ENABLE-TAAT launches demo fields at 12 NYSC Orientation camps

In line with its objective to provide agribusiness support to youth, ENABLE-TAAT has established agribusiness demonstration farms at 12 orientation camps of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), Nigeria. This initiative was a response to the call of the youth whose interest was stimulated after benefiting from the compact’s agribusiness sensitization in March, May, August […]

ENABLE-TAAT beneficiaries successfully launch new enterprise

In Abuja, 20 youth participating in the ENABLE-TAAT agribusiness park have launched a fish production and processing enterprise. This comes after the youth received agricultural input from the compact. The youth had participated in ENABLE-TAAT aquaculture incubation program from January to February, comprising of catfish production and processing modules. After the training program, the beneficiaries[…..]

ENABLE-TAAT presents ‘modern agribusiness’ to Awe youth and farmers

One of the objectives of ENABLE-TAAT is to reach out to farming communities to demonstrate modern agricultural technologies that are available, so that indigenes can imbibe them to improve their livelihood and well-being. Thus, on 27 April, ENABLE-TAAT hosted Awe community and neighboring villages in an Open Day event that took place at Oyo state-IITA[…..]

STEP-OYO PROJECT NOW OPERATES IN 6 SCHOOLS

STEP-Oyo project commenced on August 19, 2020 and operates in 6 schools in Oyo state, for the period of three years involving three conservative phases. The first phase involves delivering of agribusiness training to the students in two schools; Bishop Philips Academy (BPA) and Methodist High schools (MHS) which are both in the state’s capital,[…..]

Sensitizing Nigerian youth on the opportunities in agribusiness

ENABLE-TAAT is conducting sensitization programs at 11 National Youth Service Corp (NYSC) Orientation Camps in Nigeria. Nigeria’s NYSC scheme is a one-year mandatory program for graduates in Nigeria established in 1973 to reconstruct, reconcile, and rebuild the country after the Nigerian Civil War. The purpose of the scheme is primarily to inculcate in Nigerian youth[…..]