Women Farmers Advancement Network (WOFAN) was established in June 1993 and incorporated with the Kano state Government as a community Development Association in 1995 and later and later registered with the corporate affairs commission in 2007 with its headquarters in Kano…
WOFAN strides in making a difference in pushing a people and community owned partnership and collaboration with all arms of governments, the private sector, NGOs, traditional and community structures as well as donor agencies. This extra effort is expected to bring additional complementary strength and shared responsibilities in supporting the common goals of the less privileged, disadvantaged and the voiceless thereby assisting them scale up their enterprise skills and become managers of their own development.
Presently, WOFAN has 4,500 clusters of women, men and youth groups of 30 members per group across 7 Northern States of Nigeria.
Training its target groups across a wide range of matters, including leadership development, Advocacy, business management.
Building synergies across agriculture value chain, food processing, improved family nutrition, food preservation.
Educating people on the importance of water and soil conservation, sustainable environment & climate change adaptation, improved agricultural technology & livelihood and health awareness.
Along Gwarzo Road, Opposite Bayero University, Kano (BUK)
Newsite Gate., Kano, Nigeria
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