EK-RAAMP

Ekiti State Rural Access and Agricultural Marketing Project

Improve Rural Roads

Provision of rural access and transportation system that will facilitate the delivery of agricultural inputs and products

Rural/Urban Access Roads

Enhance rural transportation and connecting farms to rural agro-marketing centres and sustainable management of the rural and state road networks

Road Networks

Road networks curb post-harvest losses and encourage a shift from subsistence to commercial agriculture

Support Agricultural Marketing

Strengthening the financing and institutional base for rural and state road networks

Marketing Logistics Intervention

Support agro-logistics intervention that will reduce post-harvest losses

Improve Farmers Livelihood

Improve the livelihood of small holding farmers and micro agro-processors

Agro-technology Base

Adopt better technology to scale up rural agric production

Strengthening Financial Base

Increase the price of agricultural and livestock produce through value addition while generating employment for the youth thereby reducing poverty and joblessness

Service Base

Services and technology that will increase productivity and production

580 KM

Prioritized Roads

16 LGAs

Across Ekiti State

25.55 KM

Pilot Roads

Ekiti Compensates 74 Farmers, Begins Construction of Rural Roads

The Ekiti State Government has compensated no fewer than 74 farmers, whose cash crops will be affected by the construction of six recently unveiled rural road projects in different parts of the state. This was revealed in a statement by the Coordinator of Ekiti State Rural Access and Agricultural Marketing Project (EK-RAAMP), Mr. Sunday Adunmo yesterday, disclosing that the farmers received N2.857 million as Continue reading...

Govenor Fayemi flags off construction of 1,000 rural roads in Ekiti

There was excitement in many communities across the three senatorial districts of Ekiti State on Thursday as Governor Kayode Fayemi flagged off Continue reading...

Fayemi flags off construction of 1,000 rural roads in Ekiti

In a bid to expand the economic base of Ekiti State through increased rural access and communication, Governor Kayode Fayemi on Thursday flagged off the construction of 1,000 kilometres of rural roads in the state Continue reading...

SPIU Responsibilities

The State Project Implementation Unit (SPIU) comprises core operational staff which is headed by the State Project Coordinator (SPC).

Overseeing technical specification for the procurement of necessary IT hardware, software, applications and the materials to be procured. Also, evaluate project’s progress against targeted outcomes and impact.

Monitoring components of the projects and generation of project specific information on progress, procedures and performance.

Financial management, coherent filing system to include procurement preparation, contract management, correspondence, claims and reports.

EK-RAAMP to improve rural access, transportation systems and agricultural marketing in Ekiti State
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Improve Rural Roads

Provision of rural access and transportation system that will facilitate the delivery of agricultural inputs

Support Agricultural Marketing

Strengthening the financing and institutional base for rural and state road network sustainability

Strengthening Financial Base

Increase the price for agricultural and livestock produces through value addition while generate employment for the youth thereby reducing poverty and joblessness

Contact Us

Don't hesitate to contact us

Address: Old Ministry of Finance Building, Governor's Office, Ado- Ekiti, Ekiti State.

Phone: +234 (0)806 651 3177
Email: info@ekitiraamp.org   ekitiraamp@gmail.com

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