A Non-Governmental Organisation, Young Men Christian Association (YMCA), in collaboration with the Association of Small Scale Agro Producers in Nigeria (ASSAPIN) have trained 65 women in Nasarawa State on climate change solutions and how to cope with the global contemporary situation.
Adamu explained that climate change is a tropical issue that affects everybody in the world which is why the YMCA, in collaboration with African Activist for Climate Change organised a train trainee programme for women and youths on value chain diversification In agriculture to mitigate change and also prepare farmers to make choices In taking other decisions.
Speaking at the event one of the resource persons, Dr. Vincent Aya, who also duel on the topic “value chain/diversification in agriculture to mitigate climate change in Nasarawa state” reiterated that since human needs are insatiable and climate change has come to stay, there is every need to accommodate it and employ other alternatives.
Executive secretary of the organization, Ango Adams, made this known during a one-day sensitisation workshop on value chain diversication in agriculture in Lafia the Nasarawa State capital.
“Now we are trying to encourage our participants not to give up but also make a do with other means to improve their resources knowing too well that the change has come to stay” he added.
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