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PIND, in partnership with the Nigerian Institute for Oil Palm Research (NIFOR), facilitated the training of local fabricators in ‘Digester Screw Press’ technology. The screw press ensures a higher yield of palm oil for improved efficiency and greater income for the processors.
Watch the video for more.

https://youtu.be/5aJH13XAwpQ

#PalmOilValueChain #PalmOil #NigerDelta #NIFOR #PalmOilProduction

#PINDPhotooftheDay: A woman holding an oil palm fruit bunch.

This fruit bunch goes through a series of processes which leads to the production of Palm Oil. There are two primary types of palm oil – Technical Palm Oil (TPO) and Special Palm Oil (SPO). The Niger Delta’s 9 states account for roughly 57% of Nigerian palm oil production.

#PalmOil #OilPalm #PalmOilProduction #FreshFruitBunch #PalmOilValueChain #TechnicalPalmOil #SpecialPalmOil #NigerDelta #Nigeria #PhotooftheDay
#POTD

#PINDPartnerships

We partnered with the Nigerian Institute for OilPalm Research (NIFOR) to train palm oil farmers and processors on Improved Processing Technology for better yield. This yield, usually around 11% with traditional processing methods, is increased to 15% when the Improved Processing Technology is used.
What does that mean in terms of profit? Each farmer gets to make about N13,500 more by simply using this technology.
Want to be a part of our trainings? Contact us http://pindfoundation.org/contact-us/ with your enquiries.

#PalmOil #PalmOilValueChain #OilPalm

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Palm Oil processors pressing digested Palm Fruit Fibre.
This is a part of processes required for converting Palm oil fruit bunches into edible Palm oil.
We conduct varying researches with the aim of improving the quantity and quality of Palm oil derived from every yield and helping farmers earn more money.
#PalmOil #PalmOilValueChain #ValueChain #Agriculture #AgricultureValueChain

Many farmers would improve the quality and quantity of their yield if they continually learned evolving agricultural best practices and methods.
This is why we make it our priority to train and retrain farmers in the #NigerDelta on best practices for #CassavaValueChain, #PalmOilValueChain and #AquacultureValueChain.
Visit our website for more information about our economic development programs and projects. http://pindfoundation.org/

Are you following the conversation around the dissemination of our report on the #EffectofNairaDevaluation on agricultural value chains in the Niger Delta? You can do so on twitter using our handle; @PINDFoundation.

This dissemination workshop is a collaboration between PIND and Markets Development in the Niger Delta (MADE). The first part of the dissemination was to donors in the region. The second part, coming up today (July 6, 2017) at 3pm, will be to the government.

Here are some pictures from the event. Swipe left for more.
#PINDFoundation #PINDPrograms #PINDProjects #Agriculture #AgricultureValueChain #CassavaValueChain #PalmOilValueChain #AquacultureValueChain #PoultryValueChain

Dr. Ogho Okiti, author of the report on the #EffectofNairaDevaluation on agricultural value chains in the Niger Delta, making his presentation.

#PINDFoundation #PINDPrograms #PINDProjects #Agriculture #AgricultureValueChain #AquacultureValueChain #PalmOilValueChain #CassavaValueChain #PoultryValueChain

Q & A session at the #EffectsofNairaDevaluation dissemination workshop happening in Abuja.
The workshop is organized by PIND Foundation and Markets Development in the Niger Delta (MADE). #PINDFoundation #MADENIGERIA #PINDPrograms #PINDProjects #Agriculture #AgricultureValueChain #CassavaValueChain #PalmOilValueChain #AquacultureValueChain #PoultryValueChain #NigerDelta

#PINDFoundation, with the National Institute for Oil Palm Research (#NIFOR) helped train 5 local #engineers from the pilot farming cluster in #ImoState in creating the locally-invented Small-Scale Processing Equipment (#SSPE) with an extraction rate of up to 15%. With this #technology, palm oil #farmers and #processors can better maximize their produce and increase their #income. The 15% extraction rate is a significant improvement on the basic processing equipment which has an extraction rate of 11%. by up to 13,500 Naira for each person directly involved in the industry.

