• labs.nqi-nigeria.org
  • ABUJA, 18 August 2015
  • Improved Quality, Safety, Integrity and Marketability of Nigerian goods and services
  • Laboratory E-Portal
  • Melon seeds popularly called ‘egusi’ are highly prone to mould infestation that produce aflatoxins. The NQIP aims to demonstrate the benefits of utilisation of the quality infrastructure to fight the mycotoxin.


20 June 2017 - Abuja, Nigeria

UNIDO joined SON and other relevant public and private stakeholders in celebrating the fifth African Day of Standardisation (ADS), in Abuja.

June 9 2017 - Abuja, Nigeria

Nigeria National Accreditation Service (NiNAS) joined the global accreditation community on 9 June, in Abuja, to celebrate the tenth World Accreditation Day (WAD).

29 - 30 May 2017  -  Kaduna, Nigeria

The fourth session of the Quality Award National Committee held on 29 and 30 May, 2017, in Kaduna.

Stakeholders along the food supply chain in two (2) Nigerian geopolitical zones of South West and South-South, have committed to best practices in maintaining quality and safety, within the context of the National Food Safety Policy.

On the 20th of April 2017, The first Nigeria Quality Award was formally launched to invite interested organisations to apply for any of the four levels of the award.

We are pleased to share with you the first two videos for the National Quality Infrastructure Project for Nigeria (NQIP).

Wednesday, 08 February 2017

LAGOS, 8 February 2017 – The interconnection between food safety, public health, investment and food trade was examined at the first Nigerian Food Safety and Investment Forum which concluded today in Lagos, Nigeria

The NQI Project released to its stakeholders, this quarter, a review of the steps taken to boost the export of Nigerian products and the competitiveness of Nigerian enterprises.

ABUJA, 9 November 2016 – 

The Federal Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment of Nigeria today applauded the results of a National Quality Infrastructure (NQI) project on supporting Nigeria’s performance within the international trade framework

28 June - 30 June, 2016 - Abuja, Nigeria

Aimed to to develop the basic competence of CPC staff regarding three standards that would subsequently lead to training of trainer (ToT) courses