In 2003, African Heads of State, including Nigeria, signed to an agreement which proposes that each state must invest 10% of their Nation’s budget to agriculture. The Nigerian proposed 2016 budget gives 1.26% of her nation’s budget to agriculture which shows a huge gap exists.
NANTS therefore in collaboration with Oxfam conducted a workshop to have farmers enlightened on the 2016 budget and how they can contribute to making changes to induce more investments in agriculture. Farmers’ had their capacity built on what obtains with the budget and what it should be.
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NANTS famers validation on the budget and NANTS TY Danjuma rice project
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