As the Nigerian economy has modernized and become more service-oriented, agriculture has become much less important in spite of the fact that it remains a vital source of employment for the vast majority of Nigerians. The service industry accounts for 29.3% of the GDP, while agriculture accounts for 17.6% of the GDP in 2009. In 1958, agriculture made up 66% of Nigeria's GDP. There is a chronic decline of Nigeria's agricultural sector… read more
Empowering Young Farmers Initiative (EYFI)
For many girls, access and use of ICT remains a huge challenge. Gender discrimination, lack of confidence, language barrier, low literacy, lack of time and money, restricted mobility due to cultural factors or safety often prevent girls from taking advantage of ICT.
RGFN operates T4Girls as educational programs… read more
Technovation For Girls (T4Girls)
Having babies in developing nations may be life threatening. Literally every minute, a woman dies from avoidable complications caused by pregnancy – this adds up to approximately half a million fatalities per year. In Nigeria alone, maternal mortality rate reaches up to 3,200 women (number of mothers per 100,000 births dying within 42 days after the childbirth); in Northern Nigeria , particularly in the project… read more
Maternal and Neonatal Health initiative (MNHI)
Job Creation through Agricultural empowerment programmes.
Women and girls empowerment through technology.
Community empowerment access quality heath care services.