IDIPR NEWS PAGE

 IDIPR HOLDS SECURITY SUMMIT

 

In a bid to tackle the security scourge in all IDIPR Farm Villages, IDIPR held a Security Summit on 25th September, 2019, at the Awujale Palace, Ijebu-Ode. The objectives of the summit were to harmonize every available human and material resources in providing  adequate security for IDIPR Farm Villages, properties and lives; to enlighten the Stakeholders on the tips for personal security; inform the Stakeholders of their supposed relationship with the Security

 

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DREDGING OF ERIWE RIVER

The heavy rains on Sunday 28th July, 2019 brought about heavy flood that swept away fishes worth over N120million at Eriwe Farm Village. As a result of this great loss, on Monday 29th July, 2019 Stakeholders took hold of the Farm gate to protest which hinders smooth operation at Eriwe Farm Village. After many deliberations between the Governing Council and IDIPR Farmers’ Cooperative Union.

 

 

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Awujale renews his gesture on the Tricycle Transportation Project

The Ijebu Traditional Council under the leadership of Oba S.K. Adetona, the Awujale and Paramount Ruler of Ijebuland has again released an interest free loan of N50million to the Initiative for the Tricycle Transportation Project. The money has been used to procure 80 units of TVS Tricycles which would be given out to interested beneficiaries on soft loan.

 

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IDIPR holds 18th Annual General Meeting

 

Dignitaries, Stakeholders, Officials of Government And Non-Governmental Organizations, Traditional title holders, market men of women, directors etc. all gathered on 31st may, 2018 to grace the 18th Annual General Meeting of the Ijebu Development Initiative on Poverty Reduction. Gaily dressed men and women resplendent their native attires giving the Heritage Hall, Aafin Awujale the atmosphere of convality

 

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  • Drawing The Youths to Agriculture:- IDIPR Youth Incubation Center

 

 

  • The youths of any nation are its greatest asset. Therefore, it stands to reason that they should be precluded from any factor likely to render them incapable of the roles expected of them in the society. The youths are faced with enormous challenges which have made them to become restive. While some of them are either unemployed or underemployed, majority are from poor and struggling backgrounds. These limiting factors, however, make it difficult and impossible for them to start up and make remarkable impact in the agriculture industry.