Women Farmers Advancement Network

(WOFAN)

Women Empowerment Foundation

(WOFAN)

OUR PARTNERS

 

  • AGRA
  • CARI-GIZ
  • USAID 
  • FMARD
  • USADF                                                     
  • WORLD BANK
  • UNICEF
  • UN POLAC
  • UNESCO                                                                 
  • IFAD
  • UNDP-GEF-IAP-FS PROJECT                  
  • MASTER CARD FOUNDATION
  • SGP-UNDP-GEF

COLLABORATORS

  • CDA-BUK
  • ICRISAT
  • NAERLS-Abu
  • IITA
  • VALUE SEEDS
  • ADPS
  • UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE MAKURDI
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT
JOB OPPORTUNITIES

WOFAN has commenced implementation of the ICON of Hope Project. The main objective of the two-year project is to build resilience of 30,000 smallholder male and female farmers and processors, including those affected by COVID-19 pandemic, in Kano, Jigawa and Kaduna states as well as the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).

FOR MORE DETAILS – APPLY NOW

a) Gender & Development Specialist, Location : Kano 

b) ICON/Project Manager, location: Abuja

c) Training & Credit Officer, Location: Kano 

d) M&E & Linkages Specialist, location: Kano 

e) Behavior Change Communication (BCC), ICT &Youth Advisor, Abuja 

f) Account & Logistics Officer, location: Kaduna

g) State Team Lead (4 Positions), Kano, Jigawa, Kaduna and FCT 

12
Aug

WOFAN Comprehensive School Pupils Join the Green Revolution

Nigeria’s avowed objective of turning the country’s economy around through agricultural revolution is...
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08
Aug

WOFAN Supports 120 Rice Farmers with Agricultural INPUTS and Fertilizer in 4 LGAs of Kano State

120 male Rice farmers from 4 LGAs of Kano namely: Garun Malam, Dawakin Kudu, Bunkure and Gwarzo...
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08
Aug

Mobilization and Agric Business Modelling to Women Farmers in 4 LGAs of Kano State

Motivation and Confidence Building Exercise, during a WOFAN/DDI Economic Growth and Enterprise stakeholders meeting, held at...
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21
May

Jigawa Women Celebrate Economic Empowerment as WOFAN Opens AGRO-Processing Centre in Aujara

There was celebration in the air as the economic empowerment of women groups got a major boost in Jigawa...
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19
Apr

WOFAN ED Bags Heroes’ Award, Dedicates it to Rural Women

The Executive Director of Women Farmers Advancement Network (WOFAN), Hajia Salamatu Garba has bagged the Agriculture and...
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08
Jan

WOFAN graduates farmers on Business and Agro Processing

WOFAN TEAM successfully completed the graduation Training model on farmers business school and agro...
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11
08
Jan

WOFAN comprehensive school pupils take agriculture at heart!

Hands on agric! WOFAN comprehensive school pupils already answering the call to take agriculture at heart! Catching them young...
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16
Oct

WOFAN marks 2017 World food day

World Food Day, marked every 16th October, witnessed the...
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23
Sep

Groundnut Recipe Manual launched to tackle Malnutrition in Nigeria

Products such as groundnut jollof rice, grountnut moimoi, groundnut pie, groundnut bread...
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13
Mar

2017 International Women’s Day celebration supports rural women to convert Rice Husks into Wealth

In an effort to justify the 2017 International Women’s Day theme:"Be Bold For Change"...
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Training target groups

Training its target groups across a wide range of matters, including leadership development, Advocacy, business management.

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Building Synergies

Building synergies across agriculture value chain, food processing, improved family nutrition, food preservation.

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Education and awareness

Educating people on the importance of water and soil conservation, sustainable environment & climate change adaptation, improved agricultural technology & livelihood and health awareness.

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