1700 Applicants Shortlisted For FGN-World Bank APPEALS Programme

Last updated on February 2nd, 2021 at 08:27 am

A total number of the 1700 applicants have been shortlisted by the FGN-World Bank programme dubbed APPEALS in Cross River State.

What’s the meaning of APPEALS?

“APPEALS” stands for Agro-Processing, Agricultural Productivity Enhancement and Livelihood Improvement Support.

It is a programme coordinated by the Federal Government of Nigeria through the Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development with financial aid and support from the World Bank.

InfomediaNG gathered that 1700 Nigerians in Cross River State will be benefiting from the programme.

5 components of APPEALS

  1. Infrastructure support
  2. Technical assistance
  3. Production and productivity enhancement
  4. Project management and coordination
  5. Value addition, post-harvest management

According to the agric ministry, APPEALS is to enhance agricultural productivity of small and medium-scale farmers and improve value addition along priority value chains in the participating states.

Infrastructure support

It aims to make available infrastructure support to agri-business clusters in order to improve the physical environment.

Technical assistance

For technical assistance, knowledge management and communication in order to build the capacity of the project staff and partner in the relevant areas of the value chain development, harness the knowledge acquired and generated under the project.

Production and productivity enhancement

Production and productivity enhancement is to increase the total supply of the targeted priority value chains with a purpose to ensure a consistent, reliable and timely stream of produce to the markets.

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Project management and coordination

APPEALS’ project management and coordination is to ensure effective management and coordination of the project for proper accomplishment of project-related goals and the achievement of the PDO.

Value addition, post-harvest management

Primary processing, value addition, post-harvest management and women and youth empowerment will support the reduction of post-harvest losses, facilitate the consolidation of produce and primary processing by farmers’ cooperative societies and small and medium-scale enterprises in project intervention areas.

We’ll keep you updated for opportunities like this. Stay tuned.


  • Opeyemi Quadri

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8 thoughts on “1700 Applicants Shortlisted For FGN-World Bank APPEALS Programme”

  1. Alfred blessing ovai

    Lost all my original credentials during the interview , did well during the screening but now not shortlisted in final list

  2. It’s also going on in Lagos State. I have been selected as one of the beneficiaries. God bless Buhari, God bless Nigeria!!

    1. Hey Tosin, We’re happy for you. And thanks for sharing the good news with the rest of Nigerians who might be interested. We talk to you later.

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