Ndidi Nwuneli’s Article on Promoting Inclusive Business

On twitter, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations posted a photo with a quote: “Rural people produce 3/4 of the world’s food yet these same people constitute 80% of the global poor – We need to support our food producers. They are our #ZeroHunger heroes!

I retweeted this quote because it resonated with me and reminded me about why I became a social entrepreneur in the food and agriculture landscape in the first place. I was propelled by anger about the rising levels of malnutrition among under-five children in Nigeria and high rates of post-harvest losses, and together with my co-founder, decided to establish AACE Food Processing & Distribution Ltd. in 2009.

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Source: CLUED-IN: Making the Inclusive Business Case

March 20, 2019
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