Anthonia Ifeyinwa Achike, Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. The Project Scholars Program, Personal Benefit to me. It is a Good Investment, Highlight 19, Feed the Future IL for Food Security Policy, Nigeria Agricultural Policy Project, Visiting Scholars Program, June 2018
Kabir Kayode Salman, Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria, The Need for more Collaborative Research and Stakeholders’ Engagement, Highlight 18, Feed the Future IL for Food Security Policy, Nigeria Agricultural Policy Project, Visiting Scholars Program, June 2018
Ufedo Monday Shaibu, Graduate Student at Kogi State University Anyigba, Nigeria, Conflict between Herdsmen and Nigerian Farmers: Lessons from the USA. Highlight 15, Feed the Future IL for Food Security Policy, Nigeria Agricultural Policy Project, Visiting Scholars Program, March 2018
Ongoing clashes between herdsmen and farmers in Nigeria have become an issue of national concern for security.
Can solutions be found in USA’s history?
Visiting Scholar at MSU Toxicology Laboratory – A Dream Come True
By Oluwatoyin Ademola
Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta
Professors Are also Humans – Perspective of a 2017 Project Scholar
by Ufedo Monday Shaibu
Kogi State University
The Feed the Future Nigeria Agricultural Policy Project launched its USAID Visiting Scholars Program in 2016, with its first students enrolled at Michigan State University in the fall semester. One of the goals of the program is to strengthen food security policy expertise in Nigeria. The program’s initiative is to organize and institute direct training collaborations between project researchers and Nigerian scholars.