BATN Foundation calls for entrepreneurship entries
The British America Tobacco Nigeria Foundation (BATNF) has commenced the second season of its Farmers for the Future (F4F) project, which is aimed at empowering young agricultural entrepreneurs in Nigeria.
‘Mentorship, training can boost youths’ interest in agric’
Our passion for agriculture drives us. Everyone needs food, and everyone needs a decent lifestyle. Agriculture can serve the two needs.
2018 World Food Day: Farmers showcase produce at maiden Lagos farm fair
Signs of food insecurity across the world means there is considerable work to be done towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goal of Zero Hunger by 2030.
BATN Foundation launches N700m project to support small-scale farmers
The British American Tobacco Nigeria Foundation (BATNF) has launched N700million Country Programme to support small-scale farmers.
Ogun, natnudO foods, BATNF empower women with 10,000 chickens
Ogun State Government in partnership with the British American Tobacco Nigeria Foundation (BATNF) and natnudO Foods, has empowered 1,000 women across the state with 10, 000 Noiler Chickens. The Noiler Chicken is a new breed of chicken, taken from the Broiler and Cockrel cross breeding and it is economically valuable in the market.…
Policy interventions for productivity in agric
Globally, the issue of food insecurity has been a source of concern for governments. Experts opine that to achieve enhanced productivity in the agricultural sector ...
Experts rally youths on agric enterprise
Experts at a forum on smallholder farmers have advocated for a new economy driven by agriculture and urged farmers to consider it as an enterprise.
Policy interventions drive innovations in agro-business
The BATNF Technical Committee consists of experts drawn from diverse fields including in-house professionals from BATNF. As a team, we provide technical support to the executive arm of the Foundation to ensure that the design and implementation of BATNF’s intervention programmes...