Welcome to Propcom Mai-karfi

Welcome to Propcom Mai-karfi (which means ‘stronger’) – a programme supported by the UK Government to make rural markets work for the poor.

By engaging with private sector partners and governments, Propcom Mai-karfi has set itself ambitious targets.

By 2018, Propcom Mai-karfi aims to raise the incomes of 650,000 people in northern Nigeria, half of them women.

Through its partnership approach, the programme also aims to stimulate private and public investment in the rural economy by more than £12.5 million.

Propcom Mai-karfi is an innovative, market-driven programme funded by UK aid that aims to reduce poverty in Nigeria.

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Prince Charles Visits Propcom Mai-karfi

Prince Charles Visits Propcom Mai-karfi

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Press Release: Propcom Mai-karfi, with funding from UK aid, Disburses Threshers in Niger State

Press Release: UK aid, through Propcom Mai-karfi Disburses Threshers in Niger State

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Infographic on our Activities in Kaduna State

Infographic on our Activities in Kaduna state

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  • 1 month ago

    Propcom Mai-karfi - An M4P programme in Nigeria

    Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales spent time with the Propcom Mai-karfi team and some of its partners and beneficiaries yesterday in Abuja, learning of the important work that the programme is doing in northern Nigeria. ... See MoreSee Less

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    We are hiring a Business Development Consultant and a Media Consultant. Follow the link for more information: www.propcommaikarfi.org/jobs. ... See MoreSee Less

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    2 months ago

    Propcom Mai-karfi - An M4P programme in Nigeria

    At Propcom Mai-karfi, we have reached over one million rural poor farmers and small-scale agribusiness entrepreneurs with improved access to technologies, information, goods, and services. These have contributed to thriving food production and markets. It is World Food Day today, and we are celebrating!!! ... See MoreSee Less

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