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Progressive Women in Agriculture

Recognizing the importance of women in agriculture as well implement several  initiatives towards empowering and supporting women in agricultural sector.

NWAPDI Osun State Annual Convention and State Executives Induction Ceremony: A Resounding Success

The Nigerian Women for Agricultural Progressive and Development Initiative (NWAPDI) Osun State Chapter successfully hosted its Annual Convention and State Executives Induction Ceremony on Tuesday, July 16th, 2024. The event, held at Abiye Hall, Royal Spring Hotel, Biket Junction, Ota Efun Road, Osogbo, Osun State, commenced punctually at 10:00 AM and witnessed an impressive turnout of stakeholders from various sectors of the agricultural community.
The program opened with a warm welcome from the State Coordinator and Host, Farmer Idayat Raji. She expressed her gratitude to all attendees and highlighted the importance of the convention in fostering agricultural development and empowerment among women in Osun State. Mrs. Enitan Onitiri, the NWAPDI South West Coordinator and Co-host, delivered an inspiring keynote address. She emphasized the critical role women play in agriculture and the need for continued support and collaboration to achieve sustainable growth. The highlight of the event was the speech by the Special Guest Speaker, Farmer Omolara Svensson, the NWAPDI National Coordinator. 

NWAPDI FAMAZON Magazine Launch

We are thrilled to announce the launch of FAMAZON Magazine, the latest initiative by the Nigerian Women For Agricultural Progressive and Development Initiative (NWAPDI). Join us on Tuesday, July 16th, 2024, for a momentous occasion as we unveil this exciting new monthly publication dedicated to empowering and celebrating women in agriculture.
FAMAZON Magazine is more than just a publication; it is a platform for voices, stories, and innovations from women at the forefront of agricultural progress in Nigeria. Each issue will feature insightful articles, success stories, expert advice, and the latest trends in agriculture, all aimed at inspiring and supporting women farmers across the nation.
We are honored to have Farmer Omolara Svensson as our Editor-in-Chief. With her vast experience and unwavering commitment to agricultural development, she will guide the magazine's vision and ensure it remains a vital resource for women in the industry. Let’s celebrate the women who feed the nation and propel agricultural development forward. See you at the launch!

Free Safety Awareness Course on Agro Safety Procedures for Nigerian Women

The Occupational Safety and Health Association, in collaboration with the Nigerian Women For Agricultural Progressive and Development Initiative, organized a highly successful Safety Awareness Course on Agro Safety Procedures. This course, offered free of charge, aimed to educate Nigerian women in agriculture on essential safety protocols and best practices.

The event took place on Thursday, 13th June 2024, starting at 10:00 AM. It was held simultaneously at two venues: the Nigerian National Merit Award House in Maitama, Abuja, and the Lagos State Agric Development Authority Training Hall in Oko-Oba, Agege, Lagos.

The primary objective of the course was to enhance the safety and health awareness among women engaged in agriculture, empowering them with the knowledge needed to protect themselves and their communities. The course covered various topics, including the safe handling of agricultural equipment, chemical safety, and first aid procedures. Participants expressed their gratitude for the opportunity to learn valuable safety procedures. 

NWAP Katsina State Inaugurates 37 LG Coordinators and 346 Ward Coordinators.

On Tuesday, 28th May 2024, the Nigerian Women For Agricultural Progress in Katsina State held a significant event to officially inaugurate their new leadership structure. The ceremony saw the introduction of 37 local government coordinators and 346 ward coordinators, marking a substantial step forward for the organization’s presence and impact across Katsina State. Gracing the occasion with her presence was the esteemed First Lady of Katsina State, Hajiya (Dr.) Zulaihat Dikko Umar Radda. Alongside her, other dignitaries include NWAP National Coordinator Ambassador Omolara Svensson, the Zonal Coordinators and other dignitaries from various business sectors, particularly those related to agriculture, were in attendance, reflecting a collaborative effort to drive growth and development within the state’s most vital industries.

