FAO in Nigeria
  Northeast Nigeria: supporting displaced people engage in vegetable production In Northeast Nigeria, internally displaced persons (IDPs) and host communities bear the brunt of the multiple impact of the current crisis. Most of displaced families have very limited resources to cope with and need urgent livelihood support. Usmane is a 30-year-old farmer who...
FAO has handed over IT equipment to the Ministry of Lands, Survey & Environment, Katsina State. This equipment was installed within the Ministry to establish a Local Area Network (LAN) and allowed a computerized registration system to be implemented in the Ministry’s Deeds Registry using FAO’s open source SOLA software...
A journey to Chibok
16 November 2015
 FAO provides humanitarian assistance in the three most affected North Eastern States of Nigeria     Repeated attacks on civilians from Boko Haram have led to massive displacements and negatively impacted livelihoods in North Eastern Nigeria. Displaced people rely on the limited resources of their host communities, placing the most vulnerable households under...
Partnership for Sustainable Rice Systems Development in Africa FAO together with key players in the rice value chain in Africa and high level government representatives have launched a comprehensive Programme for Rice Development in Africa for the benefit of rice farmers, national and international partners as well as private sector actors...
“Nutrition is the key” - Akinwunni Ayo Adesina Rome – FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva today met with Nigeria’s Minister for Agriculture and Rural Development, His Excellency Akinwunni Ayo Adesina, who is in Rome to attend the Second International Conference on Nutrition (ICN2) taking place this week. The ICN2 is an...