by Hauwa Gambo
Less than five months ago, Harambe Nigeria launched ‘The Farmland’ website as the number-one information resource point for all things youth and agriculture.
Harambe Nigeria is an emerging youth-led organisation which seeks to revolutionise the way Nigerian youths engage with agriculture. One of its programs, the Harambe Incubator for Sustainable Agricultural and Rural Development (HISARD) trains young university students in Nigeria, equipping them with the skills they need to grow and sustain viable agricultural businesses upon graduation. In addition, Harambe Nigeria engages Nigerian youths through conferences, excursions and other networking events.
Over the past few months, through the Farmland, Harambe Nigeria brought the unfolding agricultural revolution to the doorsteps and computers of young and old Nigerians, by providing the latest agricultural news, sharing trends and important statistics in the field, featuring young emerging entrepreneurs, sharing information about various opportunities and much more. And now…The Farmland has been selected as one of the top youth and agricultural websites on the African continent and the West African subcontinent!
Farmland readers and supporters, it is time for you to have your say. For those of you who have yet to be acquainted with the website,
Check it out! To enable The Farmland win the award or any other awards in this competition and invest more in the agricultural section, as a result,
We would encourage you to evaluate the website (and initiative) here and let the judges know why you like The Farmland. Comments can range from a simple endorsement to a note about what sections you like the most, what makes the website distinct and why you support the movement. It’s your call!
We at YNaija support this initiative and the dream to transform Nigeria into the food basket of Africa and we encourage you to provide your support as well.