“Our ultimate vision is to feed the world, but that has to start with feeding our campus, community, state, country, then region. In five years, Landmark University will be a leader in proactive engagement of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), our agrarian agenda will be well developed, and we will be competing with prestigious global institutions.”
Africa’s 1.3 billion population is expected to double by 2050. In 30 years, the continent could be home to a quarter of the world’s population. While the rapid population growth rate raises concerns about Africa’s socio-economic growth and stability prospects, it also presents transformative opportunities.
We have adopted very entrepreneurial programs that push students to not just train for already available jobs and existing businesses, but to also think of starting their own. All indications point to a future that is going to be very IT dominated and entrepreneurial. We, therefore, offer programs that have a business focus and in-depth knowledge of ICT. We are led by current market trends that define an excellent graduate as one that can invent, innovate and create. That market definition helps us shape our programs so that we put out graduates that are well equipped for the challenges out there.
As a developing country, we have been taking care of our food needs through mostly subsistence farming. The use of rudimentary tools to plough the land has been the norm. We are confronted with the question of how much acreage of land can one plough with these tools to produce enough for the country. Mechanization, therefore, has to be part of our agenda. We have to make the transition from H.T.T (How to Technology) to E.P.T (Engine Powered Technology). The adoption of technology and mechanization will see us rapidly increase the acreage of our food production