Report on the effect of Naira’s Devaluation on the Agricultural Value Chains in the Niger Delta

This study examines the effects of the Nigerian currency’s devaluation and related government trade restriction policies on four key agricultural value chains in the Niger Delta region. These value chains—palm oil, cassava, aquaculture, and poultry—are focal points for the Chevron funded Foundation for Partnership Initiatives in the Niger Delta (PIND) and the DFID funded Market…

Effect of the Naira’s Devaluation on Agricultural Value Chains in the Niger Delta

This is a two-page summary of our report on the impact of naira devaluation on select agricultural value chains in the Niger Delta. This report is a collaboration between The Foundation for Partnership Initiatives in the Niger Delta (PIND) and Department for International Development (DFID)’s Market Development (MADE) Program, and covers aquaculture, cassava, palm oil,…

Citizen Report Card on the Niger Delta

From May through July 2015, with support from USAID/PIND, a team from LITE/Africa and ANEEJ program officers carried out 96 focus group discussions and 44 interviews with 845 community residents in 24 communities, 8 local government areas and four states of Cross River, Delta, Edo and Ondo States, all in the Niger Delta. This report…