Nigeria WAY project focuses on women’s economic empowerment in agroprocessing in three food value chains and strengthens community support for women’s socio-economic engagement.

The WAY project collaborates with business women, entrepreneurs, small scale businesses and other market actors in the rice, peanut and soybean value chains to boost business performance, improve their business operating environment, and advocate for the eradication of early and forced girl child marriage.

The Nigeria WAY Learning series is a set of materials developed by MEDA to share good practice and learnings from our Youth Entrepreneurship and Women’s Empowerment in Northern Nigeria (Nigeria WAY) project.

Key themes include:

Business Women and Agribusiness

Women Agroprocessors & Technology

Training Materials

The Nigeria WAY Learning series emphasizes women’s voices and perceptions creating a platform to understand more fully the elements enabling and hampering the viability of their businesses.
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The impact of COVID-19 on Women’s Savings and Loans Activities.

Funder

Program undertaken with the financial support of the Government of Canada provided through Global Affairs Canada.