Price stabilization / GMP through the procurement and storage of food communities

The national food and strategic reserve program contributes to ensuring food and nutrition security in Nigeria. It is implemented by the Department of Food and Strategic Reserve, which is responsible for stabilizing the prices of food commodities and maintenance/management of National/Regional Strategic Food Reserve. It is also saddled with the responsibility of constructing, rehabilitating and maintenance of Federal Government’s food storage facilities and equipment. It presently has 33 Silo Complexes and 48 Warehouses with a combined storage capacity of 1.3 million MT.

Objectif global

To prevent post-harvest losses (food and nutrition security

To prevent the first live of food relief to nations fishers or men-caused distress

To make food available of other times at affordable prices (price stability)

Objectifs spécifiques

To stabilise the prices of food commodities though fixing of Gmp

To manage the national food reserve and courts food reserve stock

To maintain all national storage and equipment

To design and develop warehouse storage

To release/distribute food commodities from the national reserve to meet emergency news and to mitigate the effects of high prices

Résultats attendus

Pre and post honest losses reduced

Increased available national food storage stock

Price stability control almost the country

Increased job creation and employment


  • Nigéria


  • Agriculture & chaînes de valeurs
  • Marchés, prix & commerce


  • Agriculteurs vulnérables

Piliers AGIR

  • Pilier 2 : Renforcer la nutrition des ménages vulnérables
  • Pilier 3 : Améliorer durablement la productivité agricole et alimentaire et les revenus des plus vulnérables et leur accès aux aliments