#Agriculture #AgricultureValueChain #PalmOil #PalmOilValueChain #appropriatetechnology #PINDPrograms #PINDPrograms

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We support oil palm farmers in the Niger Delta with access to processing equipment for increased product.
#PalmOil #PalmOilValueChain #NigerDelta #NigerDeltaDevelopment #PINDFoundation

To improve access to resources and facilitate system change, PIND in partnership with the National Institute for Oil Palm Research (NIFOR) helped train 5 local engineers from the pilot farming cluster in Imo State in creating the locally-invented Small-Scale Processing Equipment (SSPE). The trainees produced the equipment, which was sold to a private miller following a transparent bidding process and installed. Upon seeing the excitement of the farmers and processors from Imo State, PIND worked with NIFOR to sign an MOU in 2013 to facilitate training of local engineers working in farming clusters in the Niger Delta – fabricators, as they are called – to facilitate the much-needed knowledge and technology transfer. This project marks the first time NIFOR has transferred knowledge directly to private enterprises.

#PINDFoundation #NigerDelta #NigerDeltaDevelopment #AppropriateTechnology #TechTuesday #PalmOil #PalmOilValueChain

‘Improving harvesting technology is a major issue, because 40-50% of palm fruit were being left to rot because of scarcity of climbers, if fruits don’t gets harvested then we cannot meet our annual demand for palm oil,” says Blessing Allen-Adebayo, PIND Market Development Officer for palm oil value chain. 'If we don’t get harvesting right, we won’t get enough fruit to process, and the gaps in technology currently mean that harvesters can make an additional 80% more than they currently do. This is the gap we are looking to fill.’ #PINDFoundation #PalmOil #PalmOilValueChain #NigerDelta #NigerDeltaDevelopment

The two harvesting technologies that PIND and National Institute for Palm Oil Research (NIFOR) promote are the Mechanical Adjustable Harvester and the Malaysian Knife. PIND worked with German Afro-machinery manufacturer STIHL Germany and their distributor in Nigeria, Texmaco Ventures to introduce the Mechanical Adjustable Harvester to farmers in 2014, Texmaco invested over 18 million naira in making the machine available in Nigeria. The Malaysian Knife, a machine with a sickle head just like the Adjustable harvester but without the engine, was introduced in 2016. By the end of 2016, 1,591 farmers had access to these technologies, increasing income by N107, 375, 476 as a result.

#PalmOil #PalmOilValueChain #PINDFoundation #NigerDelta #NigerDeltaDevelopment

On September 19, 2017, Foundation for Partnership Initiatives in the Niger Delta (PIND) in partnership with the National Institute for Oil Palm Research (NIFOR) organized a forum for palm oil stakeholders to share the results of adopting improved harvesting technology, and link oil palm farmers, harvesters & processors to finance for adopting harvesting technologies.

#PINDFoundation #NigerDelta #NigerDeltaDevelopment #PalmOil #PalmOilValueChain #AppropriateTechnology

There are two types of Palm Oil; Special Palm Oil (SPO) and Technical Palm Oil (TPO). TPO is preferably used for cooking because of its tangy flavor.

PIND is promoting best agronomic practices for Palm Oil farming and processing to ensure farmers in the Niger Delta maximize their produce and increase their income. This contributes to the food security of the Niger Delta.

#WorldFoodDay #PINDFoundation #NigerDelta #NigerDeltaDevelopment #PalmOil #PalmOilValueChain #FoodSecurity #Food #FoodDay

Blessing Allen-Adebayo, Nabeel Adeyemi and palm oil stakeholders watching as the Mechanical Adjustable Harvester is demonstrated at our harvesting technologies dissemination forum.
Blessing is our Market Development Officer in the Palm Oil Value Chain and Nabeel is our Program Coordinator, Value Chain Appropriate Technologies.

#PINDFoundation #NigerDelta #NigerDeltaDevelopment #PalmOil #PalmOilValueChain #MechanicalAdjustableHarvester #AppropriateTechnology

On September 19, 2017, we worked in partnership with National Institute for Palm Oil Research (NIFOR) to organize a forum for palm oil stakeholders to share the results of adopting improved harvesting technology, and link oil palm farmers, harvesters and processors to finance for adopting harvesting technologies.
#PINDFoundation #NigerDelta #NigerDeltaDevelopment #PalmOil #PalmOilValueChain #AppropriateTechnology

Blessing Allen-Adebayo is our Market Development Officer working in the Palm Oil Value Chain.

She was live on 92.7 KU FM @kufmnigeria, Benin, to speak on the importance of improved technology in the Palm oil sector and how we are improving access to finance to enable farmers buy technologies like the Mechanical Adjustable Harvester and the Malaysian Knife.
This was a prelude to a workshop we organized in partnership with National Institute for Palm Oil Research (NIFOR) to disseminate our findings on the adoption and viability of these machines.

