Boko Haram: Displaced women turn to cashew in Abuja, and are ‘making it’
The women at the Abuja IDP camp say they have found a new means of livelihood.
SPECIAL REPORT: Inside the world of Nigeria’s financially excluded farmers
Many farmers across Nigeria are unbanked. They share their stories in this special report.
SPECIAL REPORT: How Nigerian farmers grow apples locally amidst ‘harsh’ weather
Nigeria spent about $29.7 million to import apples in 2018, to rank 47th largest importer in the world.
LIVE UPDATE: Policymakers, farmers, others gather for agriculture symposium
The President of the African Development Bank, AFDB, Akinwunmi Adesina, will be highlight speaker at the event.
ANALYSIS: Transforming Fertiliser Distribution: Notore’s Delivery Revolution
“We’re beginning to make real progress in terms of domestic fertiliser use.
INVESTIGATION: How latest Mambilla Plateau violence unfolded; leaving deaths, destruction
The violent conflict that pitted two ethnic groups last June was only the latest in a history of inter-ethnic tension that frequently erupts into mass killings.
SPECIAL REPORT: How new farming initiative is transforming lives in Nasarawa community
“Because of this farm, we can now eat and take care of our family.”