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ARMTI LAUDS FG ON VOCATIONAL TRAINING FUNDING FOR WOMEN

The Executive Director of Agricultural and Rural Management Training Institute (ARMTI), Ilorin, Dr. Olufemi Oladunni has lauded the Federal Government for its sustained interest and funding of vocational training for women and youths in Nigeria. Oladunni in a chat with reporters yesterday in Ilorin, the Kwara State capital, said the world over, women Continue Reading
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AVIAGEN, CHI FARMS LIST SECRETS OF BREEDING, CHICKEN PRODUCTION

Cleaning and disinfection of farms; heating 24 hours before chicks’ arrival; even distribution of temperature, ventilation; enough feeding and drinking space; proper liter covering and adequate lighting are some of the critical steps a farmer must ensure to succeed in poultry breeding and farming. These were disclosed by Dr Richard Beevis, Technical Manager of Aviagen, Continue Reading
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NIGER DELTA EX-MILITANTS BEGIN AGRIC ENTERPRISE TRAINING IN ABIA

About 150 former Niger Delta ex-militants/agitators have commenced one month training on agricultural enterprise in Umuahia, Abia State capital, under the Presidential Amnesty Programme of the Federal Government. The Abia State Agricultural Development Programme (ADP) in collaboration with Fadmobat Investment Ltd is conducting the training, which is the second to be Continue Reading
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DEVELOPING HUMAN CAPACITY VIA PRACTICALS AT UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN

There have been serious concerns on the growing number of unemployable graduates churned out by Nigerian universities and other higher institutions of learning. It is imperative, therefore, to redesign the educational programmes with graduate skill sets that could ensure self-employment and sustenance after school. This situation will provide economic, social and Continue Reading
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IITA, CRS TRAIN EXTENSION SERVICE PROVIDERS IN BENUE

No fewer than 35 extension service providers have been trained on weed management in cassava farming systems. The training, which was organized by the IITA-managed Cassava Weed Management Project in collaboration with the Building an Economically Sustainable Integrated Seed System for Cassava (BASICS) and Catholic Relief Services, presented the change agents new Continue Reading