#PalmOil #PalmOilValueChain #PINDFoundation #NigerDelta #NigerDeltaDevelopment

We are helping Oil Palm farmers improve their technical skills through the use of innovative technologies through our Palm Oil Value Chain Project.

#PalmOil #PalmOilValueChain #PINDFoundation #NigerDelta

From left to right: James Elekwachi (PIND's Market Development Project Manager), Dr. Dara Akala (PIND's Executive Director) and Dr. Ogho Okiti, CEO of Time Economics, at the Naira Devaluation Dissemination Workshop in Lagos.
PIND and the DFID-funded Market Development Program in the Niger Delta (MADE) collaborated to produce a report on the impact on the recent naira devaluation and import tariffs on agriculture in the Niger Delta.
Read interview with our lead researcher and CEO of Time Economics, Dr. Ogho Okiti in the link in our profile.
#PINDFoundation #NigerDelta #NairaDevaluation #EffectsofNairaDevaluation #AgricultureValueChain #CassavaValueChain #Cassava #PoultryValueChain #Poultry #PalmOil #PalmOilValueChain #Aquaculture #AquacultureValueChain #Interview #BlogPost #Naira

The Small Scale Processing Equipment (SSPE) enables farmers and processors to produce palm oil quantities that are of significant commercial value by improving the process of oil extraction from palm fruits with an increase extraction rate of up to 15%. With this technology, palm oil farmers and processors can better maximize their produce and increase their income.
We can connect you to SSPE fabricators if you are in the Palm Oil business. Just send us an email; info@pindfoundation.org.

#PalmOil #PalmOilValueChain #PINDFoundation #NigerDelta #NigerDeltaDevelopment #PhotooftheDay

Manually processing Oil Palm fruits can be tasking on processors. This is why we have adopted appropriate technologies like the Small Scale Processing Equipment (SSPE) to reduce palm oil processing problems and increase production quantity.
Read more about the SSPE here http://pindfoundation.org/project/small-scale-processing-equipment-sspe/ or by clicking the link in our profile.

#PalmOil #PalmOilValueChain #PalmOilProcessing #PINDFoundation #AppropriateTechnology #SSPE #NigerDelta

#TechTuesday

With improved technology, palm oil processing has become easier and more effective.

Watch the full video here https://youtu.be/5aJH13XAwpQ and learn how modern technology is improving palm oil processing.

#PalmOil #PalmOilProcessing #PalmOilValueChain #PINDFoundation #PINDPrograms #PINDProjects #MediaForDevelopment #AppropriateTechnology

PIND's Partners for Peace (P4P) team organized a sensitization/membership drive program at Umuorinoku, Ogbodi Ukwu, in Umuahia South LGA of Abia state for members of the Abia state P4P chapter on Saturday, July 22, 2017.
While traditionally an event to discuss the benefits of peace in the Niger Delta, P4P went a step further to discuss the economic benefits of being a P4P member.
35 people were trained on the efficacy of peace as a panacae for sustainable development of the community and then shown a demonstration of how the Mechanical Adjustable Harvester works in improving oil palm fruit yields.
Programs like this presents a practical understanding of why peace is important to the economic development in the Niger Delta.

#PINDFoundation #PINDProjects #PINDPrograms #Partners4Peace #P4P #Sensitization #PeaceBuilding #PeaceBuildingProgram #PalmOilValueChain #NigerDelta #NigerDeltaDevelopment #Abia

From our work in the #PalmOilValueChain, we have learned that more women in the Niger Delta readily adopt Best Management Practices (BMP) of oil palm farming than men do. This is in spite of the land ownership problems women face in many areas of the Niger Delta.

Mrs. Helen Olaoye, an oil palm farmer, shares what she has learned from adopting the Best Management Practices PIND taught her about oil palm farming.

Listen to full interview on Facebook at PIND FOUNDATION.

