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Agbogun James Otejiri
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  • Igun, Delta State
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Mette Wichmand commented on Agbogun James Otejiri's blog post 001 SOCIAL INNOVATION
"Did you ever hear from him ? Kind regards, Mette"
May 29, 2012
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002 FOOD SECURITY

Crop Option For Farmers In BeninFarmers in Benin are mostly into the cultivation of cassava and seasonal Maize. While most of them concentrate on this Crop, a minute number are into cultivation of other crops such as Plantain.Plantain cultivation is very lucrative. You see the advantage by comparing the returns of cassava farmers to those of plantain farmers. While Cassava farmers continue to toil the soil without a change in their initial status, Plantain farmers could boast of making a lot of…See More
Dec 16, 2010
Agbogun James Otejiri commented on Agbogun James Otejiri's blog post AFRICAN BIOGAS ENERGY DEVELOPMENT PROJECT
"Thanks very much Chris! The report is ready. It will be added in the morning. I will really appreciate it if you could take the time to examine it."
Aug 4, 2010
Chris Delamer commented on Agbogun James Otejiri's blog post AFRICAN BIOGAS ENERGY DEVELOPMENT PROJECT
"The charity Practical Action might be worth contacting on this project as it is the type of thing they support, they have some info on biogas:…"
Aug 4, 2010
Agbogun James Otejiri commented on Agbogun James Otejiri's blog post AFRICAN BIOGAS ENERGY DEVELOPMENT PROJECT
"Thanks Buffy B for the very important comment. We are at the crucial moment where the support of every agent will really mean a lot."
Jul 26, 2010
Buffy B commented on Agbogun James Otejiri's blog post AFRICAN BIOGAS ENERGY DEVELOPMENT PROJECT
"Huge congratulations on having your Evokation selected, great idea!"
Jul 26, 2010
Agbogun James Otejiri replied to Diana Kolek's discussion Any person from africa who was committed enough to finish the game!!! would like to know you.
"Am African. But came to Europe two years ago. I have lived in Africa almost all my life. I saw those children from Nigeria learning in classroom without chair or desk and realised that, that was how I went to primary school. I signed in to EVOKE…"
May 21, 2010
Agbogun James Otejiri replied to Miaomiao Huang's discussion How do you know about Evoke?
"I saw the Interview on CNN almost three weeks ago but was almost repelled by the word, "game" associated with it. It became a different story when I visited the site. I found the most captivating thing on the Internet. I realised it was…"
May 20, 2010
Agbogun James Otejiri commented on Agbogun James Otejiri's blog post AFRICAN BIOGAS ENERGY DEVELOPMENT PROJECT
"Date: Wed, 19 May 2010 10:17:19 +0000 Name: Agbogun James Otejiri Date Of Birth: 27 July, 1979. Adress: Via F. Turati 13/F, Interno 2. 17100 Savona, Italy. Phone number:…"
May 20, 2010
Chengyuan High School commented on Agbogun James Otejiri's blog post AFRICAN BIOGAS ENERGY DEVELOPMENT PROJECT
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May 18, 2010
Agbogun James Otejiri replied to Alchemy's discussion Episode 2 CODE PHRASE: "When spider webs unite, they can tie up a lion."
"Individuals can unite to contribute and combine their own little efforts to create a larger force that can overcome any obstacle."
May 18, 2010

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AFRICAN BIOGAS ENERGY DEVELOPMENT PROJECT


Date: Wed, 19 May 2010 10:17:19 +0000

Name: Agbogun James Otejiri

Date Of Birth: 27 July, 1979.

Adress: Savona, Italy..



http://www.urgentevoke.com/profiles/blogs/african-biogas-energy



AFRICAN BIOGAS ENERGY DEVELOPMENT PROJECT



The Project shall be treated under the following titles: Place,…

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Posted on May 19, 2010 at 10:00am — 7 Comments

002 FOOD SECURITY

Crop Option For Farmers In Benin

Farmers in Benin are mostly into the cultivation of cassava and seasonal Maize. While most of them concentrate on this Crop, a minute number are into cultivation of other crops such as Plantain.

Plantain cultivation is very lucrative. You see the advantage by comparing the returns of cassava farmers to those of plantain farmers. While Cassava farmers continue to toil the soil without a change in their initial status, Plantain farmers…

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Posted on May 17, 2010 at 1:30pm

003 POWER SHIFT

Peter Edmunds believe that Jobs and resources are scarce as such began to teaching the use of Solar energy for cooking. He began to teach Border Partners how to utilize alternative technologies to boost their area's standard of living since Desert sun is plentiful in the region. One example is the teaching of Mexican Teens how to construct Solar Oven in School hot lunch program.…

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Posted on May 17, 2010 at 1:11pm

004 WATER CRISIS

YEAR 2010 CLOUD SEEDING IN THE SAHARA DESSERT

I shall host a large scale Cloud-Seeding event in The Sahara dessert. And shall ask the entire planet to mimic the process by seeding the clouds in the most dry region of their countries so that rain shall fall on that day in Drought infested regions of the World.

The event Shall be a Worldwide dislay of abundant water. It will be such that I shall encourage people to come out and wet themselves in the merryment of Water falling…

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Posted on May 17, 2010 at 12:15pm

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At 4:59pm on May 11, 2010, Paul Holze said…
It's been a pleasure...I've enjoyed your work and the perspectives you bring
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Nice to meet you! I like your focus in looking for simple and practical solutions
 
 
 

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