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10,000 Nigerian Women Benefit from Value Seeds COVID Intervention

10,000 women in Nigeria will be selected as direct beneficiaries of a two-year agricultural intervention, as Value Seeds launches their COVID-19 Recovery and Resilience Intervention Project in partnership with the Mastercard Foundation. Read more

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The goal of the Value Seeds project to increase the volume of premium maize and rice grains in the market by about 450,000 tons is in alignment with the Mastercard Foundation COVID-19 Recovery and Resilience Program, which focuses on the provision of direct support to companies in the agricultural value chain, specifically to ensure that smallholder farmers have access to markets and to maintain food security,” said Chidinma Lawanson, Country Head Nigeria, Mastercard Foundation.

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