Two Nigerian entrepreneurs (former students of the University of Ibadan) and three research students from the Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands, have developed a mobile software application to help dairy farmers perform better. Named the \u2018mDairy App\u2019 according to the company\u2019s spokesperson and Executive Director, Corporate Affairs, Mrs. Ore Famurewa, the effort is being made in partnership with FrieslandCampina WAMCO. \u201cThe three students from the Delft University of Technology and the mDairy app co-founders are collaborating to support local dairy farmers at our different Dairy Development Programme (DDP) sites,\u201d Famurewa said. The Dutch students are Margot Ridderikhoff, Jaap Dechering, and Betsie Loeffen while the mDairy\u2019s co-founders are Oyewale Abioye and Gbadegesin Alawode. In 2017, FrieslandCampina WAMCO partnered with the Dutch-Nigerian Students Business Challenge, an initiative of the Dutch Foreign Affairs Ministry and sponsored by corporations mainly of Dutch origin. The initiative aims to address challenges in Nigeria\u2019s health, energy and food sectors. Having successfully completed and presented relevant business solutions, a new team of three students attached to FrieslandCampina WAMCO came to Nigeria recently to join Oyewale and Gbadegesin in order to deploy mDairy App, which DDP farmers can use with little or no challenge. To ensure that all farmers from various socioeconomic backgrounds are integrated, the team is also developing an interactive voice message service that would facilitate easy access. \u201cThe mDairy app once deployed is designed to serve as one-stop-shop for DDP farmers\u2019 information needs\u201d Famurewa explained.