Journal of
Agricultural Extension and Rural Development

  • Abbreviation: J. Agric. Ext. Rural Dev
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 2141-2170
  • DOI: 10.5897/JAERD
  • Start Year: 2009

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Institutional challenges in smallholders’ commercialization: The Case of Mieso and Gumbi-Bordode Districts of West Hararghe Zone, Oromia National Regional State, Ethiopia

Commercial transformation of subsistence farming is crucial pathway towards economic growth more specifically smallholders’ commercialization. The major objective of this study was identify institutional challenges in smallholders’ commercialization in Mieso and Gumbi-Bordode districts of West Hararghe Zone, Oromia National Regional State, Ethiopia. Principal component analysis of multivariate data reduction technique was...

Author(s):Kiniso Aman, Fekadu Beyene, Jema Haji, Jemal Yousuf

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Economic loss of dairy cattle poor reproductive performance in central highlands of Ethiopia

The main objective of this study was to quantify the economic loss due to delayed conception in dairy cows and heifers in central highlands of Ethiopia using a data collected from 298 randomly selected dairy farmers of Oromia and Amhara national regional states. The study covered two zones of Oromia (Finfine special zone and North Shoa) and one zone of Amhara (North Shoa). A three-stage sampling technique was employed to...

Author(s):Diro Samuel, Mamo Tadele, Getahun Wudineh, Mebtatu Takele, Musemma Rehima

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Survey on Indigenous Knowledge of Farmers in Identifying Enset Varieties at Labu Koromo Kebele in Dore Woreda, Sidama Zone

Enset is a multipurpose of which every part is thoroughly utilized, cultivated, as a food and crop only in Ethiopia, particularly in the southern and southwestern parts of the country with the main objective of this research is to assess the indigenous knowledge of farmers for identifying the different enset varieties grown in Labu Koromo kebele, Dore woreda. The data were collected using open and close ended...

Author(s):Tiruha Karssa and Huwatu Darebo

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Utilization of extension services and performance of hybrid sweet potato projects in Kenya: a case of Njoro sub-county, Nakuru County

This study sought to establish the influence of utilization of extension services on performance of hybrid sweet potato projects in Kenya: A case of Njoro Sub-County, Nakuru County. The study was grounded on the theory of collective action. The philosophical underpinning of this study was pragmatism where a mixed method approach was used in a descriptive survey study design. The target population of this study was a sample...

Author(s):Duncan Mwaniki Taiti, Angeline Mulwa, Naomi Gikonyo

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Socioeconomic and demographic predictors for adoption of new sugarcane varieties in Nandi County, Kenya

Despite there being high demand for sugarcane products globally, low yielding varieties in Kenya persist. A study was conducted in Nandi, Kenya to assess age, level of education, gender, level of awareness, price of produce & cost of changing to new varieties, perception of risks, planting materials and scale of farm operations as predictors of adoption for new sugarcane varieties. Purposive and multistage sampling...

Author(s):Joseph Kipkorir Cheruiyot

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Assessment of Market Participation and Market Orientation of Smallholder teff Producers in Jamma District, South Wollo Zone, Ethiopia

Selling of staple food crop is the most common method of earning cash income in Ethiopia. Among the staple crops, teff (Eragrostis teff) has become the essential source of income for farmers and market oriented crop in the country. But there is scanty of literature and no study has been conducted in the study area on this topic. Hence, this study was initiated with the aim of assessing the level of teff supplied to the...

Author(s):Getachew Eshetu, Tesfaye Lemma

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Effects of socio-economic characteristics on training needs of cocoa farmers on good agricultural practices in Ondo State, Nigeria

The effects of socio-economic characteristics of cocoa farmers on training needs on Good Agricultural Practices is the focus of this study. The study was conducted in Ondo state, South-Western Nigeria. A total of 294 cocoa farmers were the sample size of the study, these were selected through a multi-stage sampling procedure. Information were gathered from the respondents through pretested and validated interview schedule....

Author(s):Abiodun Oladele Akinmolafe, Adedayo Olufemi Ajayi

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Factors Affecting Smallholder Farmers Participation in Irrigation and its Effect on Income Generation: the Case of Shashogo District of Hadiya Zone, Southern Ethiopia

The existing irrigation development in Ethiopia, as compared to the resources potential that the country has, is not significant. Study area has also underutilized irrigation potential. This study was carried out to analyze the factors affecting smallholder farmer’s participation in small scale irrigation and its effect on farmer’s income in the Shashogo district of Hadiya zone, Southern Ethiopia. The primary data was...

