LeMeheux aggressively examines the causes of “under-development” while passionately and scientifically investigating youth unemployment, education modernization, poverty, exclusion, conflict, integrated approaches to rural development, protection of resources, illiteracy, tribal/cultural bias, poor governance, peace-buidling, gender issues, socio-economic challenges, especially community development and community organization on the local, national and global levels. It also evaluates and assesses various sectors of national economies, especially social sectors. It investigates methods of obtaining sustainable food production and food security.

Dr David Akibo-Betts

Dr David Akibo-Betts is an eminent agricultural/Environmental Biologist who also has a degree in biological sciences and certification in advanced methods of agricultural experimentation. He is also certified in IT, computer programming and project management. He has considerable hands-on field and laboratory experience in breeding cereals for resistances to viruses, fungi, bacteria and insects, planning and conducting agricultural research on biological control of mealybugs and postharvest technologies. His areas of specialty are project management and food security in Africa, where he has either worked or conducted studies in 14 countries including Libya in North Africa, Sierra Leone Ghana and Nigeria in West Africa and the Central African Republic, Burundi,
Kenya, Tanzania, Malawi, Zimbabwe, Mozambique and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Dr. Akibo-Betts has held significant positions including Senior Scientist, Regional Coordinator and Supply Officer with highly reputable international organizations including the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) in Nigeria, the Sasakawa Africa Association (SAA) in Japan and the United Nations Organization in New York, USA.Dr. Akibo Betts has been a consultant to the World Bank and UNESCO.