The Fish Farm Program

  1. Lack of education is a problem for women smallholders and  Agriculture is their only source of livelihood. With one planting season per year, smallholders witnesses very low agricultural yield and income. This has exacerbated food insecurity and rural poverty in particular for women and children..

The Fish Farm Project empowers women to become automatically economically independent to be able to increase their household income by 60%. Through simple trainings in fish farming…

Agricultural Small Scale Investment Loan Program







90% of small scale businesses in agriculture are run by women.  Accessing funds to grow their business is always difficult for mostly rural poor women.

Our Small Scale Enterprise Investment Loan Program enable women have access to small money to scale up their agribusinesses.

Family Garden Project

Lots of families live on less than 2 USD per day in Nigeria.

Our Family garden project enables rural families grow rich gardens that  supplies them with the average food they require to take care of their household.

Climate Change Advocacy Program







Smallholder farmers know little about the effects of climate change and the risk associated with it.  They can only adapt and mitigate this issue if only they become aware of what climate change is and its effect.

Our climate change advocacy program uses radio and television drama to inform smallholder farmers on climate change adaptation and mitigation.