Author(s):Degefe Darago and Degineh Lagiso

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Local appropriation of socio-technical innovation: Case study of the shared mechanisation in Benin

The paper explored different processes of appropriation that sustain experiences of shared mechanisation in Benin. It analyzed the links between groups’ homogeneity, the member’s representations of shared mechanisation and the processes of setting cost recovery rules for sustainable utilization of farm equipments. We identified some gaps between formal and applied rules in cooperatives and revealed that controlling...

Author(s):Ismail Moumouni-Moussa

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Estimation of Executive Extension Needs of Rural Women in The Field of Rationalizing Food Consumption Using Broach's

Empowering rural women and girls is not only a fundamental need for agricultural development but also one of the most prominent components of social and economic progress and sustainable development in general. Search data gathered through the questionnaire, the interview with 120 properly addressed, after compiling the data are encoded and discharged and scheduling to fit the statistical analysis methods used, and used...

Author(s):Jasim Mohammed Saleh, and Adel Ibrahim Alhamoly

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Understanding Drivers of Push-Pull Technology Dis-adoption in Homa Bay County, Kenya

Push-pull technology has been widely disseminated in developing countries for effective control of stem borers, fall army worm and striga weed, and to improve soil fertility towards the realization of economic, livelihood and environmental benefits of the smallholder farmers that continuously practice it. Despite the extensive literature on PPT adoption, little is known about what drives farmers to keep using or abandon...

Author(s):Robert Ouko Gwada, Hillary Kiplangat Bett and Kenneth Waluse Sibiko

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Income shocks and child labor: evidence for the rural Dominican Republic

Child labor is a social problem with economic consequences for the growth and development of countries in the short and long term, affecting children's physical and mental development because it interferes with their future wages. This article aims to assess how negative income shocks and economic assets are associated with child labor in the Dominican Republic. This issue is particularly important in the rural area, which...

Author(s):Eva Rodríguez Cuevas and Lorena Vieira Costa

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Rural Households’ Food Security Status and Coping Strategies for Seasonal Food Shortage: The Case of South Achefer Woreda, North Western Ethiopia

The aim of this study was to assess rural households’ food security status, its determinants and food insecurity coping strategies practiced by rural households in South Achefer woreda, North Western Ethiopia. A three stage sampling method was employed to select sample households. First, the woreda was stratified based on agro ecology in to three; in the second stage four kebeles out of 18 were randomly selected. Finally,...

Author(s):Metadel Fekad Malede, Tesfaye Lemma and Girma Teshome

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Does Adoption of Sustainable Land Management Practices Payoff? Empirical Evidence from Bassonaworana District, Ethiopia

The study estimates a multinomial endogenous switching regression model of adoption of sustainable land management practices (SLMPs) and their impacts on crop income by applying a counterfactual analysis using a cross-sectional survey of 354 farm households and 1305 plots from Basonaworana district, Ethiopia. The results come up with four major findings. First, implementations of SLMPs either in combination or standalone...

Author(s):Kidane Tafa Teka, Bamlaku Alamriew Alemu and Aklilu Amsalu Taye

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Evaluating Nationally Released Tef Varieties for Yield and Yield Related Traits in North Western Tigray, North Ethiopia, 2018

Currently tef (Eragrostis tef (Zucc.) Totter) is becoming the most preferred crop both for consumption and market value. However, its production and productivity is still very low due to traditional agronomic practices, nutrient deficiencies, and lack of improved varities and susceptibility of the crop to lodging. The current trial was carried out during 2017 and 2018 cropping seasons in Medebay zana district’s onstation...

Author(s):Hailegebrial K., Chekole N., Redae W., and W/gerima G.

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Land Degradation and Possible Mitigation Measures in Ethiopia: A Review

Land degradation is considered to be an important topic of the 21st century, which is associated with the decline in soil fertility has become a serious threat to agricultural productivity in Sub-Saharan Africa. Land degradation is widely recognized as reducing agricultural potential and continuing food insecurity and rural poverty. The economy of Ethiopia is mainly based on agriculture; Ethiopia has experienced...

