New Publication Announcement: IFPRI Discussion Paper documents issues, challenges, constraints, and potential solutions and opportunities in implementing NEP at the state level using Niger State as a case study

We are pleased to announce the Discussion Paper 01951  from the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) entitled “National Extension Policy and State Level Implementation: The Case of Niger State in Nigeria”.The study documents issues, challenges, constraints, and potential solutions and opportunities in implementing NEP at the state level using Niger State as a case study.

New Publication Announcement: IFPRI Discussion Paper documents issues, challenges, constraints, and potential solutions and opportunities in implementing the national extension policy (NEP) at the state level in Nigeria

We are pleased to announce the Discussion Paper 01951  from the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) entitled “National Extension Policy and State-Level Implementation: The Case of Cross River State, Nigeria” .The study documents issues, challenges, constraints, and potential solutions and opportunities in implementing the national extension policy (NEP) at the state level in Nigeria, using Cross River State as a case study.

New Publication Announcement: IFPRI Discussion Paper aims to provide initial evidence at the household level in Nigeria Using state- and local government area (LGA)-level PEA figures and household data in Nigeria

We are pleased to announce the Discussion Paper 01955  from the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) entitled “Effects of Public Expenditures on Agriculture at Subnational Levels on Households’ Welfare and Economic Resilience in Nigeria” .The study aims to provide initial evidence at the household level in Nigeria Using state- and local government area (LGA)-level PEA figures and household data in Nigeria.

New Publication Announcement: IFPRI Discussion Paper attempts to answer the question of whether increasing Public Expenditures on Agriculture (PEA) is the way to grow agriculture in Nigeria

We are pleased to announce the Discussion Paper 01952  from the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) entitled “Public Expenditures on Agriculture at Subnational-Levels and Household-Level Agricultural Outcomes in Nigeria”.The study attempts to answer the question of whether increasing Public Expenditures on Agriculture (PEA) is the way to grow agriculture in Nigeria using state and local government area (LGA)-level PEA figures and household data in Nigeria.

Feed the Future Innovation Lab Research Paper 91

Saweda Liverpool-Tasie, Thomas Reardon, Awa Sanou, Wale Ogunleye, Iredele Ogunbayo, Bolarin T. Omonona. January 2018.   The Transformation of Value Chains in Africa: Evidence from the First Large Survey of Maize. Feed the Future Innovation Lab Research Paper 91. East Lansing: Michigan State University