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Adamawa local council provides land for FADAMA livelihood restoration centre

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

/ by Mykebou
The Yola South Local Government Council has given land to the FADAMA III Second Additional Financing (AFII) Program to fabricate a business reclamation focus.

Mr Dahiru Hammanyaji, the Training and Technical Assistance Officer of the FADAMA program, revealed this on Monday amid an investigation visit of FADAMA inward mission groups, drove by Dr. Ben Herbert, to the site in Chakantare.

Hammanyaji said that the middle was set up to support domesticated animals generation through enhanced advertising operations, while upgrading the nature of neighborhood domesticated animals breeds through crossbreeding innovation.
“Part of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), which FADAMA signed with the local government council, was to have a space where crossbreeding practices could be demonstrated and where we can produce livestock via artificial insemination.

“We have open space for marketing activities and a reserved space where other activities can be conducted as well.

“The crossbreeding technology from FADAMA is expected to trickle down to the people; this would soon have a visible impact on our livestock breeds and their milk.

“We do not want to go into agriculture that will consume space with no output,’’ he added.

Hammanyaji, notwithstanding, said that the Yola South Local Government Council and the FADAMA profiting groups were confronting difficulties, for example, insufficient private part partners to lead the checking and supportability of the task.
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