Author(s):Belay Asnake

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Challenges and Opportunities of Information and Communication Technologies for Dissemination of Agricultural Information in Ethiopia

This review paper analyzes the challenge and opportunities of information and communication technology for dissemination of agricultural information in Ethiopia. Understanding the challenges and opportunities of information and communication technologies enables to solve the problem of information problem to smallholder farmers through implementing ICT- related agricultural extension system. The data that are collected,...

Author(s):Abebaw Abebe

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On Farm Evaluation of Breeding Practices, Productive and Reproductive Performance of Dairy Cows in Gimbi District, West Wollega Zone, Oromia, Ethiopia

The study was aimed with on farm evaluation of breeding practices, productive and reproductive performance of dairy cows at Gimbi district, West Wollega Zone from four representative kebeles by selecting a total of 120 households who involved in dairy cows production. The data were collected by household survey, personal observation, focus group discussion and key informant interview like methods and seasons of breeding,...

Author(s):Amanuel Bekuma

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Enhancement of Rice Production through on Farm Popularization of Maitsebri-2 Improved Rice Variety in North Western Tigray, Northern Ethiopia

For improving food security and income of the smallholder farmers in Tigray regional state, Shire Maytsebri Agricultural Research Center is executing different researches on rice. In 2016 Shire Maytsebri Agricultural Research Center has been released one improved rice variety which was named as (Maitsebri-2 rice variety). The main objective of this research was to enhance rice production in the area through demonstrating...

Author(s):Teklemariam Abadi, Desale Gebretsadik and Daniel Desta

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The status of forest beekeeping and its challenge in Benishangul Gumuz regional state, Ethiopia

In the region concerning on the status of forest beekeeping production system their is no enough information. The objective of the study was to assess the status of forest beekeeping and related challenge faced by the beekeepers in three district of Benishangul Gumuz. Through systematic random sampling method 167 households were selected and data collected through structured interview schedule. The collected data were...

Author(s):Alayu Tarekegn

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Factors Influencing Adoption of Improved Maize Seed Varieties among Smallholder Farmers in Kaduna State, Nigeria

This study ascertained factors influencing adoption of improved maize seed varieties in three local government areas of Kaduna State, North-central Nigeria. It collected cross-sectional data for a sample of 180 randomly selected farming households across three local government areas of the State in 2015/16. Both descriptive and inferential analyses were performed on the data. The descriptive statistics differentiated...

Author(s):Oluwatoyin Bukola Chete

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An empirical investigation into the existence of economically sustainable alternatives and livelihoods to tobaco growing in Maracha District in Uganda

The general objective of the study was to identify the possible viable alternative livelihoods to tobacco growing. The secondary objectives were to investigate the impacts of tobacco growing in Maracha District, and to find out why farmers in Maracha District are heavily reliant on tobacco growing. A case study research strategy was employed in which data were collected using questionnaires and interviews from 164...

Author(s):John Baptist Kowa, Aziz Wakibi and Muse ma Tairi

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Improvement on the livelihood of small holder farmers through scaling up improved Chickpea varieties with its production package in Vertisols areas of North Shewa

Chickpea (Cicer arietinum) is an ancient crop that belongs to the legume family. It is a high-value pulse crop that is adapted to deep black soils in cool semi-arid areas of tropics, sub-tropics as well as temperate area. These activities were conducted in the vertisols areas of North shewa Amhara Region of Ethiopia with the objectives of increasing farmers’ capacity in production and yield of chickpea for both seed and...

Author(s):Dejene Mamo, Teklemariam Ayele, Abiro Tigabie, Amsalu Abie and Ngussie Kefelegn

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Risk attitudes of Tanzanian farmers affect investment on inorganic fertilizer: evidence from Southern and Northern highlands of Tanzania

The study aims at studying the influence of risk attitudes on the investment of inorganic fertilizers to maize farmers in Tanzania. A survey, focus group discussion and risk game with pay offs were performed to maize farmers in 25 maize growing districts of Southern and Northern highlands of Tanzania. Cross sectional data on farmers’ and farms’ characteristics, risk attitudes from an Agronomic Panel Survey (APS) of...