Hurray! Good News for all NWAP Card Carrying Member

A significant collaboration has emerged to support the vital role of women in agriculture. Nigerian Women for Agricultural Progress (NWAP) has joined hands with Value Seed, a leading seedling  company, to empower its members and boost agricultural productivity across the nation. This partnership marks a crucial step towards enhancing the livelihoods of women farmers and fostering agricultural progress in Nigeria. One such initiative is the recent partnership between NWAP and Value Seed. By teaming up with Value Seed, NWAP aims to provide its card-carrying members with access to high-quality seeds at subsidized rates. This collaboration enables women farmers to acquire essential agricultural inputs at more affordable prices, thereby reducing the financial barriers they often encounter. With access to quality seeds, NWAP members can enhance their crop yields, improve farm productivity, and ultimately contribute to food security and economic growth in Nigeria.  Read More

Trade, Investment and Agribusiness Summit Fair.

Attention Nigerian Women for Agricultural Progress! Join us at the Trade Investment Agribusiness Summit Fair in the United Kingdom, held in Peterborough and London. Delve into the transformative potential of Agric-tech and agribusiness revolution. Further to be discussed it the impact of innovative blockchain and climate change dynamics on trade and investment trends. Let’s explore innovation, network with industry leaders, and empower ourselves for a brighter future in Nigeria’s agricultural sector. The event will be coming up from 21st of May and coming to an end on 24th of May, 2024. 

All Nigerian Women for Agricultural Progress members that are interested should indicate through their respective coordinators on or before  Friday 12th April, 2024. 

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NWAP Inaugurates State Coordinators across the Federation

Nigeria Women for Agriculture Progress marked a historic milestone on March 7, 2024, as it inaugurated state coordinators across all 36 states in the federation. This momentous event was coupled with a vibrant celebration of International Women’s Day, highlighting the organization’s commitment to empowering women and fostering gender equality in the agricultural landscape.
The atmosphere was filled with anticipation as NWAP took a bold step towards decentralizing its operations and strengthening its presence in every state. The inauguration of state coordinators is a strategic move aimed at ensuring that NWAP’s initiatives reach women at the grassroots level, empowering them to actively participate in agriculture and decision-making processes.


Inauguration/IWD Highlights and N/Coordinator's Interview

NWAP Membership Registration

Kindly find attached registration form to fill, attach your passport and send back to the email below.

The purpose of our registration:

1. To get your bio data
2. For proper dissemination of information
3. To be grouped in the appropriate value chain you fall into and state.

So please oblige us these information as stated in the form.

See the email to send👇🏻

NWAP… Agricultural progress for national wealth

Za ku iya duba fayil na damuwa don tura, juyo taswirar kundin ku da kuma tura wa mu kasancewar kasuwancin aiki zuwa adireshin imeil mai kama:

Nakuma damuwa shi ne a matsayin mu:

1. Don samar da bayanai na iko guda
2. Don gano bayanai tare da yaki
3. Don bugawa a cikin gada da kuke ciki da harkokin ku da kuma birnin.

Ku cigaba da mu wannan bayanai a matsayin abin da ya kamata a cikin fayil din.

Duba adireshin imeil domin tura👇🏻

NWAP… Al’adu na kasuwanci don ɗin kasuwa ta ƙasar.

Biko, chọọ ihe dị ọhụrụ nwere ike ịmepụta aka na-erite nke ahụ, nweta akụkọrọ passport gị na kwuo gaa na imeelụ n’akọrọ di ọhụrụ.

Ọ bụ ihe ọjọọ nke ụbọchị anyị:

1. Iji gaa ihe ndịndụ gị
2. Iji were ụdị akwụkwọ ihe omuma
3. Iji gaa ihe ndị ga-abụ na ngwa ahụ gụrụ gị na aka na-akpọ.

Nke a biko, bụ ịzute ọtụtụ ihe gbasara anyị dị ka iji kwuo na akọrọ di ọhụrụ.

Lọọk atụmatụ imeelụ gị na-enye👇🏻

NWAP… Ọkachamara nke anyị nwere ike ịbụ onye ọ bụla.

Nigerian Women Advocate For Sustainable Agricultural Progress

In light of the global food insecurity crisis, the Nigerian Women for Agricultural Progress group NWAP has called on the federal government and other stakeholders to work together towards achieving sustainable agricultural progress and food security in the country.
The National Coordinator of NWAP, Mrs. Omolara Svensson, made the call during the Nigerian Women in Agriculture and Agric business convention held in Abuja Nigeria’s capital.   Read More