Despite Nigeria’s plentiful agricultural resources and oil wealth, poverty is widespread in the country and has increased since the late 1990s. Some 70 per cent of Nigerians live on less than US$1.25 a day.
Poverty is especially severe in rural areas, where up to 80 per cent of the population lives below the poverty line, and social services and infrastructure are limited. The country’s poor rural women and men depend on agriculture for food and income.

About 90 per cent of Nigeria’s food is produced by small-scale farmers who cultivate small plots of land and depend on rainfall rather than irrigation systems and other modern techniques.
Women and youth play a major role in the production, processing and marketing of food crops. Yet women and households headed solely by women are often the most chronically poor members of rural communities.
Multi-Agric provides kit solutions to encourage family farms access to better return better food security and self sustainability. We have a long time experience with the special needs of the Nigerian farmers and the difficulties that they face, and the kit designed to give “End to End solution”.
The kits come with the entire components and input for the first season, it enable the farmer to produce it his first income without any additional cost on input. To maximize the farmer’s results: installation, training, and agro-support are integrated kit’s components:
from pre-planting up to post harvest of the first season.