Kenneth Okonwo is a Sustainable Best Agriculture Practices Expert with over 3 years experience working on developmental projects that focus on Food Security, Poverty alleviation and improvement of livelihoods of smallholder farmers in Africa.
Kenneth has worked on various international and local agricultural development projects that fosters the development and growth of small scale farming businesses in rural communities through provision of advanced agricultural extension services.
He is a Volunteer at protectozone sustainable livelihoods initiative through which he has trained and empowered over 3,00 women, youths, and children with sustainable, innovative and climate smart agricultural practices.
Kenneth is a United States Consulate Carrington Youth fellow, a ONE champion at one.org, a TEDx Johannesburg Fellow, a TFF Ambassador in Nigeria and a participant of the Young Innovation Leaders Fellowship.
He holds a Bachelors Degree in Agricultural Technology from the Federal University of Technology, Owerri and a Mini-MBA Certificate from Pan-Atlantic University (Lagos Business School).
Kenneth is passionate about food security and he is committed to ensuring a hunger free world.