#PINDFoundation #PINDProjects #PINDPrograms #OilPalm #PalmOil #SuccessStory #BestManagementPractice

We signed a memorandum of understanding with the Niger Delta Development Commission (@nddcofficial) on May 24, 2017, to provide technical assistance in identifying, designing and implementing agricultural value chain projects in the Niger Delta. We were excited to have signed the MoU because we believe in the economic development of the Niger Delta and pledge to continue to encourage development in the region.
#PINDFoundation #PINDProjects #PINDPrograms #AquacultureValueChain #CassavaValueChain #PalmOilValueChain #EconomicDevelopment #CapacityBuilding #PeaceBuilding #AnalysisAndAdvocacy #NigerDelta #NDDC

#PINDFoundation, with the National Institute for Oil Palm Research (#NIFOR) helped train 5 local #engineers from the pilot farming cluster in #ImoState in creating the locally-invented Small-Scale Processing Equipment (#SSPE) with an extraction rate of up to 15%. With this #technology, palm oil #farmers and #processors can better maximize their produce and increase their #income. The 15% extraction rate is a significant improvement on the basic processing equipment which has an extraction rate of 11%. by up to 13,500 Naira for each person directly involved in the industry.

#Agriculture #AgricultureValueChain #PalmOil #PalmOilValueChain #appropriatetechnology #PINDPrograms #PINDPrograms

#MondayMotivation:

Ikechukwu Umeaku has been in the #business of dealing #agricultural equipment for more than 18 years. Recently, through a PIND demonstration, Umeaku was introduced to STIHL’s motorized harvester. This new equipment transformed how Umeaku sees #NigerDelta #agriculture and the palm oil value chain.

Umeaku’s engagement with PIND connected him to a  network of #palmoil farmers. He has decided to sell the harvester at cost to minimize the constraints palm farmers face in #financing and adopting the #technology. Now a fervent promoter of the motorized harvester and the results it  produces, Umeaku travels to palm fields to show his #customers how to use the harvester, especially those who remain skeptical of the technology. “Since we started selling we have  not had any problems with customers or any complaints,” Umeaku shared. TEXMACO has now brought in machines to the value of NGN 18 million.

#PINDFoundation #PalmOil #PalmOilValueChain #MechanicalAdjustableHarvester

Did you know we disseminated our Naira devaluation report yesterday (July 6, 2017) to donors, government representatives and the press? The report focused on the #EffectsofNairaDevaluation
on the Aquaculture, Cassava, Palm oil and Poultry value chains in the Niger Delta.
Here are photos of some of the government representatives at the workshop.

In attendance were the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC), Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (FMARD), Ministry of Niger Delta Affairs (MNDA), nigerian Institute of Oil Palm Research (NIFOR) and Ministry of Trade and Investment.

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#PINDFoundation #PINDPrograms #PINDProjects #NigerDelta #Agriculture #AgricultureValueChain #Cassava #CassavaValueChain #Aquaculture #AquacultureValueChain #PalmOil #PalmOilValueChain #Poultry #PoultryValueChain

Q & A session at the #EffectsofNairaDevaluation dissemination workshop happening in Abuja.
The workshop is organized by PIND Foundation and Markets Development in the Niger Delta (MADE). #PINDFoundation #MADENIGERIA #PINDPrograms #PINDProjects #Agriculture #AgricultureValueChain #CassavaValueChain #PalmOilValueChain #AquacultureValueChain #PoultryValueChain #NigerDelta

Dr. Ogho Okiti, author of the report on the #EffectofNairaDevaluation on agricultural value chains in the Niger Delta, making his presentation.

#PINDFoundation #PINDPrograms #PINDProjects #Agriculture #AgricultureValueChain #AquacultureValueChain #PalmOilValueChain #CassavaValueChain #PoultryValueChain

Are you following the conversation around the dissemination of our report on the #EffectofNairaDevaluation on agricultural value chains in the Niger Delta? You can do so on twitter using our handle; @PINDFoundation.

This dissemination workshop is a collaboration between PIND and Markets Development in the Niger Delta (MADE). The first part of the dissemination was to donors in the region. The second part, coming up today (July 6, 2017) at 3pm, will be to the government.

Here are some pictures from the event. Swipe left for more.
#PINDFoundation #PINDPrograms #PINDProjects #Agriculture #AgricultureValueChain #CassavaValueChain #PalmOilValueChain #AquacultureValueChain #PoultryValueChain

Field demonstration on the use of Mechanical Adjustable Harvester which happened yesterday, June 29, 2017, at the Agbarho oil palm cluster in Delta State.

The first picture shows the operator demonstrating the use of the machine, the second picture shows the local climbers trying out the machine.

