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Agribusiness investments on th e lakaji corridor p romising opportunities and shared value august 28 2 9 2013 abuja nigeria

Agribusiness Investments on the LAKAJI Corridor:Promising Opportunities and Shared ValueAugust 28-29, 2013Abuja, Nigeria


Presentation overview

Presentation Overview

  • Background: LAKAJI Agricultural Corridor Assessment

  • Overview of Findings

  • Corridor Approach

  • Investment Opportunities

  • Next Steps


Background nextt lakaji corridor assessment

Background: NEXTT LAKAJI Corridor Assessment

  • Nigeria Expanded Trade and Transport (NEXTT) Program

  • Lagos-Kano-Jibiya (LAKAJI) Corridor

  • Over 100 meetings: public, private, development partners


Objectives nextt lakaji corridor assessment

Objectives: NEXTT LAKAJI Corridor Assessment

Assess production, logistics, services, and infrastructure investment needs for stimulating investments

Identify attractive, commercially-viable investment opportunities with potential for high-impact results

Profile exemplary investment opportunities, complementary investments, and financing needs


Assessment findings lakaji corridor features

Assessment Findings: LAKAJI Corridor Features

Geographic Regions: North, Middle Belt, South

Value Chains and Product Areas (Domestic and Export)

Farming & Processing

(Farm to Fork)


Assessment findings high potential value chains

Assessment Findings: High-Potential Value Chains

  • Domestic Market

  • Export Potential

  • Cashew

  • Cocoa

  • Sesame

  • Shea

  • Cotton

  • Spices

  • Agric. equipment/ implements

  • Rice

  • Maize

  • Soybean

  • Cassava

  • Sorghum

  • Cotton

  • Tomato

  • Yams

  • Fruits and Vegetables

  • Honey

  • Juices

  • Processed Foods

  • Aquaculture

  • Poultry

  • Inputs (seeds; fertilizer)


Assessment findings complementary needs for attracting investments

Assessment Findings: Complementary Needs for Attracting Investments

  • Infrastructure (roads, rail, power, water, connectivity)

  • Efficient transport and logistics

  • Warehousing and storage

  • Market Information

  • Capital

  • Food Safety/Standards

  • Enabling Policy


Vision for the lakaji agricultural growth corridor

Vision for the LAKAJI Agricultural Growth Corridor

  • 8 States

  • Focus on domestic & export market potential

  • Cluster approach

  • Small holder integration

  • Value-added processing

  • Efficient logistics

  • Infrastructure

  • Business development services


Investment profiles 33 exemplary cases for immediate and viable agribusiness investments

Investment Profiles: 33 “Exemplary Cases” for immediate and viable agribusiness investments

Info Included:

  • Market Opportunity and Investment Needed

  • Enabling Environment


Investment profiles kano tomato factory profile top

Investment Profiles: Kano Tomato Factory – Profile Top


Opportunities identified projects by functional area

Opportunities Identified: Projects by Functional Area

  • Abundant production and processing opportunities on the Corridor


Opportunities identified functional areas value chains

Opportunities Identified: Functional Areas & Value Chains


Opportunities identified financing needs

Opportunities Identified: Financing Needs

Size: $100K – $130M, median value $5M to $10M

Deal Types: ManyGreenfield and Joint Venture Opportunities


Example cluster niger state

Example Cluster: Niger State


Additional illustrative i nvestment opportunities

Additional Illustrative Investment Opportunities

Oyo poultry feed + poultry farming & processing in Lagos

Cassava farming and processing in Ogun State

Vegetable oil mill in Kano (maize, cotton seed, peanuts)

Cashew production, processing and export in Oyo

Rice production in Kwara

Farmnet Commodities Exchange Platform


Next steps

NEXT STEPS:

  • Creation of Lakaji Corridor Agribusiness Advisory Council

  • Establish Project Development “Facility”

  • Align Public & Private Sector Interests & Funding

  • Develop Pipeline of Potential Projects

  • Jumpstart Investments


Agribusiness investments on th e lakaji corridor p romising opportunities and shared value august 28 2 9 2013 abuja nigeria

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