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Join the Global YPARD Café in Nigeria

YPARD Nigeria is looking forward to hosting Agripreneurs within the next few days in Kano, Oyo and Abia States, Nigeria representing the Northern, Southern and Eastern Regions respectively. Starting from Wednesday 9th, 2020 (Northern and Eastern region) and Saturday 12th December 2020 (southwest region) through the Global YPARD Cafe event Nigeria's Chapter of the Young Professional for Agricultural Development will take... More

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Africa on the path of agricultural renaissance

Low agricultural yield is one of the many factors that have hampered Africa from reaching its potential with regards to agriculture. In spite of its vast array of arable land thus about 60% of the world’s uncultivated arable land, staple crop yields in Africa, for example, have barely grown in the last twenty-five years, and remain the lowest of any region... More

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Promoting youth agripreneurship in Africa

The recent discussion on issues pertaining to food security and adequate nutrition proves to be very important as it has a bearing on human survival. It has become increasingly important as food security and nutrition security are essential aspects of the development goals aimed at sustainable, social, economic and human development. But did you know? … eight hundred million people still... More

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The future of agriculture in Nigeria

MFK Fisher once said, “First we eat, and then we do everything else.” Let me tell you about the power of doing business with food and agriculture in Africa. There are a few things you could go without for a week or even a month, right? Not food and water because without these, it would be plain impossible for humans to... More

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Me and the 'wonder crop'

Nigeria cultivates a large array of food and cash crops among which rice has emerged as the fastest growing sub-sector and a popular staple food, especially for urban dwellers. Rice is cultivated in virtually all of Nigeria’s agro-ecological zones. These versatile attributes make it a unique crop with various potentials for enhancing productivity, thus this had made rice to be specially... More

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