Apply for the NEPC N50billion Export Expansion Facility Programme (EEFP) 2021 for Nigerians

In line with the implementation Of the Export Expansion facility under the Federal Government’s National Economic Sustainability Plan (ESP); which incorporated the revival and launching Of the Export Development Fund (EDF) as incentive to boost export; the Nigerian Export Promotion Council is embarking in the implementation of one of its mandate of developing and promoting Non-Oil Exports through the provision of the Export Development Fund.

Export Expansion Facility Programme (EEFP), The EEFP is a scheme under the Nigerian Economic Sustainability Plan of the Federal Government of Nigeria and managed by the National Export Promotion Council.

Though Government will spend an estimated N2.3 trillion to fund the National Economic Sustainability Plan, the Export Expansion Facility programme will focus on driving economic growth through exports.

The Facility is targeted at providing support to exporters particularly Micro, Small and Medium Entrepreneurs (MSMEs).

The EDF was set up to provide technical and operational capacity to indigenous firms especially Small and Medium Enterprises(SMEs) in form of grants to expand local content and value addition to raw materials before exporting overseas. The Scheme is also designed to provide assistance in the form of reimbursable grants to Nigerian companies or entities that intend to carry out formal export of Goods and Services from Nigeria.

There are no restrictions on the EEFP. If you are a company based in Nigeria, and you produce or sell anything to customers outside Nigeria, you are an exporter, and we are here for you.

Eligibility Criteria and Requirements

If you serve export companies – or have the capacity to do so – we are also looking for you. From logistics, to training, to capacity building, to business development consulting, let us know how you can serve our exporters.”

  1. Register –  Register as an exporter or enabler.
  2. Get Verified – Your application goes through a rapid internal process, and a phone call to your company for final confirmation.
  3. Get Enrolled -If you qualify, you are automatically enrolled for one of our incentives.

Documentation Requirements

These include:
(b). Certificate of incorporation.
(c). NEPC registration certificate
(d). Tax clearance certificate
(e). Any other document that may be required

How to Apply for the Export Expansion Facility Programme (EEFP) 2021?

(i). All applications for EDF assistance, in respect of all qualified activities, must be made on the online platform that can be accessed on or
(ii). All applications must be accompanied with the necessary documents.
(iii). The application must be done between 30th March-19th April, 2021.

Application Deadline:

The submission of the application will close on 19th April 2021. For further necessary information, please visit the NEPC website or email: [email protected]

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1 thought on “Apply for the NEPC N50billion Export Expansion Facility Programme (EEFP) 2021 for Nigerians”

  1. Any update on this scheme? Many approved companies are yet to get a dime. Seems NEPC have swallowed the fund.

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