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performance of public agricultural programmes in Nigeria

C. I. Agbo

performance of public agricultural programmes in Nigeria

a case study of OFN

by C. I. Agbo

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Published by Institute for Agricultural Research, Ahmadu Bello University in Zaria, Nigeria .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Nigeria
    • Subjects:
    • Operation Feed the Nation (Nigeria) -- Evaluation.,
    • Food supply -- Government policy -- Nigeria -- Evaluation.,
    • Agriculture and state -- Nigeria -- Evaluation.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 31).

      StatementC.I. Agbo.
      SeriesSamaru miscellaneous paper ;, 123
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD9017.N52 A62 1988
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiv, 31 p. ;
      Number of Pages31
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1600584M
      LC Control Number91135435

      A look at the type of agricultural education studied in Nigeria's public school system shows a glaring default. It is taken as one of the grammar school subjects. Learning is mental and with no direct applica­ tion to food production and hunger in Nigeria, Agricultural science introduced in the secondary school curriculum in the early sixties is.   Lessons from agricultural policies and programmes in nigeria 1. Journal of Law, Policy and Globalization N (Paper) ISSN (Online)Vol 5, Lessons from Agricultural Policies and Programmes in Nigeria Iwuchukwu J.C. and Igbokwe E.M. Department of Agricultural Extension, University of Nigeria, Nsukka.

      Nigeria’s food security challenges will grow with its population. At current food production growth rates, Nigeria remains unable to feed its population. Production will have to expand at a higher rate. Nigeria’s urban population has outstripped the rural population. This File Size: KB. Impact of Agricultural Development Project (ADP) in Kogi State, Nigeria” meets the requirements of the regulations governing the award of Master of Science Degree of Ahmadu Bello University, and is approved for its contribution to knowledge and literary presentation. Dr. B. F. Okeshola Date Chairperson, Supervisory CommitteeFile Size: KB.

      To link to the entire object, paste this link in email, IM or document To embed the entire object, paste this HTML in website To link to this page, paste this link in email, IM or document To embed this page, paste this HTML in website. Public spending on agriculture in Nigeria The recently completed Public Expenditure Review (World Bank, ) for Nigeria reports that agricultural spending averaged only percent of total federal spending over the study period (), lagging behind spending in other key sectors such as education, health, and water.


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Performance of public agricultural programmes in Nigeria by C. I. Agbo Download PDF EPUB FB2

Building on the work of earlier studies that looked at trends in and returns to federal public expenditures on agriculture in Nigeria, this paper explores spending patterns at the sub-national state level over a nine-year period, as well as trends in agricultural and economic performance and indicators of household welfare.

the agricultural subsector in Nigeria was made by the Federal Government in the – development plan with the provision of six million naira (N6m) for the development of that sector of the economy (FMED, ).File Size: KB. Appendix B. Donor Support to Agriculture in Nigeria 74 Appendix C.

Classification of Public Expenditure in Agriculture 82 Appendix D. Breakdown of Capital Spending on Agriculture 84 Appendix E. Impacts of Agricultural Research and Extension Programs in Nigeria 96 Appendix F. The Policy Framework for Agriculture in Nigeria 98 References.

Cited by: The report reviews the performance of the agriculture sector in Nigeria in the to period in order to identify key areas for the attention of stakeholders in the Nigeria Agriculture.

agriculture and economic growth revealed that poor performance of economic growth in an economy especially, in the developing economies is due to slump in agricultural sector performance. Agricultural sector in Nigeria has overtime become an important sector of the economy.

It has remained the main sector of Nigerian. Regional comparison of farmers’ participation in Nigeria’s fertilizer subsidy program, / 71 Comparison of share of agriculture in total public spending in Nigeria by level of government, – 74 Agricultural public expenditure as percentage of gross domestic product in Nigeria, – 75 Comparison of Cited by: 7.

Evaluation of Agricultural Sector’s Performance Agriculture’s Share of the Gross Domestic Product In the – 69 period, the agricultural sector’s share of which will ensure that agricultural resources and services are directed to small-scale farmers with a view toFile Size: KB.

For instance, the ban on importation of malted barley used mainly in the brewing industries, the industries in Nigeria automatically resorted to the use of maize as alternative. Cassava is one of the most staple food crops in many households in Nigeria.

