Universal access to information is a human right and “means that everyone has the right to seek, receive and impart information”. It is essential for democracy to function in societies and for the general well-being of the individual. It empowers the citizenry to participate in and exercise their political rights, promotes development and economic performance, […]

International Week of the Deaf (IWD) will henceforth be known as International Day Week of Deaf People (IWDP). This year the week-long celebration will be observed on 20 – 26 September. With this year’s theme, ‘Celebrating Thriving Deaf Communities’,  the World Foundation of the Deaf (WFD) continues its mission, which started in Italy in 1958, […]

Only 1% of Nigeria’s farmlands are irrigated. This means that farmers, mostly smallholders, do their farming during the rainy season. Unfortunately, this dependence on rainfed agriculture makes farmers vulnerable to variations in weather. In 2020, Propcom Mai-karfi went into partnership with Bols N Sels and others to pilot a business model to promote the adoption […]

Our ecosystems are under attack. Years of pollution, over-exploitation of the environment, and proliferation of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere are leading to loss of our ecosystems. Forests, farmlands, oceans, animals, plants, and others that we depend on for food, drinking water and climate protection are depleting or going extinct. This has led to this […]

Abuja (April 28, 2021) – Today, Propcom Mai-karfi met with the UK Minister for Africa, James Duddridge (MP), and the UK Prime Minister’s Special Envoy for Girls’ Education and Trade Envoy to Nigeria, Helen Grant (MP), at the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO) in Abuja. The discussion was on rural economies and pro-poor business […]


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