Author(s):Violeth J. Mwaijande, K. E. Giller, A.G.T. Schut, J. Chamberlin, A. Mushongi

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Needs of Agricultural Information to Smallholder Farmers of Tanqa Abergelle Woreda, Central Zone of Tigray, Ethiopia

The purpose of this research is to reveal the agricultural information need of the Abergelle woreda smallholder farmers. In this information era, information needs of smallholder farmers’ change with their geographical location, economic, demographic, psychological and institutional factors. From the 19 rural kebeles of the woreda 5 kebele were randomly selected. The sample size was specified based on Yamane (1967) formula...

Author(s):Gebru Brhane, Yared Mammo, and Gebremichael Negusse

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Performance Evaluation and Demonstration of Hand Operated Decker Type Maize Sheller to Small Scale Farmers, Tigray, Ethiopia

Deck type hand operated Maize Sheller is one of the technologies in maize production which is adopted and modified to solve labor and time efficiency, prevent seed losses and keep the intended quality of seed. Decker type manual operated maize sheller was evaluated and, verified. The overall objective of the project is to demonstrate simple /easy, effective, efficient and affordable Hand operated Decker type maize Sheller....

Author(s):Taddesse Tesfamariam

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Trends in livelihoods options over a five year period: A case of Murewa smallholder farmers

Inter and intra seasonal trends in livelihoods options have been reported at country and rarely at ward level in Zimbabwe. Evidence based on local level trends in livelihoods options is rare. This study thus reviewed data on livelihoods activities based on the Agriculture Food Security Monitoring System (AFSMS) surveillance system conducted by the Department of Crop and Livestock Production formerly Department of...

Author(s):Tamburirio Tecla Pasipangodya

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On-farm Participatory Varieties Selection of Maize versus Plant Populations: The Role of Gender in Technology Preferences and Maize Production Practices in Four Districts of Western Oromia, Ethiopia

The main objective of the trial was to select best bet maize technologies through on-farm participatory evaluations of three maize varieties (BH661, BH546, and BH540) in combination with two different plant populations (44,444 plants ha-1 and 66666 plants ha-1), which was run on fifteen farmers’ plots in four districts. According to farmers’ selection, BH661variety was the most disease tolerant at all testing sites and it...

Author(s):Zerihun Abebe

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DETERMINANTS OF EUCALYPTUS WOODLOT MANAGEMENT THE CASE OF WOGERA DISTRICT, NORTH GONDAR ZONE, ETHIOPIA

This study was conducted in Wogera District, North Gondar zone, Ethiopia. The study was conducted to assess determinants of Eucalyptus woodlot management. The objectives of this study were; i) to investigate rationales of farmers and productivity effects of using the management practices in the study area and ii) To examine factors affecting farmers decision of adopting different woodlot management practices. To achieve...

Author(s):Abebe Dagnew

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Determinants and Intensity of Income Diversification among Small holder Farmers in Asayita Woreda, Afar Region, Ethiopia

This paper examines measuring the intensity of income diversification and identifying the factors which determine level of income diversification in Asayita woreda Eastern part of Afar region. The study used multi stage sampling in combination with stratified and simple random sampling procedures to select kebeles and households. The Simpson Index of Diversity (SID) and Fractional response model were employed to analyze...

Author(s):Mohammd Adem

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Seasonal climate dynamics, perceptions and multiple risk responses: Lessons from Small holder mixed agro ecosystems in Semi-arid Kenya

Climate change and variability are frequently associated with instances of dry spells and droughts which principally result from highly variable rainfall and increasing temperatures. These phenomena principally affects crop and livestock farming practiced by smallholder farmers in mixed agro ecosystems by generating social, economic and environmental losses. Resulting water scarcity, in quality and quantity, at household...

Author(s):Borona Mwenda

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Access to Agricultural Technology Alternatives and Household Food Security Resilience

Agriculture is the main livelihood source for rural population in Ethiopia. However, the sector is blamed for its dismal performance resulted from low level of agricultural technology utilization. To redress this bottleneck, agricultural technology alternatives were promoted to solve the long-term problem of food insecurity. Although the program has supported the introduction and use of different agricultural technologies,...

