Security’ said that NICOP has focused on large, medium, and small-scale businesses. There is also a focus on strengthening farmers’ and buyers’ relationship and ease of access.
She underlined the role of building resilient food systems and addressing the food security challenges in Nigeria.
The stakeholder meeting is a pre-engagement leading up to LBS’ Annual International Sustainability Conference (ISC) which will be held on Friday, November 18, 2022. The ISC is an annual dialogue-to-action forum that brings various stakeholders together to advance sustainable development through business. The platform shares knowledge and inspires business leaders to embed sustainability and responsible business practices in their strategy and operations to result in a positive impact not only on business performance but on society as well. This year the conference will
focus on the theme ‘Building Resilient Systems for Sustainable Development’ and the forum is co-convened with the
support of Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Africa, IHS (Nigeria) Limited and Shared Value Africa Initiative (SVAI).
Participants can register to attend at https://bit.ly/2022_ISC