The Government of Netherlands has disclosed plans to mobilise six million Euros worth of private investment into Nigeria’s vegetable value chain to increase access to finance for farmers, traders, processors and SMEs.
The Ambassador of the Netherlands to Nigeria, Harry Van Dijk, who disclosed this, yesterday, during the launch of the Horti Nigeria Project in Abuja, said the focus of the project is to boost vegetable production for the domestic market and make it more sustainable.
According to him, the Horti Nigeria project has four components and they include mobilising investment into the horticulture sub-sector, increasing production of 60,000 smallholder farmers in Kano and Kaduna…
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