agriculture (RUFORUM) continues to promote higher education regional integration by facilitating the mobility of academic staff across the region. In furthering this mandate, RUFORUM Secretariat is working with the member universities to support staff fellowships that aim for collegial exchange so as to enhance faculty teaching, research, and collaboration among RUFORUM Member universities and, ultimately contribute to improved quality of teaching in postgraduate programs.

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RUFORUM in Collaboration with LUANAR AquaFish ACE Coordinates 10 Academic Staff Exchanges within the Region

https://blog.ruforum.org/2017/10/13/ruforum-in-collaboration-with-luanar-aquafish-ace-coordinates-10-academic-staff-exchanges-within-the-region/

Mentorship Workshop For Enhancing Early Career Researchers In The University Of Port Harcourt Organized By Centre For Research Management And Development [Friday, November 17, 2017] – Download PDF Programme & List of Awardees

Tomorrow, Friday 17th November 2017, I will be moderating activities during the “Mentorship Workshop For Enhancing Early Career Researchers In The University Of Port Harcourt” – Organized By Centre For Research Management And Development.

Date: Friday, November 17, 2017
Venue: Faculty of Agriculture Board Room, University of Port Harcourt
Moderator: Assistant Director, Centre for Research Management and Development & CIRCLE Coordinator, Prof O.M. Adesope

Click the links below, to download and view the following print-ready documents that provide details about the programme and awardees:

  1. LIST OF AWARDEES ON NOVEMBER 17, 2017 – AWARD FOR MEANINGFUL CONTRIBUTIONS TO RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT [PDF] 
  2. Programme For Mentorship Workshop For Enhancing Early Career Researchers In The University Of Port Harcourt Organized By Centre For Research Management And Development [PDF]

 

 

8 Smart Ways You Need to Learn From Prof. Olufemi Martins Adesope [FREE IMAGE AND SLIDESHOW DOWNLOADS]

The screenshot below is for a Powerpoint slideshow that features short titles with clickable links to the top eight (8) web based platforms where you can access potentially useful information about Prof. Olufemi Martins Adesope and his work in Agricultural Extension Services.

This includes  journal publications, website/blog articles, newsletter issues, information products & training events to further his passion for Agribusiness enhancement and the Making Extension Services Work™ initiative he implements via www.omadesope.com.

 

  1. The UNIPORT Academic Staff Directory*Profile page on UNIPORT website
  2. The IDEAS RePEc Author Website*IDEAS is a RePEc service hosted by the Research Division of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
  3. The Making Extension Services Work Facebook Page*Latest ideas, information, tips for advancement of Extension Services
  4. The Making Extension Services Work (MESW)™ Flagship Website*Formal online presence for the Making Extension Services Work (MESW)™ campaign Initiative
  5. Google Scholar Citations* Since 2012 – Over 380 citations
  6. Google Plus Profile*New thoughts, ideas, tips, musings on Agriculaure, education etc
  7. AGRICUNIPORT – Profile on Facultry of Agriculture  Website 
  8. The Making Extension Services Work (MESW)™ BLOG*Latest  articles, newsletter issues, information products & training, events to further the NESW™ vision

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Effect of Socio-Economic Characteristics of Farmers on Their Adoption of Organic Farming Practices [Chapter downloaded over 6,000 times from book titled “Crop Production Technologies”] – by O.M. Adesope, E.C. Matthews-Njoku, N.S. Oguzor and V.C. Ugwuja

The high rate of interest in reading this paper on Organic Farming (published via www.intechopen.com)  is reflected in over 6,000 downloads it has earned (see email from the publishers below). This achievement is proof of the fact that interest in nature friendly (i.e. organic) health improving farming systems that focus on use of non-synthetic inputs continues to spread globally.

“Dear Dr. Adesope,

We are pleased to inform you that your chapter has been downloaded 6000 times to date.

CHAPTER TITLE: Effect of Socio-Economic Characteristics of Farmers on Their Adoption of Organic Farming Practices
BOOK TITLE: Crop Production Technologies

We congratulate you on this achievement.” – InTechOpen Metrics, http://www.intechopen.com

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The main objective of this study that was published as a chapter in the book titled “Crop Production Technologies” was to investigate the “effect of socio-economic characteristics of farmers on their adoption of organic farming practices.”

Click the link below to download and read it as ready-to-print PDF:

https://www.intechopen.com/books/crop-production-technologies/effect-of-socio-economic-characteristics-of-farmers-on-their-adoption-of-organic-farming-practices

[MESW™ No. 02] Evaluation of FBOs in Nigeria, Yam Minisett Production, Producing Oil, Body Cream, Coconut Flour and Grit (Snack) from Coconut [Activities Photo Update]

Browse through photo galleries from my latest Making Extension Services Work (MESW) Activities Updates, in this second issue of my MESW newsletter!

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Wednesday 16th August2017

Browse through photo galleries from my latest Making Extension Services Work (MESW) Activities Updates, in this second issue of my MESW newsletter!

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1. Evaluation of FBOs in Nigeria [Photos from Visits to Kano State; Jigawa State, Gombe State]

1. Evaluation of FBOs in Yelwa, Gombe State

See 7 photos in the album published on my Facebook page

 

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2. [Photos] Yam Minisett Production

Yam Minisett Production

See 5 photos in my album published on my Facebook page

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3. [Photos] Producing Oil, Body Cream, Coconut Flour and Grit (Snack) from Coconut

1. Producing Coconut Oil

See 14 photos in this album published on my Facebook page

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Click here to invite Prof. Adesope to speak to members of your group or team on this topic.====

Olufemi Martins Adesope is a Professor of Agricultural Extension in University of Port-Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria. He is formerly Head, Department of Agricultural Economics and Extension, formerly Associate Dean, Faculty of Agriculture, and Currently Assistant Director, Centre for Research Management and Development.

Prof. Adesope has vast practical experience in sustainable livelihood development and has been involved in participatory research in agricultural and rural development. His areas of interests include rural development, community participation in technology development, strategic planning, farmer field schools, agricultural education, socio-economic impact assessment, research methods, Information and Communication Technologies in Agriculture..

O.M. Adesope delivers the following on-demand solutions to interested individuala, groups and organisations:

1. Vocational Skills Training and Consultancy on High Quality Cassava Flour production;

2. Conduction and preparation of feasibility reports for Cassava processing factory for chips and pellets for export; Honey bee farm, Snail farm and cassava farm;

3. Conduction and preparation of feasibility report for production of pineapple orchard, oil palm, cassava, plantain/banana, snail farm, fish farm, erosion control, bee farm (January, 2005)

4. Conduction of mpowerment training workshop for youths.

5. Training of women and youth associations on domesticating snails.

6. Exhibition on using high quality cassava flour for snacks e.g at World Food Day event at University of Port Harcourt, October 2015.

7. Garden based learning project using snail, fish and exotic vegetables. To learn more, visit www.omadesope.com and fill the contact form there.

He has also been a consultant to individuals/groups on issues related to sustainable development. He has established farms for individuals and groups and facilitated various development trainings/workshops.

Prof. Adesope currently works as the University of Port Harcourt Platform Administrator of Research Professional Africa (a research database organization in Capetown, South Africa).

Furthermore, he works as the Lead facilitator for the University of Port Harcourt Web2.0 programme, was Visiting Scholar at the Michael Okpara University of Agriculture from Nov. 2012 to Oct. 2013 and Coordinator for the recent AESON 2017 Conference held at UNIPORT.

He is driven by a passion to influence entrenchment of an entrepreneurial approach in teaching and delivery of Extension Services.

 

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