Train Young Farmers in Nigeria

Project Leader:

Mr. Adue Titus

Unemployment in Nigeria is one of the most significant issues facing the country – especially among the young. 50% of young adults are unemployed. Benue State has one of the highest youth unemployment rates in the country, but it also has the most fertile farm land. So, the Diocese of Katsina-Ala has launched an Agricultural Initiative to train and employ young people cultivating the land in their communities. Mr. Adue Titus is raising money to fund the program. Give $25 to help purchase what he needs to not only give a young person purpose, but ultimately help feed a community.



of $1,000 raised

Brock donated $25.

Anonymous donated $25.

Anonymous donated $25.

Danny donated $100.

Anne donated $9.

Margaret donated $25.

ELIZABETH donated $25.

Leo P donated $25.

Teresa donated.

Mary donated $150.

Scott donated $100.

Amy donated.

Neil donated $100.

Angela donated $10.

Katie donated $25.

Tim donated $25.

Daniel donated $50.

Erika donated $25.

Susan donated $25.

w donated $25.

Charlie donated $10.

Marlee donated $25.

Meaghan donated $50.

Monika donated $20.

Bartimeus OSB donated $50.

Kevin donated $5.

Andrew donated $20.

Elise donated $50.

Mia donated $20.

John donated $5.

Melissa donated $20.

What your donation can do!

  • $20 Helps pay for transportation for local youth
  • $50 Helps feed youth during training and work days
  • $150 Helps purchase seeds and farming supplies

Project Updates

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Brock donated $25.

65 months ago

Anonymous donated $25.

66 months ago

Anonymous donated $25.

66 months ago

We have been working everyday, to support the vulnerable people within our area,here are also our little contribution to the IDPs of the herders/farmers conflict in Benue state, the Agric project is on going as we are looking forward for assistance to support our vulnerable youths and now the displaced youth who have no source of living to engage in agric cultivation, your support will serve life and probably peace to the land.

70 months ago

Danny donated $100.

70 months ago

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