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Nous avons connu l'amour, en ce qu'il a donné sa vie pour nous; nous aussi, nous devons donner notre vie pour les frères.
“Give a man a fish; you have fed him for today. Teach a man to fish; and you have fed him for a lifetime”

Our Institute provide the following: 

•Affordability and availability of common foodstuff for local and regional populations. 
•Availability of cheapest sources of proteins 
•Employment for the local population 
•Exports earnings for the country 
•Benefits for Africa in term of taxes and revenues 
•Benefits for other investors 

Specific objectives

The various  project of our schools  aim at cultivating on 165,000 hectares of land and to harvest:

- More than 1,800,000 tons of paddy rice
- More than 750,000 tons of soybean grains 

The sorghum harvested, added to soybean meal and industrial by-products will serve to elaborate animal feed for: 

- Fattening 300,000 cattle per year
 - Farming 15,000,000 broilers
- Farming 240,000 tons of fish 

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Our Goals and Values 

As a member of the Christian Education Learning Center, the Iowa Agribusiness Association and the World Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Group, JJK  Agribusiness Institute has two overarching goals:
End extreme poverty by 2030 in Africa.
Boost shared prosperity—in every Developing Country in Africa.

Our commitment to alleviating poverty and creating opportunity is reflected in our values:
In everything we do, we seek to achieve the things that few others are able or inclined to. This is our brand value proposition:

Innovation: JJK plan to innovate and to strengthen the private sector of Agribusiness development wherever it’s needed most.

Influence: As one of the African and International largest private Agribusiness Educational institution we plan to focus on the private sector, JJK will plays a significant role in influencing the course of private and public sector  of Agribusiness development.

Demonstration: We plan on setting a good example—of demonstrating the rewards of investing  in Students especially the area of Agribusiness and challenging markets.

Impact: We will go wherever we are needed most, and deploy our resources and our students expertise wherever they will achieve the greatest impact

10000 Christian Medical Doctors and Engineers to be trained each year for the African Continent
Importance of Entrepreneurship Education

Entrepreneurship is a key driver of our economy. Wealth and a high majority of jobs are created by small businesses started by entrepreneurially minded individuals, many of whom go on to create big businesses. People exposed to entrepreneurship frequently express that they have more opportunity to exercise creative freedoms, higher self esteem, and an overall greater sense of control over their own lives. As a result, many experienced business people political leaders, economists, and educators believe that fostering a robust entrepreneurial culture will maximize individual and collective economic and social success on a local, national, and global scale. It is with this in mind that the National Standards for Entrepreneurship Education were developed: to prepare youth and adults to succeed in an entrepreneurial economy.

Entrepreneurship education is a lifelong learning process, starting as early as elementary school and progressing through all levels of education, including adult education. The Standards and their supporting Performance Indicators are a framework for teachers to use in building appropriate objectives, learning activities, and assessments for their target audience. Using this framework, students will have: progressively more challenging educational activities; experiences that will enable them to develop the insight needed to discover and create entrepreneurial opportunities; and the expertise to successfully start and manage their own businesses to take advantage of these opportunities.

Benefit of Entrepreneurship Education for Africa Dream

The Consortium for Entrepreneurship Education -sponsored Think Tank recently worked on group consensus about the different outcomes for entrepreneurship programs at various levels of education. 

The Think Tank is a voluntary "future thinking" group composed of a wide selection of educators who are practitioners in a variety of settings, educational levels, and locations throughout the US and beyond. While the results are not based on formal scientific research, they are provided here for the purposes of discussion and orientation to the concepts underlying the National Content Standards for Entrepreneurship Education.

Benefits to Elementary Students 
Increased attendance
•Higher academic achievement
◦Standardized Tests
◦Pre & Post Tests
•Fewer discipline referrals
•Increased sense of "locus of control" 
•Awareness of career and entrepreneurial options
•Acquire basic economic understanding
•Acquire basic financial concepts
•Define entrepreneurs' contribution to society
•Use opportunity recognition/ problem solving skills
•Explore ethics issues
•Consider steps in business start-up

Benefits to Middle School Students
 •Continue on to high school
•Improved academic skills - 4 Rs
•Experience entrepreneurship across the curriculum
•Increased self-esteem and respect
•Increased number of students identifying entrepreneurship as a career choice
•Heightened awareness of the role of entrepreneurs
•Encourage risk-taking & learning from failure
•Learn to identify and recognize opportunities
•Decrease in teen pregnancies and substance abuse
•Improved economic literacy and understanding of capitalism
•Improved financial literacy
•Develop workplace literacy
•Understand entrepreneurship process/ business plan
•Become an educated, empowered consumer
•Learn about opportunity cost
•Embrace diversity/ socialization skills
•Demonstrate conflict resolution/ negotiation/ sales-marketing/ persuasion skills
•Learn how entrepreneurs give back
•Learn how to make money
•Recognize the contributions of entrepreneurs (they started small)
•Foster and value idea generation

.Benefits to High School Students 

•Creation of entrepreneurial thinkers who also have the skills and tools to start their own businesses.
•Write a business plan
•Apply economic principles
•Determine individual entrepreneurial interests
•Apply basic marketing skills
•Use strategies for idea generation
•Assess feasibility of ideas
•Manage risk
•Identify legitimate sources of capital
•Evaluate ownership structures
•Translate problems into opportunities
•Apply principles of human relations management
•Speak "business" & "entrepreneurship"
•Apply basic accounting principles
•Engage in ethical business practices
•Demonstrate financial management

Benefits to Post-Secondary and Adult Students

  •Demonstrate skills in business startup
•Demonstrate skills in maintaining business longevity
•Demonstrate knowledge of business closings versus failure
•Ability to find next level of training or access other resources and services
•Demonstrate business management/ operation skills
•Use components of a business plan
•Determine impact on unemployment 
•Changed attitude toward entrepreneurship as a means of making a living
•Changes in personal and career attitudes including
◦Ability to control one's own life
◦Self awareness
◦Self management/ personality responsibility
◦Transfer of learning
◦Interpersonal communications
◦Problem solving

Overall Entrepreneurship program and education in Africa

As can be seen, Entrepreneurship education can positively impact a learner at all levels in a wide number of contexts. This may explain why there are such a wide variety of entrepreneurship education programs, all of which can provide important outcomes at various stages of a learner's life. As supporters of entrepreneurship education the Consortium for Entrepreneurship Education applauds the great diversity of programs that fall under the framework of the National Standards for Entrepreneurship Education.