The Director General, Nigerian Agric Business Group Manzo Mairiga has said that about 500 women, young farmers and agric-preneurs have been equipped with commodity standout and commodity grading skills for competitive marketing of their produce.
He said this at a regional workshop on inclusiveness organised Kaduna and the aim was to sensitise and educate participants on the challenges of climate change which is the most critical challenge that farming receives across Africa and the world.
The workshop was to educate participants on commodity standouts, best practices in farming and commodities grading to achieve inclusiveness which is particularly targeted at women. it was to also sensitise ,educate them on climate smart agriculture to combat the impacts of climate change ,build resilience and sensitise them on best practices in commodity standards and grading. DAILY TRUST