Community Support: FREE MILLING.


Posted on: Sun, Jun 2019

Amazing, cost of milling is totally free, but he makes money by selling the chaff which customers leave behind.

Mr. Temitayo Omole, EU Delegate, Mr. Constant Tchona, Oxfam Nigeria Interim Country Director with Ruth Dul, CRUDAN Executive Director and  Polina Rak, Oxfam Grant Manager from Oxford , interacting with one of the beneficiary of milling machine  in Dirbishi Community of Mubi south LGA. The beneficiary  expressed gratitude to EU ,Oxfam and CRUDAN  for their great support . He further mentioned how milling  is done for free in exchange for the chaff which eventually is sold for the purpose of feeding their livestocks. In addition he said, amount generated  from the sales of chaffs is able to pay the salaries of two of his employees and also covers other overhead cost.

CRUDAN is working to reduce poverty in Adamawa State.


Posted on: Mon, Jun 2019

One of the PROACT Project Beneficiaries.

The woman is one of the PROACT Project Beneficiaries. She initially started business with two cows but now has six cows each is around N120, 000. This is a great impact! CRUDAN is working to reduce poverty in Adamawa State.

GOING LOCAL - STRENGTHENING HUMANITARIAN CAPACITY THROUGH PARTNERSHIPS


Posted on: Fri, Nov 2019

WORKING TOGETHER

Over the years, CRUDAN’s experience in humanitarian response was limited. However, when armed conflict broke out in northern Nigeria, both CRUDAN and Tearfund wanted to respond to the emergency needs of the communities affected. So they found a new way of working together – Tearfund would support CRUDAN to strengthen its humanitarian response capacity. 

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