Author(s):Degsew Melak

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Factors influencing adoption of mirte fuel efficient injera baking stoves: the case of Agarfa District, Oromia Region, Ethiopia

The national energy balance indicates that traditional fuels (wood, charcoal, agricultural residues and animal waste) meet 94% of the total energy supplied and that the household sector accounts for 90% of the total energy consumed in the country. The vast majority of Ethiopian households depend on the open fire stoves with very poor fuel efficiency. Due to the shortage of firewood in Ethiopian communities, baking injera...

Author(s):Biruk Fikadu Gebreyess

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Rural Innovation Services in Gomma Woreda, Southwest Ethiopia

The mobile phone technology is an important tool to enhance farmers’ to access better marketing services, agricultural extension services, health extension services and other mobile services. This study also tried to assess rural households’ mobile phone usage status for different rural innovation services in Gomma woreda, Southwest Ethiopia. Structured interview schedule, focus group discussion, key informant interview...

Author(s):Berhanu Daniso

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For whom will the crop be promoted? A search for gender equity along the grain-legume value chains in Uganda

There is growing interest in gender analysis and value chain analysis as tools for ensuring equitable participation in agricultural commodity markets. This study examined the gender factors that influence the patterns and levels of participation by women and men in grain value chains in Uganda. Data were collected from six districts in three regions of Uganda using qualitative gender tools. Findings show that marked...

Author(s):John James Okiror

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Constraints of Mobile Phone Utilization for Rural Innovation Services in Gomma District, Southwest Ethiopia

Mobile phone can promote rural innovation services for rural farmers. Ethiopia, one of the lowest Information Communication Technology penetrated countries in Africa, had around 25 million mobile subscribers (i.e. 20% of the total population). Unreliable power supply and poor rural network connections are factors affecting mobile phone utilization for rural innovation services. This study aimed to analyze the constraints...

Author(s):Berhanu Daniso

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Stingless bees honey production and marketing practices in West Shoa Zone

The study was conducted in four districts of West Showa Zone, Oromia Regional State of Ethiopia. The objective was to assess the stingless bees’ production system and marketing to identify the potential areas for intervention and improve the production of stingless bees honey and other products.12 peasant associations were purposively selected. Totally 120 households were selected based on the availability of stingless...

Author(s):Chala Kinati

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Gender Analysis of the Intensity of Pesticide Usage among Cocoa Farmers in Ekiti State, Nigeria

The study area was Ekiti State due to her predominance in cocoa production. The study examined the intensity of pesticide usage among male and female cocoa farmers. A total of 240 male and female cocoa farmers were selected in five Local Government Areas of the State through multi stage sampling technique. Data from the survey were analysed with descriptive and appropriate inferential statistics. Results show that male...

Author(s):OLOWOYO Olamide Ahmed

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Potential for introduction of e-extension in Lesotho

The study aimed to investigate the potential for introducing e-extension in Lesotho by looking to know the level of awareness of agricultural extension practitioners regarding ICT opportunities and advances in enhancing extension delivery, access, to and use of ICT resources by extension practitioners, agricultural extension practitioners knowledge and experience in ICT and level of readiness by extension practitioners to...

Author(s):AMOJAKI R

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Use of Audio Visual Aids by Extension Agents in Rivers State, Nigeria

The studied examined the use of audio visual aids by extension agents in teaching rural farmers in Rivers state. The study specifically described the socio-economic characteristics of extension agents, determined the perceived extent to the use of audio visual aids and the problems encountered. Twenty-five ADP extension agents were sampled. Data analysis and measurement was done using descriptive statistics. The results...

Author(s):Nengi Legbosi

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Exploring the Challenges and Opportunities of Women’s in Non –farm Livelihood Diversification: A Case study from Shebel Berenta Woreda, Amhara Region, Ethiopia

It is universally accepted that agriculture sector is incapable of creating sufficient gainful employment, food security and spurring economic growth in rural areas of developing countries. Even if our country Ethiopia practice agriculture for a long period, expected outcome is not attained on sustainable basis to the livelihood of the households and food insecurity until nowadays due to limited attention for the high...

Author(s):Eyayu Kasseye Bayu

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Impact of Harvest and Post-Harvest Losses of Yams on the Socio-Economic Well-Being of Yam Farmers of the Benue Valley Region of Nigeria

The study assessed the impacts of yam post-harvest losses on the socio-economic wellbeing of yam farmers of the Benue Valley Region of Nigeria. The study examined factors influencing yam post-harvest losses among yam farmers of the Benue Valley, the impacts of yam post-harvest losses on the socio-economic wellbeing of yam farmers of Benue Valley and possible suggestions for controlling post-harvest losses of yam....

