Agric Business School is initiative of CYPLP that is intended to create jobs through Agriculture to youths and women. It is aimed at leveraging on Agricultural Value Chain and market linkages to make farming attractive to young people through the power of ICT.
It is a fulcrum to solving and resolving youth unemployment and for women empowerment. The initiative attempt is to make agriculture more attractive to very high esteem number of young people in Nigeria and across Africa.
The initiative intends to create Agric Clubs at primary, secondary and tetiary schools. Agric Business School holds the key to bridging knowledge gap among small scale farmers to make them more productive and enterprising through technology and innovations.
It is a platform for succor to small holder farmers grappling with challenges, such as low yields, natural resources degradation, lack of access to information, data and resources; can attend Farmers Business School to hone their skills. The school is brought to grassroot farmers at farms and is accessible online and offline, with resources on best ways to acquire farm inputs and distribute the outputs to maximize profit.
We are for farmers that are cut off from access to training and so, lack knowledge of the techniques that would help them maximize their income.
We strongly believe that if we use Agricultural Value Chain, that we can address and solve almost all the social problems in Nigeria and in Africa. From violent extremism to drug abuse, Migration to trafficking, unemployment to prostitution etc.
We believe in the power of technology in synergy with Agric can change our world for food sovereignty. That if small farmers are make to improve their practices, given access to better quality seeds, training and fertilizers, they could significantly increase their yields. And that is why we are here to help.
To help small scale farmers in hard to reach locations.
( Farm Produce Sellers + Farm Produce Buyers)
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Click and fill the form here (Farm Produce Buyer)