Call For Volunteers

Call For Volunteers

Application Deadline: Monday, 30th July 2018.

http://bit.do/MFBVolunteer

Are you a Student in any Tetiary Institution in Africa?

Are you a recent graduate or you were just posted for NYSC in Nigeria?

Are you also passionate about Agriculture, Food Security and Emerging Technologies (Artificial Intelligence, Drones, Blockchain, Hydroponics etc)?

 

MyFarmbase Africa is looking for you!

Join our amazing team and be part of the revolution that will sweep Africa.

 

Qualifications

1. No special skills or qualification are required to take part.

2. We look out for volunteers who are committed to learning, passionate about bringing an end to food insecurity in Nigeria.

 

What are the benefits of Myfarmbase Africa to you as a Volunteer?

1. Gain experience and skills which will enhance your employability

2. Make important networking contacts which will faciltate easy access to more opportunities.

3. Strengthening your CV which provides a great opportunity to increase your marketability

4.  Helps you to identify your strength and weakness, thereby improving your work ethics.

 

How does it work?

Its simple!

Click on this link, fill the form and there you go!

http://bit.do/MFBVolunteer

 

About Us

MFB is an Agric Tech organization that leverages tech innovation to fight hunger, promote food security and uses an array of tech tools to digitize African Agriculture in a bid to foster access to quality information needed for farmers, Agripreneurs, investors and other key players across the food value chain to boost food production, manage food loss, access financing and increase investment returns.

For more information, visit myfarmbase.com.ng or email us at info@myfarmbase.com.ng, copy myfarmbaseafrica@gmail.com.

You can also call +2348137365526

Application is on a rolling basis.

Don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity.

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