List of Successful Applicant for IITA/IFAD Agrihub Nigeria Project

Did you apply for IFAD Agrihub Nigeria Project? If ‘yes’ then we are pleased to let you know that they have shortlisted the names of successful applicants, and with this post you can easily access your name via the released link(s).

The International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), has finally released names of applicants that were successful.
The released of successful applicants was made known after launching it’s portal for the existing and new agripreneurs in Imo State, Oyo State, and Abuja.

Agrihub Nigeria Project which was designed by the International Institute for Tropical Agriculture (IITA), is geared towards emerging agripreneurs, and unemployed youths of the country who are possibly willing to their skills along the entrepreneurship and employment pathway.

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In addition, the scheme is also meant to increase livelihoods in villages (rural areas), and likewise aimed at maximizing wage opportunities to the young Nigerians (youths).

For each hub, a full list of successful applicants made it, and we are pleased to unveil how to check for their names here, with instructions to follow.

First and foremost, we are saying a big ‘Congratulations’ to the IFAD-Agrihub Cohort 1 applicants that were successful.

Link to Access the Names of Successful Applicants

You can follow the links below to access the list of successful applicants;

  • Click here for Imo State full list of successful applicants .
  • Click here for Oyo State full list of successful applicants.
  • Click here for Abuja full list of successful applicants.
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Updated: April 3, 2021 — 8:04 am

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  1. what of other states for the IFAD Agrc hub project

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