The coronavirus known as COVID-19 was first discovered in late 2019 in Wuhan, China and was declared a pandemic on March 11, 2020 by the World Health Organization (WHO) prompting all nations to be on red alert with specific concerns for the developing world especially Sub- Sahara Africa (SSA) as she is surrounded with an enormous lack of infrastructure to
A Paradigm Shift The People of Gandu community of Danko/Wasagu LGA are predominantly farmers who always face hunger during the lean season which falls within the dry season of the year, this leaves the people famished, the village deserted and households vulnerable to diseases and malnutrition as they can’t meet their needs despite the yearly harvest embarked on by the
The year 2019 was filled with lots of programs activities all hinged on the specific objectives of the PROACT project with the aim of ensuring sustainability of the project by the various State and Local Government Actors who have been encouraged to replicate and adopt the project intervention strategies and components in their various coverage areas while strengthening their governance
Last week, Binrin Kebbi LGA, one of 3 PROACT Project Local Government of Intervention in Kebbi State, distributed Motorbikes to Local Government Field Officers Coordinating the Project Village Savings and Loans Association replication in the Local Government. The Launch of these motorbikes which took place at the Local Government Secretariat was attended by His Excellency, Governor of Kebbi State, Atiku
Tangaram VSLA (Village Savings and Loan) beneficiary wears a great smile after receiving his own portion of food loan from his community owned grain banks in Tangaram community of Danko wasagu LGA. He is rest assured of being food secured all through the wet season farming period.