Unleashing Agricultural Development in Nigeria through Value Chain Financing

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This report looks at the needs for finance in various agricultural value chains in the country and opportunities for how banks can react to these, laying out new and innovative methods to increase lending to the agriculture sector.

The findings presented in this report are based on a study of selected agricultural product value chains in Nigeria, ten in total: cassava, cotton, fisheries, maize, fruits, palm oil, poultry, rice, soybean, and tomato. The report provides a detailed analysis of each value chain, qualified information on financing requirements for each segment of the value chains, and identifies opportunities to finance operations along the chain. It further provides actionable recommendations for improving productivity, income and growth in the key value chains through financing and technical assistance.

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Document Type Paper
Autor Hartwich, F., Devlin, J., Kormawa, P. at al.
Year of Publication 2010
Editor UNIDO, CBN, BOI
Número de Páginas 96 pp.
Región / País Global, Africa, África Occidental / Nigeria
Idioma Principal Inglés (en)
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