Rural Veterinary Service Access: A Requisite To Food Security And Livelihood For Rural Smallholder Livestock Farmers.
“The poultry farmers in my community used to lose their birds to Newcastle disease every year. At one point, there were just a few indigenous birds in and around my community because most of them died due to the NCD outbreak. After the training I received from the Veterinary Council of Nigeria (VCN) and my […]Read More
Ikore’s efforts on Trulenn project is recognized… Feed the Future Nigeria Rural Resilience Activity has recognized Ikore’s input on the Trulenn project. The Chief of Party, Feed the Future Nigeria Rural Resilience Activity at Mercy Corps, Margarita Aswani gave a positive feedback on Ikore’s media handle: “great work Ikore team! Proud to be partnering with […]Read More
Ikore facilitates networking within the development industry… Ikore International Development Limited organized the International Development Professionals’ Hangout on March 31, 2023 in Abuja. The event which is the first of its kind, brought together participants from 13 international organizations and 7 national development companies. The event aimed at facilitating networking among professionals in the development […]Read More
Once upon a time, waste generation in Nigeria was minimal as most households ate fresh produce from the farm. The advent of civilization, industrialization and the influx of people into urban areas has increased the amount of waste generated over the years. Is Zero waste even possible in Nigeria? The odds seem high. In a […]Read More
Theme: Epidemiology and Socio-Economic context of PPR in Nigerian smallholder livestock communities Peste des Petits Ruminants (PPR) is a disease of huge economic importance to the livelihoods of smallholder livestock farmers in Nigeria. PPR affects small ruminants’ populations, mainly sheep and goats. The annual global loss due to PPR is estimated to be between $1.4 […]Read More