IFAD Agrihub Nigeria


Agrihub Trove Vol 6

The word and concept of agribusiness were developed from two words – agriculture and business. Agriculture is described as the practice of cultivating crops, rearing animals, and other related activities; while business refers to a unit that aims at meeting the needs and wants of customers at prices that will provide an adequate return to the owners.

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Agrihub Trove Vol 5

The world is facing a food insecurity crisis, and there is need for contingent and actionable measures to avert the looming crisis. Today, the world is confronted by the simultaneous dilemma of conserving natural ecosystems and meeting socioeconomic needs of a rapidly growing global population.

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Agrihub Trove Vol 4


The importance of networking was not understood until I went to Ogunpa market, spoke to a well-known agro-dealer I had met at a farmers’ field day a few months ago, and had a 15-minute conversation with him about delivering an order worth about 2 million naira on credit and getting paid after two weeks, he agreed instantly.

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Agrihub Trove Vol 3

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Mentoring is a learning process where helpful, personal, and reciprocal relationships are built while focusing on the desired achievements and providing emotional support”, (A. T. Wong and Kalyani Premkumar, 2007).

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Agrihub Trove Vol 2


Rural communities in Nigeria are synonymous with high agricultural productivity. The majority of agricultural commodities are produced in the nooks and crannies of rural communities with the active participation of every household member.

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Agrihub Trove Vol 1

Financial inclusion can be described as a process that enables individuals and businesses have access to financial services. Individuals and businesses alike have access to useful and affordable financial products and services that meet their needs.

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