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WELCOME

TO

NALDA


At the National Agricultural Land Development Authority, under the Presidency, we are saddled with the mandate of harnessing the full potentials of the vast arable lands in Nigeria, empowering small Holder and large Scale Farmers and mechanize, support the drive for Food and Fiber security while assisting in diversifying the nation's economy, improving household incomes and enhancing revenue mobilization and generation nationwide.

We must Produce What we Eat and Eat What we Produce.

President Muhammadu Buhari

What We Do

Land Survey / Acquisition and Allocation

In our quest to harness the vast potentials of the Nigerian Land, we are tasked with acquiring, surveying, and parcelling lands to farmers, the more farmers we have cultivating, the higher our economic output as a nation.

Subsidy & Grant Distribution

For new and old farmers, we are required to provide assistance in allocating subsidies and grants to farmers, we are mandated to give Technical Support, and subsidies to mechanize farming operations in the Nigerian farm lands.

Youth and Women Empowerment

We believe that the future belong to the youth, and the importance of making agriculture attractive to our citizens, especially the youth is not lost on us, we believe in catching them young, and in that spirit we organize seminars and workshops to teach new and innovative farming techniques.

Our Programmes

In accordance with our mandate, we have set up some programmes to hit the ground running in fulfilling our mandate

National Young Farmers Scheme

Under this programme, NALDA will focus on encouraging the Nigerian youth to participate in agriculture. This projects final goal would be to encourage, empower and guide 1000 farmers from each of the 774 LGAs in Nigeria each year. This programme is intended to cut accross all facets of agriculture. The Pilot programme will start with empowering 100 young farmers from 3 LGAs in 16 states of the country for a total of 4,800 new young farmers, including the FCT.

Women In Agriculture

At NALDA, we believe that women are an integral part of the workforce, and so we intend to empower women in agriculture. We plan to profile, engage and train women to take part in fish farming and aquaculture. We will provide the feeds, the medicines and access to clean water to ensure optimal production. We will also empower Processors to help process the outputs according to domestic and international standards.

Back to Farm Initiative

Under this initiative, we intend to drum up awareness in the populace, highlighting the importance of going back to the farm, as farming the NALDA way has been made attractive by incorporating new and innovative methods of farming. We will be in cahoots with various paramilitary outfits in the country, along with our NYSC, and various professionals and associations.

Agro Input Intervention

This intervention will be geared towards active farmers to help them expand, we will provide subsidies in collaboration with the Agricultural Development Project, Value Chain Actors, State Ministries of Agriclture and Co-operative bodies.

Frequently Asked Questions


NALDA (National Agricultural Land Development Authority), is a body established in 1992 but it went into extinction in 2000. However under the administration of the President Muhammadu Buhari, it was revived to carry out its mandate of developing rural communities through agriculture and to make agriculture a business and a source of wealth creation for the country.
NALDA intends to provide food security for the populace of the country, and inadvertently provide Jobs and meaningful engagements for the youth. We also intend to reduce the bar of entering agriculture as a farmer by providing subsidies and grants to increase output.
The following programmes are currently running under the NALDA initiative:
  • National Young Farmers Scheme
  • Volunteer Programme
  • Back to Farm Initiative
  • Agro Input Initiative
Under the National Young Farmers Scheme, we intend to inject 774,000 new farmers into the agricultural sector. We are currnetly running a pilot programme that involves 100 farmers from each of the 774 LGAs of the country. For more information about this scheme visit a NALDA office closest to you.
Under the Volunteer Programme, we intend to engage 5 graduate volunteers from each state of country including the FCT, to be pioneers in establishing the NALDA network and help interface with the farmers to carry out our mandate. For more information visit a NALDA office closest to you.
The Back to Farm initiative is a programme designed to raise public awareness about the NALDA initiative and its mandate to make agriculture attractive to the youth, and engage farmers across all facets of agriculture.For more information visit a NALDA office closest to you.
You can go to the Contact Section of this site, and find the contact information of a NALDA State office close to you.
Our Social handles are available in the contact section of this site, and the addresses of our state offices are given below.
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HQ Address: 3A, Third Floor, Phase 1, Federal Secretariat Complex, Abuja FCT.

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Our State Presence

We are currently in the following states below:

S/No State Address
1. Imo Along Okigwe Road, Owerri. Behind Former F.S.P Ugwu Orji, Owerri, Imo State
2. Kaduna G11, Jalo Road, Unguwan Kanawa, near NDA Bus Stop, Kaduna State
3. Abia ADP Bus Stop, KM 3 Umuahia, Owerri Road, Umuahia, Abia State
4. Enugu Plot 16, republic Layout, Independence Layout, Enugu State.
5. Borno No 10 Mohammed Goni Road, Old GRA Maidugri, Borno State
6. Bauchi No 4 Ahmadu Bello Way, Opposite NUJ Secretariat, Bauchi State
7. Kogi Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, KM 4, Ganaja-Ajaokuta road, Lokoja, Kogi State
8. Kwara Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Old Jebba Road, Adjacent to KWADP Before Kulende Junction, Sango, Ilorin, Kwara State
9. Adamawa No 2 Gimba Road by Fireservice Headquarters Off Bank road, Jimeta-Yola, Adamawa State
10. Delta No 9B Johnson Duku Crescent, off High Court Road, G.R.A Effurun, Delta State
11. Lagos Ministry of Works Building, Tafawa Balewa Square, 8th Floor, Lagos State
12. Sokoto NALDA State Office, Plot 85 Mabera Behind Federal Government College, Sokoto State.
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