Author Archives: Bailiff Africa

System of Root (or Rice) Intensification: The Tales of Miracle Harvests – By Bunmi Ajilore

By Bunmi Ajilore. Nalanda district, an agricultural village in Bihar, India’s poorest state, was until recent times a placid, quiet village with no electricity and a place where farmers still favour animal power for ploughing…

We’ve Extended the Deadline to Join Our Dynamic Team! Apply for the Position of Executive Secretary.

Got what it takes? Join our dynamic team as the Executive Secretary. Bailiff Africa is the voice of everything ‘green’, ‘environment’ and ‘sustainable development’ in Africa. We publish a diversity of articles, essays, news, films, documentaries…

The Burden of #OilSpill; the Niger Delta and the Rest of Us – By Wale Bakare

By Wake Bakare. The challenges of managing oil spills globally has been a huge onus on government and the multinational companies to muddle through in recent times . Oil spillage occurs in nearly every oil producing country.…

Remediation of Lead-Poisoned Bagega Community Begins After 2 Years.

On February 11, 2013, remediation (environmental clean-up) of the lead poisoned Bagega (with a population of about 7,535 where 1,500 children awaits urgent treatment for lead poisoning) in Zamfara, Northern Nigeria commenced. Bagega has been awaiting remediation since…