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FCFFT Baga success story

  1. 1. A D O P T E D V I L L A G E S A N D S C H O O L S S U C C E S S S T O R I E S . B Y N . C . O B E T T A C O O R D I N A T O R 1 4 T H A U G U S T , 2 0 1 3
  2. 2. Introduction  The activities of West Africa Agricultural Productivity programme (WAAPP-Nigeria) was introduced into our Adopted Villages and Schools following the workshop organized for Executive Directors, Provosts and Coordinators of Adopted Villages from various Federal Research Institutes and Colleges of Agriculture under Agricultural Research Council of Nigeria (ARCN) in August, 2012.
  3. 3. Manpower Development and Skill Acquisition.  About 300 participants attended the workshop organized for fishers in creating awareness and sensitization on Aquaculture. At the end of the workshop a group of twenty (20) fishermen including the Bulama of Sabo Daba Mile 3 village Baga as contained in the picture below registered and has completed a certificate course of our College Certificate Programme in Fisheries Technology this year.  Interest has been generated; the whole of Baga area is not known for Aquaculture but Artisanal fisheries, however today…….
  4. 4. Fishermen Students
  5. 5. Fishermen Students
  6. 6. Instructions on Agricultural Science Subject to Adopted Schools  Also the two secondary schools, Government Secondary School (GSS) Kukawa and Government Girls’ Secondary School (GGSS) Baga our Adopted Schools, has been reported to us in the College that the students had remarkable improvements in passing their Agricultural Sciences subject at credit levels following the instructions we put in place to the students on regular basis. They now prefer Agric Sc. to Home Economics. See photos below.
  7. 7. GGSS Baga
  8. 8. GSS Kukawa
  9. 9. Government Secondary School Kukawa
  10. 10. Items for work Purchase of public Address system and secretariat machines
  11. 11. Distribution of Collapsible Plastic Vat (Fish Ponds) to five AROCs. Dumba Village
  12. 12. Govt. Girls’ Sec. Sch. Baga
  13. 13. Sabo Daba Mile 3 Village Baga
  14. 14. Govt. Secondary Sch. Kukawa
  15. 15. Conclusion  The Provost has trained one the Adopted Village desk officer, Adah Philip in feed formulation at NIFFR  This programme has just started and has the potentials to do very well in achieving the set objectives.
  16. 16. Thank you for listening