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May 27, 2024

Tova Africa, Israeli Firm Team Up to Create Jobs for Nigerian Youths in Agriculture 

In a groundbreaking move, Tova Africa, a leading social entrepreneurship organization in Nigeria, has forged a strategic partnership with Green 2000, a prominent Israeli agricultural firm, aiming to revolutionize the agricultural sector and empower Nigerian youth.

This partnership, in collaboration with Christ Livingspring Apostolic Ministry (CLAM), is set to create 1,000 jobs in Nigeria’s agricultural industry, with a projected contribution of €100 million to the country’s economy. 

However, Tova Africa’s CEO, Tosin Bakare, highlighted the significance of this initiative, stating that it will equip Nigerian youth with cutting-edge training, resources, and mentorship to drive innovation and growth in agriculture, ultimately impacting the nation’s GDP.

Combining Africa’s vast land resources with Israel’s advanced technology and expertise, the program promises participants access to modern farming techniques, mentorship from experienced Israeli agricultural experts, and networking opportunities.

Furthermore, Wole Oladiyun, the senior pastor of CLAM, emphasized the crucial role of empowering youth in agriculture for Nigeria’s future prosperity and expressed optimism about the positive impact of the program.

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