Transform small producers into BIG business by 2050
43% of Agriculture labor force in developing countries are women.
85% of small holders farmer have less than 2 hectres of land
Average person is 1 to 3 generations from farming families
Nigeria's Agricultural champions of change...
At the Invitation of the National Centre for Women Development (NCWD), AgroBiz visited Abuja, Nigeria. The Centre is charged with the mandate for gender training & capacity building, research, and documentation in addition to addressing the concerns of Nigerian Women as a non political not-for profit-organization under the Federal Ministry of Women's Affair & Social Development. NCWD organized a "Stakeholders Meeting on Empowering Women Farms" on October 6, 2017.
The stakeholders engagement was intended to offer knowledge and technology transfer by empowering female farmers both local and commercial to increase income, develop a state of rural livelihood and contribute to ensuring food security with designated cash crops.
Barrister Mary Ekpere-Eta, NCWD Director General &
Chief Audu Ogbeh, Nigeria's Minister of Agriculture
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Our program visits land-grant universities in the United States. The universities are committed in improving the standard of living of farmers through teaching, research, and extension serving the needs of non-served and under-served, limited-resource farmers and rural agribusiness throughout the world. The Agricultural Program is designed to offer knowledge and technology transfer, provide solutions confronting agricultural productivity and profitability and is supported by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).