Federal Govt Approved Employment of Graduates into NALDA 2021

Federal Govt Approved Employment of Graduates into NALDA 2021

We are committed to making agriculture attractive to all and enhance Agro business innovation to improve the livelihood of farmers in the country.

Under this programme, NALDA’s focus is on encouraging the Nigerian youth to participate in agriculture. Our goal would be to attract, encourage and empower 30,000 farmers from each of the 774 LGAs in Nigeria anually, cutting accross the entire Agricultural Value Chain

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This Pilot Programme will empower 100 young farmers from 3 LGAs in 18 States of the country including the FCT. It will be executed in Cycles, following a Revolving Model, broken down below:

  1. Farmers are Identified and Sorted into Goat Farmers and Rabbit Farmers, and trained accordingly.
  2. Three goats (One Male, Two Females) are given to the Goat Farmers and Five Rabbits (One Male, Four Females) are given to the Rabbit Farmers to nurture to maturity.
  3. After a period of 3 months 10 Rabbits will be collected from each Rabbit Farmer, and 1 Goat will be collected from each Goat Farmer; and after 6 months.
  4. The collected animals will be pooled, and a new batch of Farmers will be identified, trained and given animals to nurture to maturity, and hence a new Cycle commences.

Federal Govt Approved Employment of Graduates into NALDA 2021

Federal Govt Approved Employment of Graduates into NALDA 2021
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A Farmer who participates in the Cycle above for 30 months (2.5 years), owns his animals and whatever proceeds they may give him, the Farmer can also sell his animals and proceeds back to NALDA. Using this system, our projected Farmer growth will be exponential as seen in the charts below, after three cycles:

The financial benefit of this program to the farmers is immense, taking the rabbit for instance, a farmer has at least 3 major avenues for income from a rabbit colony:

  1. Meat: A farmer can make up to 50,000 Naira, from the Meat as it is highly nutritious and rich in protein.
  2. Skin and Fur: A farmer can make up to 30,000 to 40,000 Naira from the hide and skin of rabbits, they are used in making clothes and sandals.
  3. Waste Products: A farmer can make between 30,000 to 40,000 Naira from the rabbits, as the Waste Products are excellent alternatives to chemical fertilizers, being rich in Nitrogen and Phosphorous.

The economic importance of Fishery as a viable source of Income, Food and Fibre cannot be overlooked, hence NALDA has kickstarted its Fishery/Aquaculture.

This Pilot Programme is empowering 2,000 young Fish Farmers and 40 Fish Processors from Borno and Katsina States and the Fishery operation will be run in clusters.

NALDA will provide the necesaary training, irrigation, Feeds and Medicine to our young farmers. We believe that this will bring us closer to our goal of producing what we eat.

How to apply for 2021 recruitment into national agricultural land development authority.

Visit the official website of NALDA www.nalda.ng or www.newsjotter.com

2021 NALDA Job Recruitment Employment of Graduates

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