ReMI Farms Sustainable Soyabeans Projet for the Youth

ReMI Farms, a subsidiary of Rescue Mission International (ReMI) together with its associates/partners is currently receiving applications from young men and women who have an interest in Soyabean production.

The project is aimed at supporting youngsters (graduates and non-graduates), and the disabled across the five (5) Northern Regions with seeds and all other inputs which will ease their burden of going into commercial production.

Also, beneficiaries will be given all-time best agronomic practice training to help them maximize their yield. Threshers shall also be made available during harvest just so, beneficiaries will harvest on time and not face pre-harvest losses.

Click on the link below for more information and to also register

Applications are open until 28th February, 2022


Congratulations, Mr. Ibrahim Tuzee Abdul-Raheem

The entire team at Rescue Mission International wish to extend our heartfelt congratulatory message to Mr. Ibrahim Tuzee Abdul-Raheem, who is one of our hardworking Co-Founders and the head of the Climate Change and Sustainable Development unit for making it to the thirty-six (36) member list of the Atlas Scholars Virtual Leadership Institute-Cohort #6. We are proud of you sir.




Kindly note that Rescue Mission International (RMI) will soon be hosting its maiden edition of a business Seminar on the theme: “Re-Examining the Role of Green Entrepreneurship in Job Creation: The African Post-COVID Expectations.”


  1. Green Entrepreneurship and Higher Educational Institutions: the Disconnection and Numerous Connections.
  2. Taking Advantage of Global Green Entrepreneurship Opportunities
  3. The Role of Governments and Local Communities in Rolling back Challenges Confronting Green Entrepreneur.

NB: Applications for participation will be opened soon.