• 44 Ramat Street G.R.A. Maiduguri. Borno, Nigeria.
  • +234 (0) 803 618 8344
  • 44 Ramat Street G.R.A. Maiduguri. Borno, Nigeria.
  • +234 (0) 803 618 8344

Planned Projects

Agricultural practices are the mainstay of the people. Thus the Foundation plans a robust Business Development Service for small holders farmers will be very significant in empowering the widows and provide a means of livelihood and sustenance.

The Agriculture Project for the widows will be driven by the need to engage the services of an Agricultural Consulting firm to design plans and strategies to deal with aspects of Business Development Services for smallholder farmers

Building sustainable livelihoods

Since farming and general agricultural practice are the mainstay of the peoples’ practice and means of livelihoods, it is important that the opportunities in the sector are fully harnessed for maximum gains.

The clusters of support services will make them succeed in their endeavours with the objectives of reducing poverty, creating wealth, generating jobs and contributing to growing the rural economy. These activities can be found in the following:

 

    • Advocacy, advisory service and general programme orientation
    • Organisation of beneficiaries into Groups of cooperatives in the advent of grants and subsidies
    • Capacity building on cooperative society management
    • Needs analysis of each cooperative society
    • Cluster and value chain development
    • Feasibility studies, action planning and implementation plan
    • Counseling and mentoring
    • Capacity building, entrepreneurship training and business management
    • Financial literacy, accountancy and bookkeeping
    • Linkages to financial services
    • Cluster and value chain development
    • Linkage to highbred seedlings and input suppliers
    • Facilitating establishment of bulk buying groups
    • Information on input supply sources, etc.
    • Facilitating suppliers’ credit
    • Equipment leasing and rental for land preparation and harvest
    • Access to herbicides and other inputs
    • Ensuring compliance to farming practices
    • Quality assurance programmes
    • Harvesting best practices
    • Cluster and Value Chain Development
    • Produce branding, design and packaging
    • Storage and warehousing
    • Market research, information development and linkages
    • Quality assurances programmes
    • Produce processing and value addition
    • Marketing and Export
    • Transport and Delivery
    • Business incubators
    • Linkage to technology transfer/ commercialization
    • Social entrepreneurship

We believe that by creating sustainable livelihoods to the eradication of poverty amongst the target group – widows by developing a practical development approach of creating BIG ideas for agrarian and peasant population that shoulders the burden of sustenance left behind by their husbands as a result of the conflict.

The Foundation realized the need for support and partnership. Thus, we will develop a framework for increasing grants and funding within the target stakeholders and partners.

Our Impact

$450,000

SUPPORT GIVEN

950,000

MEALS SERVED

17,000

CHILDREN EDUCATED

100,000

HEALTH CARE GIVEN

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