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One Home, One Farmer / CHARITY ARTS EXHIBITION FOR AGRICULTURAL ADVOCACY

ONE HOME, ONE FARMER, an Art-for-socioagricultural change initiative, is a photography and poetry charity exhibition that commemorates United Nations-recognised World Food Day in Nigeria with contributions from renowned poets and artists like Tade Ipadeola, Uche James Iroha, Yusuf Durodola, Ademola Ajayi, and Rufus Ashiru. It was instituted to drive home the awareness and advocate for subsistence agriculture and possibly encourage every full-blooded Nigerian family to devote a portion of their homes, no matter how little into planting food crops.
Sales of pictures are still on-going which will fund Food banks in Nigeria, thus reducing hunger.

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Poeticmines International

Poeticmines International
Decatur, United States

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Poeticmines International

Poeticmines International
Lagos, Nigeria