Policy Project Christmas Vacation – Leading Data Collection across Ibadan, Nigeria

Wale Ogunleye and Saweda Liverpool-Tasie Policy project Christmas Vacation – Leading data collection across Ibadan, Nigeria, March 2017 File Download

Training One to Train Others: The Operational Strategy of the Feed the Future Nigeria

Awa Sanou and Saweda Liverpool-Tasie Addressing the distance problem: Project innovatively leverages on information and communication technology to strengthen research teams and achieve multiple project goals.

Working it out with Stakeholders – Involving them from the Very Beginning

Meeting with key stakeholders in Nassarawa state. From Left to Right: Mr. Umar Hassan, Director, Planning Research and Statistics, (Nasarawa State Ministry of Agriculture); Honorable Lawee Yusuf (Commissioner for Agriculture, Nasarawa State) and Dr. Oyinkan Tasie, Assistant Professor, MSU The Feed the Future Nigeria Agricultural Policy project continues to make efforts to strengthen the policy process by bridging the gap between “knowledge providers” and “knowledge users.” On November 10, 2016, Dr. Oyinkan Tasie (MSU) held round table discussions with state commissioners for agriculture (Nasarawa and Rivers States); permanent secretaries of state ministries of agriculture (Ebonyi and Kaduna States); and directors of planning research and statistics (Ebonyi, Kaduna, Nasarawa and Rivers States). They also included directors of project monitoring and evaluation of

Working it out with Stakeholders – Involving them from the Very Beginning

By Oyinkan Tasie Meeting with key stakeholders in Nassarawa state. The Feed the Future Nigeria Agricultural Policy project continues to make efforts to strengthen the policy process by bridging the gap between “knowledge providers” and “knowledge users.” On November 10, 2016, Dr. Oyinkan Tasie (MSU) held round table discussions with state commissioners for agriculture (Nassarawa and Rivers States); permanent secretaries of state ministries of agriculture (Ebonyi and Kaduna States); and directors of planning research and statistics (Ebonyi, Kaduna, Nassarawa and Rivers States). They also included directors of project monitoring and evaluation of state agricultural development programs (Ebonyi, Kaduna, Nassarawa and Rivers State) and faculty members at the Nasarawa State College of Agriculture. In Ebonyi State, the State Ministry of Agriculture