Abuja Farmers Advised to Use Technical Expertise to Improve Harvests.

Justina Oladotun, president of the Rotary Club of Abuja Wuse II, has urged rural farmers and internally displaced people in Abuja’s Wassa district who received vocational training for a better agricultural economy to utilize the technical knowledge and supplies provided to them to the fullest.

At the conclusion of the first stage of a Rotary Foundation Global Grant initiative meant to strengthen the local agricultural sector, Oladotun made this call on Thursday.

The vocational training program was started by the Rotary Club of Abuja Wuse II in collaboration with the Rotary Club of Minden, Nebraska in District 5630, USA, and other stakeholders to provide the beneficiaries with the skills they need to transform their yields and enhance their quality of life.

Additionally, the recipients of the initiative received monetary stipends, tools, and seeds.

Speaking at the event’s conclusion, Oladotun underlined the necessity for the recipients to utilize the resources given to them as effectively as possible.

To increase their agricultural output, she pushed them to put the technical know-how they had gained during the training to use. She also advised them to use the inputs, seeds, tools, and financial stipends well.

The vocational training program was started by the Rotary Club of Abuja Wuse II in collaboration with the Rotary Club of Minden, Nebraska in District 5630, USA, and other stakeholders to provide the beneficiaries the skills they need to transform their yields and enhance their quality of life.

Additionally, the recipients of the initiative received monetary stipends, tools, and seeds.

Speaking at the event’s conclusion, Oladotun underlined the necessity for the recipients to utilize the resources given to them as effectively as possible.

To increase their agricultural output, she pushed them to use the technical know-how they had gained during the training. She also advised them to use the inputs, seeds, tools, and financial stipends well.

“We will be visiting each month to monitor, evaluate, and gather data on your progress. We want to ensure that you are making significant progress towards improving your livelihoods and contributing to the growth of the agricultural economy in the community,” she added.

The Rotary Foundation global grant is part of the club’s commitment to improving the lives of rural farmers and internally displaced persons in Nigeria.

The program is expected to contribute significantly to the growth of the agricultural economy in the Wassa community and beyond.

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