By Victor Manyong and Kanayo F. Nwanze
Often cited as Africa’s greatest asset, its youth are also among the most vulnerable and volatile.
A recent statement from the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), the United Nations’ special agency entrusted with the responsibility for rural and agricultural development, clearly indicates that to
FAYODE is Interfacing conventional and modern approaches to speed up rural development through youth empowerment, tailor-made innovation has been conceived to achieve this goal.
After several community visits, analysis and deliberations, the Facility for youth Development (FAYODE) has expanded its activities into the north central geo-political zone of Nigeria.