The International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) said it has directly invested $459million in Nigeria’s Agricultural sector through domestic and international co-financings.
She disclosed that the donor agency is currently funding two major projects in the country including the Value Chain Development Program (VCDP) in the central part of Nigeria and the Livelihood Improvement Family Enterprise Program (LIFE-ND) in the Niger Delta region as well as the Climate Change Adaptation and Agribusiness Support Program (CASP) in the North.
Ekoue stated that the Special Agro-Industrial Processing zone (SAPZ) to be implemented in Kano and Ogun state will soon commence.
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