The programme, according to the organisers, is aimed at assisting 10,000 smallholder farmers cultivating rice, maize, and soybean within Kebbi, Cross River, and Benue States, which it described as focal areas for the trade hub in Nigeria, whose work aligns with and supports the mission of the U.S. government’s ‘Feed the Future’ initiative.
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