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What to know about Agricultural Investment in Nigeria

Agricultural investment in Nigeria over the years has seen an upward trend due to the relevance of the sector in…

ETHNIC WARS: A THREAT TO THE NATION’S FOOD SECURITY

A major internal threat to Nigeria’s food security is the farmers-herdsmen clash which primarily stems from rising disputes over grazing…

AFRICAN AGRIBUSINESS: THE FUTURE OF JOBS FOR YOUTHS AND WOMEN IN AFRICA (AAIN CONFERENCE&EXPO).

           The African Agribusiness Incubation Network (AAIN) Conference & Expo which held on 7th-9th March, 2018…

PITCH AGRIHACK! WEST AFRICA 2017

E-FARMS, 2017/2018 WINNER OF THE EARLY STAGE CATEGORY At the 2017 West Africa Pitch Agrihack competition held on the 4th-8th…

AFRICAN AGRICULTURE IN THE 21ST CENTURY

Agriculture in Africa accounts for 25 per cent GDP and 70 per cent of her employment ratio. In the early…

Tackling Graduate Unemployment

Unemployment and underemployment have been on the rise in Nigeria. On Wednesday August 31 2016, the Nigerian Bureau of Statistics…

Reducing post harvest losses through market linkages

Post-harvest losses and wastage in Africa is at an all-time high, 40-60% annually, and there is less total output per…

Creating an effective produce demand-supply cycle in Nigeria

Several farmers find it difficult to sell their produce, leading to post harvest losses and wastage. According to Alliance for…

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