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Synergos is a global nonprofit organization that brings people together to solve complex problems of poverty.
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Synergos 30 Aug 19
: “All the eggs supplied for the school feeding program is from the poultry farmers association in Kaduna state, this has happened through the Synergos model” Mr Bege Bungwon
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Synergos 30 Aug 19
: “As a result of the SPA partnership, I was able to secure a private anchor deal with Value Seeds where I supported the lives of over 1100 people with over 150 households in Igabi LG Area of Kaduna State.” SWOFON President.
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Synergos 30 Aug 19
See the full details of the communique issued at the end of the Annual Farmers Produce Forum last year:
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Synergos 29 Aug 19
In case you missed our earlier post, we shared some highlights from the Annual Farmers Produce Forum that took place last year. Please watch the video here:
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Synergos 29 Aug 19
It was solutions overflow to many challenges farmers face when we brought farmers together to discuss and share ideas. Watch the highlights of day 1 of our Annual Farmers' Forum in 2018.
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Synergos 27 Aug 19
Our State Partnership for Agriculture (SPA) project in Nigeria was about making small scale farmers increase their productivity. SynergosInNigeria
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Synergos 27 Aug 19
Mrs Ajekwe shares how Synergos has impacted her positively. We hope her story inspires you to greater things.
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Synergos 22 Aug 19
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Synergos 20 Aug 19
“I get noticed as a result of using the Synergos approach to building trust amongst diverse stakeholders and getting their fullest contributions”. This is how Deborah has leveraged the Synergos approach to build her capacity. Read her story here
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Synergos 20 Aug 19
Deborah believes that it was the training & support that she got Synergos that has equipped her and showcased her enhanced capabilities, such that she now holds diverse bridging leadership roles in the state agriculture sector. Read her story here
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Synergos 20 Aug 19
If you are looking for results of the Synergos approach in the area of building capacity for bridging leadership, particularly in nutrition/gender–sensitive agricultural transformation, look no further than Deborah Yusufu. Read her story here
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Synergos 16 Aug 19
“With support from Synergos, I was able to set up a company with people whose moral compass, integrity and values aligned with mine, making the path of the company and its vision clearer” Mevis Aiyeju CEO M.E solutions
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Synergos 16 Aug 19
“Synergos Theory U lesson gave me the knowledge to seek and understand my “Source”, who I am as a person, my soul, my most authentic self and step away from ego” Mevis Aiyeju CEO M.E solutions
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Synergos 16 Aug 19
“The Synergos program had an impact on me personally in various ways; the way I see myself, understand my capabilities and capacity as a leader, as well as my responsibilities as a leader in my immediate circle” Mevis Aiyeju CEO M.E solutions
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Synergos 15 Aug 19
The business-driven mindset the farmers were thought during the SPA programme helped improve growth in cassava, rice & cashew value chains in Kogi, rice & yam value chain in Benue and created a ginger processing centre in Kaduna State. Read more at
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Synergos 15 Aug 19
Did you know that rice production in Kogi state soared from about 1 - 1.5 tons to 2.5 tons, during the duration of the SPA programme in the state? Read more here
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Synergos 15 Aug 19
Did you know that Synergos supported some states in Nigeria to create their first agriculture investment business plans? Read the full story at
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Synergos 9 Aug 19
Replying to @SynergosNG
But now the conversation has changed, the power holders will ask you where are the women and youth, so there is a great increase in awareness” Mrs Debora L. Yusufu; Head Kaduna State women in Agriculture: July 2018
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