Recent IFDC Projects

Nigeria at a Glance



Composting: An Affordable Source of Plant Nutrients in Africa Nigeria Sets Stage for Agricultural Revolution
IFDC/ECOWAS Study: Tighter Regulation Key to Ensuring Fertilizer Quality in West Africa WAMIS-NET/RESIMAO Launches New Platform with IFDC Support
Improving Fertilizer Markets Through Voucher Programs IFDC Recognizes World Water Day and 2013 as the UN International Year of Water Cooperation
MARKETS II and Notore Develop Nigeria's UDP Briquette Market Africa Division Leaders Discuss Key Issues
25 Years: IFDC - Committed to Africa - IFDC Training Programs in Africa Participants from 11 Countries Attend IFDC Agro-Input Marketing Strategies Training Course
MIR Plus and ECOWAS Use MIS Tools to Increase Access to Information in West Africa Regional Workshop Helps Regulate the West African Fertilizer Sector
Commercialized Cassava Production in Mozambique Helps Famers Improving Fertilizer Supplies in Sub-Saharan Africa
IFDC and the National Peace Corps Association Partner to Strengthen Value Chains in East Africa IFAD Project Focused on Phosphorus and Nitrogen
Taking CASE '2SCALE' in Africa New IFDC Videos
Fertilizer Voucher Program - the 'Smart Subsidy' Works Again Cocoa for a Better Life
Selected 2011 IFDC Videos IFDC Projects That Ended in 2011 A Tool to Help Fuel the African Green Revolution RDD 2011 Activity Recap
Agro-Dealer Development Projects Increase Farmers’ Access to Inputs Building Competitive Agricultural Systems and Enterprises in North and West Africa
IFDC Introduces New Fertilizer Blend Specifically for Cassava, Other Tubers IFDC Field Training Activities in 2012

Case Studies

Changing Lives

Nigeria is located in West Africa, bordering the Gulf of Guinea, between Benin and Cameroon. The total land area is 923,768 sq km. In comparison, it is slightly larger than Venezuela and nearly twice the size of the state of California in the U.S. This country's climate varies, as it is equatorial in the south, tropical in the center and arid in the north. More...

AP Program Gets Fertilizer to Farmers

IFDC is helping farmers in Nigeria’s Federal Capital Territory (FCT) and Sokoto State register to access subsidized fertilizers and seeds through the 2014 pilot Growth Enhancement Support (GES) Touch and Pay (TAP) program. More...

Video Highlights Nigeria’s New Economic Vision

IFDC recently released “Seeds of Growth: The Policy Change That Transformed Agricultural Inputs Supply in Nigeria.” More...