Marcos Moreu Badia, a visiting scientist from the ExCites Group, Department of Geography, University College London (UCL), was deployed to support provide support decision technique tool to farmers on Extreme Citizen Science (ECSAgri) Project in collaboration with Environmental and Economic Resource Centre (EERC) at the Nigeria office. My visit has afforded him opportunities to gaining a better insight to adaption of digital tools in smallholder farming systems, especially among the rural communities. His experience coming to Nigeria, and working with African Scientists and rural farmers has been a wonderful one with series of learning moments.
Earlier in the year, two National Youth Service Corps members joined the organization as Volunteers and part of the EERC team. They each had an interview and shared their opinions on their roles and contribution to EERC;
Miss Adedoyin Adeleke, a graduate of Political Science from Ekiti State University, Ekiti state, Nigeria. A national volunteer at Environmental and Economic Resource Centre (EERC) at the Nigeria office, presently attached to the administrative unit where she provides support in managing the organization social media platform. She joined EERC in about 3 months ago and she has had opportunities learning a great deal from colleagues across the different units of the organization. She has had series of educative and capacity building moments from existing programs within the organization.” I am proud to be here and grateful for all the support received so far.”
Miss Helen Onileimo, a graduate of International Relations from Kings University, Osun state, Nigeria. A national volunteer at Environmental and Economic Resource Center [EERC] at the Nigeria office and she is currently attached to the communication units where she provides support in communicating the objectives and activities of the organization to the target audience.
Since her engagement in April 2021,” I could boldly say that I am privileged to be part of Nigeria team having learnt so much from across different units”. No doubt EERC is committed to building skills and capacity of young individuals.
Head Office – NEW
Address: 1, Iporo Community, Opposite Elepa junction, Abeokuta-Ibadan Road, Abeokuta, Ogun state, Nigeria.
Head Office – OLD
Address: EERC Building, Opposite FUNAAB Alabata Road, Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria.
Regional Office – Southern Africa
P.O Box: 1024, Zomba, Malawi
Address: 4 miles, along M1 Road to Blantyre, Zomba, Malawi.