Author(s):Akpehe Godwin Aondongu

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The Motives and Determinants of Livelihood Diversification? Evidence from Literatures in Rural Part of Ethiopia

Livelihood diversification becomes a norm in developing countries including Ethiopia. But, the motives for livelihood diversification vary according to the contexts, local settings and asset possessions of a household. Thus, the main aim of this study intends to assess the motives of rural household’s livelihood diversification in Ethiopia. The discussions were done based on systematically reviewed secondary data on...

Author(s):Yenesew Sewnet

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Mapping the severity of utilization constraints of organic farming practices by arable crop farmers in Akwa Ibom state, Nigeria

The study mapped the severity of observed constraints faced by farmers in utilizing organic farming practices in Abak agricultural zone of Akwa Ibom State. It was a survey research that employed simple random sampling technique in the selection of respondents. Constraint to Utilization of Organic Farming Practices Scale, with Test-retest reliability and internal consistency coefficients of 0.63 and 0.78 respectively, was...

Author(s):Ekanem Jemimah Timothy

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ICT in Greenhouse Farming: Smallholder Farmers Training Programme in Kenya

Increasing agricultural production is critical in reducing poverty as it boosts farmers’ income especially smallholder farmers who have limited resources to leverage in growing and marketing their produce. Greenhouse farming has been identified as a viable technology for smallholder farmers to venture in as it promises high returns from limited land resources and labour. With diminishing support from extension officers in...

Author(s):Martina Mutheu

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Indigenous Methods and Practices Used by Farmers for Protecting their Stored Maize Grains from Insect Pests in Southern Ethiopia

A survey using face to face semi-structured interviews and farmer’s participatory discussion was administered to 360 and 504 farmers, respectively in major maize growing areas of Hadiya and Silte zones, for investigating indigenous methods and practices used by famers in protection of their maize grains against insect pests in the years 2013/2014 and 2015/2016. Survey results revealed that farmers used various methods of...

Author(s):Berhanu Hiruy and Emana Getu

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Rural Households Food Security and Its Determinants: The Case of Assosa Zone, Western Ethiopia

This study analyzed rural households’ food security and its determinants in Assosa zone, western Ethiopia. The study used a primary data collected from 276 randomly selected households using interview schedule. In addition, focus group discussion (FGD) and key informants interview were also used to obtain a qualitative primary data. As to the method of data analysis, the study employed descriptive statistics (such as mean,...

Author(s):Seid Sani and Biruk Kemaw

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Effect of pigeon-pea cropping mixture on farmers yield in Kaduna State, Nigeria

The paper examined the adoption of pigeon-pea cropping mixtures and its effect on farmers’ yield. One Hundred and sixty six (166) farmers were purposively selected for the study. Data were collected through the use of structured questionnaire. Information obtained was analyzed by means of descriptive (standard normal test). Results indicated the mean differences between adopters and non adopters to be 388.7 kg/ha, while...

Author(s):M. Y. Abdullahi, A. A. Banta, A. A. Wahab and H. M. Yakubu

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Relationship between porter’s competitive forces and advantageous products manufactured by micro and small food enterprises in Kenya

The study examined the influence of the three of Porter’s competitive forces (buyers’ bargaining power, suppliers bargaining power and rivalry among existing competitors) on advantageous food products manufactured in Kenya. The study sampled 132 value-addition Micro and Small Enterprises (MSEs) using snowballing and fisher formula in Busia and Nairobi Counties, respectively. The Porter’s industry analysis model informed...

Author(s):Omillo Francis Okumu, Ng’ang’a Stephen Irura and Maina Faith

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Inter-relationship of corporate governance mechanisms and financial performance of coffee farmer’s co-operative societies in Kenya

The paper shows that the performance of coffee farmer’s co-operative societies is a function of the interplay of corporate governance mechanisms: Board Size, Board Composition and status of the Chief Executive Officer (CEO). The paper has been built from a previous study by Musuya that recommended a further research on the effect of inter-relationship of corporate governance mechanisms and financial performance amongst...

Author(s):David Musuya and Kadian Wamyama

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