#PINDFoundation
#PINDPrograms #PINDProjects #PINDTraining #DemonstrationPlot #PalmOil #PalmOilValueChain #Agriculture #AgricultureValueChain #Harvest #Harvesting #NigerDelta #DeltaState #MechanicalAdjustableHarvester #appropriatetechnology 📷: @blessingallenadebayo

@Regrann from @pindfoundation - #PINDPhotooftheDay: Best Management Practices (BMP) Project Field Officer, Mr. Njoku, coaching Madam Regina on proper ways to handle the Mechanical Adjustable Harvester during the on-farm BMP training at Uvbe Cluster in Edo State.
#PINDFoundation #PINDProjects #PINDPrograms #PalmOil #PalmOilValueChain #PalmOilProgramme #MAH #MechanicalAdjustableHarvester #Harvest #Agriculture #AgricultureValueChain - #regrann

@Regrann from @pindfoundation - #PINDPhotooftheDay
Our Executive Director, Dr. Dara Akala speaking at the Solidaridad West Africa Workshop on 'Harnessing the Potentials of Nigeria's Oil Palm Sector: Benefiting from the Lessons and Results of the Sustainable West Palm Oil Programme (SWAPP)'. Dr. Dara spoke about PIND's work with #PalmOilValueChain in the Niger Delta and urged the continuance of some form of the SWAPP project in Nigeria.

SWAPP is a four-year programme funded by the Dutch and is implemented in #Ghana, #Nigeria and #IvoryCoast with focus on increasing the productivity and profitability of #Small to #Medium #Scale #Enterprises in the Palm Oil Sector.
The workshop was a close-out workshop for the Solidaridad SWAPP project and an opportunity to disseminate what they had done in the #PalmOil sector. The event happened at Transcorp Hilton, Abuja on Thursday, May 4, 2017.

#Solidaridad #SWAPP #PalmOilProgramme #WestAfrica #NigerDelta #Nigeria #PINDFoundation #PINDProjects #PINDPrograms - #regrann

@Regrann from @pindfoundation - #PINDPhotooftheDay: Best Management Practices (BMP) Project Field Officer, Mr. Njoku, coaching Madam Regina on proper ways to handle the Mechanical Adjustable Harvester during the on-farm BMP training at Uvbe Cluster in Edo State.
#PINDFoundation #PINDProjects #PINDPrograms #PalmOil #PalmOilValueChain #PalmOilProgramme #MAH #MechanicalAdjustableHarvester #Harvest #Agriculture #AgricultureValueChain

#PINDPhotooftheDay: Best Management Practices (BMP) Project Field Officer, Mr. Njoku, coaching Madam Regina on proper ways to handle the Mechanical Adjustable Harvester during the on-farm BMP training at Uvbe Cluster in Edo State.
#PINDFoundation #PINDProjects #PINDPrograms #PalmOil #PalmOilValueChain #PalmOilProgramme #MAH #MechanicalAdjustableHarvester #Harvest #Agriculture #AgricultureValueChain

#PINDPhotooftheDay
Our Executive Director, Dr. Dara Akala speaking at the Solidaridad West Africa Workshop on 'Harnessing the Potentials of Nigeria's Oil Palm Sector: Benefiting from the Lessons and Results of the Sustainable West Palm Oil Programme (SWAPP)'. Dr. Dara spoke about PIND's work with #PalmOilValueChain in the Niger Delta and urged the continuance of some form of the SWAPP project in Nigeria.

SWAPP is a four-year programme funded by the Dutch and is implemented in #Ghana, #Nigeria and #IvoryCoast with focus on increasing the productivity and profitability of #Small to #Medium #Scale #Enterprises in the Palm Oil Sector.
The workshop was a close-out workshop for the Solidaridad SWAPP project and an opportunity to disseminate what they had done in the #PalmOil sector. The event happened at Transcorp Hilton, Abuja on Thursday, May 4, 2017.

#Solidaridad #SWAPP #PalmOilProgramme #WestAfrica #NigerDelta #Nigeria #PINDFoundation #PINDProjects #PINDPrograms

@Regrann from @pindfoundation - #KnowWhatPINDDoes

One of our core project areas is Economic Development. Under this project, we have the #Aquaculture, #Cassava and #PalmOil Value Chains, the Business Linkages Initiatives and the Appropriate Technology Enabled Development (ATED) project.

Learn more about what we do by clicking the link in our profile.

