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Fadama empowers 350 entrepreneurs with starter packs in Niger

The Fadama III Additional Financing (AF) has empowered 350 entrepreneurs with start packs in Niger.

Fadama III project funds 280 hectares of rice farms in Edo

The Edo Fadama III project office says that it has funded the cultivation of additional 280 hectares of rice in Edo South Senatorial District for the 2018 planting season.

FADAMA III trains farmers in Kogi on new farming technology

The FADAMA III Additional Financing (AFII) programme has started training farmers in Kogi on how to use simple farming technology to boost agriculture.

FADAMA III trains 300 youths, women in Jigawa

The FADAMA III Project in Jigawa has trained 300 youths and women in agricultural entrepreneurship, as part of efforts to boost food production in the state.

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