Like China, Nigeria has a large population. Because of their population, most of the Chinese market is in China. The Government supports farmers to grow (animals/crops) and buys off the produce from the farmers in order to package in small units for consumers.
In the Nigerian context, the government will not do this, as such; this duty should be shouldered by NGOs participating with farmers (community based) in poverty alleviation programmes. The business must be in such a way that the farmers would be thought on Enterprise curriculum in order for them to understand that their farming is a business and not just a way of life that was inherited.
At the end, the participating farmers must be made to benefit as partners through developing appropriate value chains as a network. The business would be managed by the farmers and the NGO(s) as a Social development Enterprise.