NDDP INITIATIVES

NIGERIA DAIRY BEVERAGE EXPO

In partnership with NAFDAC and Standard Organisation of Nigeria (SON), NDDP

THE INNOVATION WORKSHOP

As part of the activities the Nigeria Dairy & Beverage Expo (NDBE) annually, there will be

FIP

Given the right tools and opportunities, farmers can increase their incomes and contribute to the

NDBR

In partnership with different research and developmental organisations, we will compile facts,

PARTNERHIP

Get in Touch As a private sector driven project to complement the proposed Federal Government of Nigeria National Dairy Policy which will help in boosting milk production as well as develop other dairy products, NDDP is open to partnerships and support to facilitate developments programmes, conferences, exhibitions, data collections, innovation workshops and training to boost the milk yields, consumption and advocacy. NDDP also aims to help facilitate facilities to at least 20,000 smallholder farmers each year and while stimulating income growth for an additional 100,000 secondary beneficiaries.

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