Second Feed the Future Nigeria Agricultural Policy Project Conference Boosts Collaborative Agric Policy Research in Nigeria

Michigan State University (MSU) and IFPRI’s Nigeria Strategy Support Program (IFPRI-NSSP), jointly organized a major conference on Collaborative Research for Agricultural Policy in Nigeria as part of the dissemination activities of the Feed the Future Nigeria Agricultural Policy Project. This was the second major conference organized by the Feed the Future Nigeria Agricultural Policy Project following the successful launch of the Project during its first conference in September 2016. This high-profile, three-day (14-16 August 2018) event attracted more than 150 …

Second Policy Communications Training for National Assembly Journalists in Abuja

On 30-31 July, the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) organized a second training for members of the National Assembly Press Corps in Abuja, further building on efforts towards strengthening the policymaking environment for agriculture in Nigeria. The training, which was attended by 14 (9 male and 5 female) journalists, built on the first training held in January 2018 and covered aspects such as strategizing and planning communications and the use of online platforms, including social and other digital media. …

POLICY COMMUNICATIONS TRAINING COURSE FOR JOURNALISTS IN BENUE STATE

From 23-24 July 2018, the Nigeria Strategy Support Program of the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI-NSSP) sustained its efforts towards a vibrant and healthy environment for discussion and decision-making in Nigeria’s agricultural sector by organizing a training on policy communications for journalists in Benue State. Participants of the training (7 males and 8 females) included journalists from both private and government-owned, mainstream radio, television and print media firms, as well as online publications. The training covered topics ranging from …

Journalists in Delta State were Trained in Policy Communications

As part of continuing efforts towards having a vibrant and healthy environment for discussion and decision-making in Nigeria’s agricultural sector, the Nigeria Strategy Support Program of the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI-NSSP) delivered a policy communications training course for journalists in Delta State on 17-18 July 2018. The 19 participants (16 male and 3 female) of the training included journalists from both private and government-owned media houses, representing mainstream radio, television and print firms. The training covered topics ranging …