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We started the farm as a training facility for small business opportunities to provide self-sustenance in Africa, particularly for women. We quickly realized the dire need for quality livestock for the indigenes. The population growth rate of Africa is the highest among the world continents, whereas growth in other continents are static or in declining stage. Dios Farm evolved to contribute in meeting the need of the most populous country in Africa and beyond.
We employ our training method which focuses on reproducible healthy and quality livestock for family consumption.
The integrated farm includes turkey, chicken (broilers and layers), eggs, fish, and sheep.
Nutritional value of catfish goes beyond your family’s protein needs, it includes quality Omega 3, healthy fats, and it boosts your vitamins.
Chicken feeds on yellow corn, just like home-raised
Dios sheep graze in a natural setting
Dr. Francesca Fajinmi earned her Doctorate in the United States of America, in Business Administration focusing on International Business; with her masters/bachelor in Business and Accountancy. She has over 25 years of Corporate America experience in major organizations such as Unilever, Nestlé, Fox, CB Richard Ellis, Siemens, Nissin, and Esterline. She has decades of experience as the Head of Finance for multiple countries. As CEO of Dios Farms, her vision in Nigeria, is to be the innovative leader in the production of livestock for food enjoyment.
She is passionate about education, training, and empowering others for excellence. She has led mission outreaches to Belize, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, Mexico, and many parts of the world. She founded and hosts international Academic Excellence program in Los Angeles, where academicians with doctorates in varying fields, C-level practitioners, and experts congregate to motivate youths and future experts. She also mentors aspiring entrepreneurs through various foundations worldwide.
Dr. Francesca Fajinmi can be reached via email at email@example.com.
To be an innovative leader in the production of livestock for food enjoyment, while empowering women, and alleviating hunger.