#PINDFoundation #NigerDelta #AquacultureValueChain #CassavaValueChain #PalmOilValueChain #BusinessLinkages #AppropriateTechnologyEnabledDevelopment #ATED #EconomicDevelopment #PINDProjects #PINDPrograms

#KnowWhatPINDDoes

One of our core project areas is Economic Development. Under this project, we have the #Aquaculture, #Cassava and #PalmOil Value Chains, the Business Linkages Initiatives and the Appropriate Technology Enabled Development (ATED) project.

Learn more about what we do by clicking the link in our profile.

#PINDFoundation #NigerDelta #AquacultureValueChain #CassavaValueChain #PalmOilValueChain #BusinessLinkages #AppropriateTechnologyEnabledDevelopment #ATED #EconomicDevelopment #PINDProjects #PINDPrograms

Many farmers would improve the quality and quantity of their yield if they continually learned evolving agricultural best practices and methods.
This is why we make it our priority to train and retrain farmers in the #NigerDelta on best practices for #CassavaValueChain, #PalmOilValueChain and #AquacultureValueChain.
Visit our website for more information about our economic development programs and projects. http://pindfoundation.org/

#PINDPhotooftheDay;
Palm Oil processors pressing digested Palm Fruit Fibre.
This is a part of processes required for converting Palm oil fruit bunches into edible Palm oil.
We conduct varying researches with the aim of improving the quantity and quality of Palm oil derived from every yield and helping farmers earn more money.
#PalmOil #PalmOilValueChain #ValueChain #Agriculture #AgricultureValueChain

Meet Blessing Allen-Adebayo, our #PalmOil #MarketDevelopment Officer. For the past few weeks, she's been conducting an #economicanalysis of #oilpalm clusters in the #NigerDelta to ascertain their viability, and this has taken her across the region conducting interviews and sharing the PIND models that have worked in several states. This research will help us figure out the needs of these clusters, and what #partnerships would be needed to make them the strong economic powerhouses they can be.

#PalmOilValueChain #EconomicDevelopment #ValueChain

#PINDPartnerships

We partnered with the Nigerian Institute for OilPalm Research (NIFOR) to train palm oil farmers and processors on Improved Processing Technology for better yield. This yield, usually around 11% with traditional processing methods, is increased to 15% when the Improved Processing Technology is used.
What does that mean in terms of profit? Each farmer gets to make about N13,500 more by simply using this technology.
Want to be a part of our trainings? Contact us http://pindfoundation.org/contact-us/ with your enquiries.

#PalmOil #PalmOilValueChain #OilPalm

#PINDPhotooftheDay: A woman holding an oil palm fruit bunch.

This fruit bunch goes through a series of processes which leads to the production of Palm Oil. There are two primary types of palm oil – Technical Palm Oil (TPO) and Special Palm Oil (SPO). The Niger Delta’s 9 states account for roughly 57% of Nigerian palm oil production.

#PalmOil #OilPalm #PalmOilProduction #FreshFruitBunch #PalmOilValueChain #TechnicalPalmOil #SpecialPalmOil #NigerDelta #Nigeria #PhotooftheDay
#POTD

We dedicated this week to our Palm Oil value chain and the Mechanical Adjustable Harvester, an appropriate technology for harvesting ripe oil palm fruit bunch. It makes harvesting safer and easier and it helps oil palm farmers make more money from bigger harvests.

Here is a video explaining how to maintain the Mechanical Adjustable Harvester.
For full video, click https://youtu.be/mHSdS19ZLsg

#AppropriateTechnology #MechanicalAdjustableHarvester #PalmOilValueChain #OilPalm #Harvesting

The Mechanical Adjustable Harvester is an appropriate technology for harvesting ripe oil palm fruit bunch. It makes harvesting easier and eliminates the need to climb oil palm tree. This means fewer risks of accidents and greater harvest yield.

How do you assemble the harvested? Here is a video explaining how.
Watch the full video here https://youtu.be/E5gawLdSQVg
#AppropriateTechnology #MechanicalAdjustableHarvester #PalmOilValueChain #OilPalm #Harvesting

PIND, in partnership with the Nigerian Institute for Oil Palm Research (NIFOR), facilitated the training of local fabricators in ‘Digester Screw Press’ technology. The screw press ensures a higher yield of palm oil for improved efficiency and greater income for the processors.
Watch the video for more.

https://youtu.be/5aJH13XAwpQ

#PalmOilValueChain #PalmOil #NigerDelta #NIFOR #PalmOilProduction

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