FIIRO partners German firms GIZ, BOSCH on cassava processing

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FIIRO partners German firms GIZ, BOSCH on cassava processing

As part of fulfilling its mandate of rapid industrial acceleration through research and development, the Federal Institute of Industrial Research Oshodi (FIIRO) has entered an agreement with two German companies GIZ and BOSCH.

GIZ is a green innovation centre for agriculture and food sector and BOSCH is a specialist in the fabrication of power tools, machineries and household equipment.

The agreement will enable FIIRO to the upscale the development of innovative cassava processing technologies to improve income for Nigerian micro, small and medium sized cassava processors and to create additional employment. Read more

1 Comment

  1. Ivan D Gómez says:

    Small / medium size cassava processing projects are non profitable our studies show. Energy cost + cassava yields critical. You need at least 20 kg/hectarea yield and create farmers cooperatives.!AioYzse_v4L7oGJSKmgnCxjY8i49

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