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Can extension contribute to rural poverty reduction?

synthesis of a six-country study

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        StatementOverseas Development Institute
        PublishersOverseas Development Institute
        LC Classifications2002
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        Paginationxvi, 54 p. :
        Number of Pages58
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The researcher therefore had to employ various skills and knowledge acquired to be able to generate data as accurate as possible. It must be emphasized that agricultural extension services have Can extension contribute to rural poverty reduction? officially organized in the country since 1987 but agricultural transformation and reduction in rural poverty have not been achieved.

This can be attributed to the political stability after the presidential election and putting fighting rural poverty as one of the priorities for the government. Trade Liberalization, Inequality, and Poverty in Brazilian States, World Development 40 4 :821-35. This makes SDF is more effective in off-farm activities than both PBDAC and LDF.

Every project includes providing finance for people who will have business under its umbrella. 2 Agriculture and its contribution to poverty reduction There is a lot of evidence that agriculture can contribute to poverty reduction beyond a direct effect on farmer's incomes. Does non-farm sector employment reduce rural poverty and vulnerability? Nevertheless, the expected impact from the intervention has not been realized due to inadequate funding, lack of logistics, insufficient Field Staffs and non-participatory modes of technology transfer.

The report illustrated the importance of non-farm activities in fighting poverty and providing food security for the rural poor.


Yield Gap-Based Poverty Gaps in Rural Sub-Saharan Africa. It provides technical support, capacity building, and marketing. Institutional survey involving the Directorates of Agriculture in the selected Local government area was also embarked upon. Type of participants: those who participate are individual citizens, civil society organizations, private stakeholders or a combination of those?

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: this sub-program covers infrastructure transport, water and sanitation, energy, communicationsresearch and extension. Agricultural transformation through extension services is possible if MoFA supplies the required AEAs and logistics and release enough funds timely to the Local government area.

Another significance of the study is that the findings of the research will be useful to the agricultural extension services providers management team since the sustainability of their services depends on the patronage and level of commitment of their clients, as well as the performance of their services.

Why Poor People Stay Poor: A Study of Urban Bias in World Development. All the planning, implementation and development of this project are conducted with the participation of social agents.

Regarding the technical support, all beneficiaries stated that they received technical support in the form of how to start their businesses and how to manage them and some other forms of technical support.

It must be noted that agriculture in Nigeria is rain-fed. This table also shows that Assiut receives the smallest share of the credits.