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Sep
13

What tofu can teach us about trade wars

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Vegetarians take note! MEDA’s work in Nigeria is promoting better business for those growing plant-powered protein. One such power protein is the mighty soybean.

Farming is complicated; the farmer must manage pests, work in variable weather and an ever-changing climate. They often to have finance their own crop production and sometimes face economic and land barriers. Moreover, being profitable in a global economy can be difficult.

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Apr
20

Nigeria WAY digs into Earth Day

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When you think of plastic, what springs to mind?

A plastic water bottle?

Packaging?

A toy?

Since its inception in 1907, plastic has become an international phenomenon with increasing global ramifications.

This year, Earth Day is a call to action to end plastic pollution. Our consumption of plastics is poisoning our oceans and land – injuring marine life and affecting the health of our communities.

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Mar
27

International Women’s Day: Bauchi women leaders #PressForProgress

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To mark International Women’s Day 2018, MEDA is highlighting important issues and voices around women’s economic empowerment and gender equality in the area of economic development. This is the fifth in our “Press for Progress” blog series celebrating the power of women entrepreneurs and their partners around the world.

At MEDA, we are proud to hire local staff in our offices around the world. Our Nigeria office is no exception.

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