Market Development in the Niger Delta
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Project Data Last Updated: 10/05/2019
IATI Identifier: GB-COH-1858644-202585
Market Development Programme for the Niger Delta (Nigeria MADE) will increase the incomes of 150,000 poor people in the nine states of the Niger Delta, 50% of whom will be women. The programme will be in design and implement phases over 4.5 years. Using a market development approach, the project will precipitate changes in 4-6 product or service markets in Niger Delta value chains, including smallholder palm oil processing and outgrower schemes with palm oil estates, aquaculture, fish smoking, agricultural input supply and vaccination of poultry in rural areas. There will be a special focus on gender. It is hoped that the corresponding economic growth will help to mitigate conflict in the Niger Delta.
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