Nigeria is the largest producer of cassava in the Size: 80KB. Nigeria’s agricultural policy comprises of the framework and action plans of government designed to achieve overall agricultural growth and development. The agricultural policies in Nigeria affected the level of financial deepening of the country and the relevance of the financial system to economic development (Nzotta & Okereke, ).

Agricultural Policy and Budget Analysis in Nigeria (): Perspectives and Implications for SLISSFAN Project States1 Report Submitted to OXFAM GB NIGERIA April 1 by Dr. Dom Okoro (Socioeconomic Rights Initiative, SERI, Lagos) and Mr.

Oliver C. Ujah (African Institute for Applied Economics, AIAE, Enugu). Programmes in Nigeria. The CPF for Nigeria describes FAO’s medium term assistance priorities and results, derived from nationally defined priorities and objectives, to be achieved over the five-year period of the country’s programming cycle ().

The rationale for these five priority areas stems from the national commitment to attaining sustainable national food and security nutrition, as well as re-positioning agriculture.

the Agricultural Development Programme (ADP) in the case of Nigeria. Studies and critiques have shown that the T and V have not met user demand for appropriate content and appropriate learning methods (Omotayo, ).

Anderson and Feder () observed that “despite the fact that public financing for extension isFile Size: KB. The CPF for Nigeria describes FAO’s medium term assistance priorities and results, derived from nationally defined priorities and objectives, to be achieved over the five-year period of the country’s programming cycle ().

policy advice mainstreaming decent employment in agricultural policies and programmes for youth and women. performance with regard to extension effectiveness indicators, especially with regard to farming systems research and farmer training programmes, which have been identified as weak links in the agricultural extension delivery in Nigeria.

This could be attributed in part to. impact of public agricultural expenditure on agricultural output in Nigeria. The paper is organized as follows: first, the introduction, following is the literature review and theoretical framework.

Third, the methodology and model estimation are discussed. Fourth is File Size: KB. Nigeria's economic growth. Agriculture contributes 40% of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and employs about 70% of the working population in Nigeria (CIA, ).

Agriculture is also the largest economic activity in the rural area where almost 50% of the population lives. Nigeria suffers from the resource curse4 (Aluko, ; Otaha, File Size: KB. factors identified as constraints to agricultural development in Nigeria.

The study recommends among others, maintenance of stable and favourable exchange rate regime, and the pursuance of programmes that will bolster partnerships between research institutions and other stakeFile Size: KB. Programmes to improve soil fertility, environmentally sound agricultural pest control and improvements in water management in agriculture (Chapter IV, 40(o) & (b)); Improving access to.

This research work assesses the impact of agricultural policies on Nigerian economy. The study covered the key issues on Nigerian agricultural policies especially as it concerned the formulation and implementation of agricultural policies and programmes as well as their achievements in the agricultural sector in Size: KB.

Abstract This report summarizes the findings of the Nigeria Agriculture Public Expenditure Review (NAGPER).

The NAGPER was undertaken to achieve four main objectives: (i) establish a robust data base on public expenditure in the agricultural sector; (ii) diagnose the level and composition of agricultural spending in the recent past; (iii) understand the budget processes that determine.

infl uence on agricultural performance in Nigeria. However, empirical studies on this issue so far have remained scanty. Also, none of these research works has deeply used all the variables of interest and approaches as being applied in this article to analyse the performance of agriculture in Nigeria.

Thus, this contribution bridges the by: 1.17 Adoption of Agricultural Technologies by Rural Women under the Women-in-Agriculture Program in Nigeria D.

S. Ugwu 18 Electrical Power Utilities and Technological Capacity Building in Sub-Saharan Africa Brew-Hammond 19 Investigation into Factors that Influence the Diffusion and AdoptionFile Size: KB.Impacts of Agricultural Development Programme (ADP) on Rural Dwellers in Nigeria: A Study of Isan-Ekiti Dare Ojo, Omonijo Corresponding Author, Registrar’s Office, Covenant University P.

M. B.Ota, Ogun-State, Southwest Nigeria, Africa E-mail:[email protected] Tel: + &