Bauchi Tops States Implementing World Bank Agric Project


The management of Agro-Climatic Resilience in Semi-Arid Landscapes (ACReSAL) has selected Bauchi State as the top implementing state among the country’s benefiting states.

The project, a multimillion-dollar World Bank initiative, aims to address climate change-related challenges affecting agricultural and food security.

Dr. Ibrahim Kabir, the state coordinator of ACReSAL, revealed this during a one-day capacity-building workshop for relevant stakeholders on land degradation in Bauchi.

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He stated that Governor Bala Abdulkadir Mohammed is the only governor to appoint a senior special adviser on ACReSAL, demonstrating the governor’s commitment to the organization’s work.

Kabir, on the other hand, stated that Bauchi has one of the highest incidences and urged local stakeholders to work together to address the problem for the benefit of the people as a whole.

He stated that the state’s ACReSAL team will begin large-scale land restoration efforts to regain important lands lost due to land degradation.

Techrectory with Agency Report.

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