All set for 2017 Nutritious Food Fair
November 7, 2017

 

HarvestPlus is partnering with the Enugu State SME center to host the third edition of its annual Nutritious Food Fair (NFF). This event is scheduled to take place at the Michael Okpara Square in Enugu state, Nigeria on 28—30 November 2017.

NFF 2017 will among other objectives facilitate at least 3000 jobs in the nutritious food sector, empowering participants to transition into employment and entrepreneurship opportunities in the fast growing biofortified value chain in Nigeria.

It is free and open to all categories and groups of people interested in starting up or growing a sustainable agribusiness enterprise using nutritious and vitamin A enriched crops.

HarvestPlus Nigeria and Nollywood partners made the official announcement in Lagos state during a breakfast with the press on 6 November.  

Dr Paul Ilona, Country Manager, HarvestPlus Nigeria granting exclusive interviews with Galaxy Television, Agrobusiness media and Television Continental.

Contact:

Paul Ilona, Country Manager, HarvestPlus Nigeria, P.Ilona@cgiar.org

Adaobi Okezie-Odoemene, Knowledge and Communication Officer, A.Okezie-Odoemene@cgiar.org

About HarvestPlus www.harvestplus.org

HarvestPlus improves nutrition and public health by developing and promoting biofortified food crops that are rich in vitamins and minerals, and providing global leadership on biofortification evidence and technology. HarvestPlus is part of the CGIAR Research Program on Agriculture for Nutrition and Health (A4NH). CGIAR is a global agriculture research partnership for a food secure future. Its science is carried out by its 15 research centers in collaboration with hundreds of partner organizations. The HarvestPlus program is coordinated by two of these centers, the International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT) and the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI).

HarvestPlus is a finalist in the MacArthur Foundation 100 & Change grant competition, in recognition of their breakthrough innovation to improve nutrition as an impactful intervention for populations affected by hidden hunger. Visit them online to learn more about their work, including research, assessment tools, and evaluations.

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