First Batch Enumerators Will Round-up Capturing July 16th-FmardSpace

The first batch of Enumerators

The Agricultural for Food  and Jobs  Plan (AFJP) is a joint project of the Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (FMARD) in conjunction with the Project for Agricultural Co -ordination and Planning (PACE), which aims to increase locally grown food supply, create employment opportunities in the agriculture sector and  export  surplus using  existing agreements  will round-up capturing for batch A enumerators mid Julyn 2020, all applicants to resubmit their “Captured Data” in the ODK App Urgently

The first batch of enumerator will be through with the exercise and must submit their farms or farmers captured within the specified period or lose their allowances to delay-FMARD warned

 Remunerators will Get N500 for Each VALIDATED farmer/farm captured

Remuneration will follow Immediately

Your remuneration is based on the number of surveys successfully submitted.

A total of Five Hundred Naira (N500) is available for each VALIDATED farmer/farm captured in two tranches.

N250 for each submitted farmer/farm data at the end of every week and a balance of N250 in 30 days after the exercise is closed.


This period is to validate the authenticity of the information submitted. Specific emphasis is placed on the quality and integrity of the data captured by you.

Criteria for Validation:

The data to be captured comprise of the ‘farmer’ details and the ‘farm’ as detailed in the ODK collection app. Please submit only genuine data as this determines your final payment.

The Farmer must be a real farmer as well as his/her farm where you registered him/he.

The personal information about the farmer/farm must not be forged (if we discover the data is forged, it will be disqualified, and payment will not be made for it).


To participate, please click on this link to complete the engagement form within 24 hours on receipt of this letter


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