2 edition of Agricultural excess population and the economic considerations for land reform in Nigeria. found in the catalog.
Agricultural excess population and the economic considerations for land reform in Nigeria.
Donald Nnaemeka Ike
Thesis (Ph. D.) - University of California, 1973.
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estimates", Agricultural Land Reform in South Africa, Van Zyl J, Kirsten J & Binswanger H (Eds.), Oxford University Press, Cape Town, , p. 8 Central Statistics Service, The people of South Africa Population Census, , Report , The various economic reform strategies undertaken by governments over a period of about three decades on the agricultural sector in Nigeria were the exploitative strategy, agricultural project strategy, direct production strategy and integrated rural development strategy. Overall, these economic reform.
Agriculture and Nigeria’s Economic Development. In this article, we take a look at the role of agriculture in economic development of Nigeria. From our findings, agriculture and Nigeria economic development are strongly related because the development of the agricultural sector is essential to the progress of the country. Agricultural development is the foundation for economic development, and the agricultural sector is undoubtedly the prime area of consideration for economic progress in Nigeria. Despite the importance of this sector and in spite of the fact that over 70% of Nigerian households engage in agriculture, most Nigerian farmers are wallowing in abject poverty. Rural poverty is endemic in .
ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF AGGREGATE AGRICULTURAL LAND RESOURCES QUALITY IN NIGERIA E.O. Chukwu Ebonyi State University, Department of Agricultural Economics, P.M.B 53 Abakaliki, Ebonyi State, Nigeria ABSTRACT: Nigeria is endowed with abundant agricultural land resources of varying biophysiographic Size: KB. Nigeria with a total geographical area of , square kilometers and an estimated population of about million (CIA, ). Nigeria with her diversified agro ecological condition, provides the platform for the production of a wide range of agricultural products. This made agriculture to be one of the most important sectors of the Size: KB.
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Get free Research Paper on Land Reforms In Nigeria: Issues, Problems And Solutions project topics and materials in Nigeria. This is approved for students in accountancy, business, computer science, economics, engineering, arts.
The importance, effect, causes, relationship, comparison, history, role, solutions are discussed. Contesting Land In Nigeria, the Land Use Decree of empowered local, state and national government administrators to regulate the occupancy, use and transfer of land in the name of greater equality and national 'economic development.2 1.
Despite early documentation of land ownership in Nigeria and Cameroons (Meek ), it. The paper analyses the relationship between Agricultural resource and economic growth in Nigeria.
The Ordinary Least Square regression method was used to analyze the data. The results revealed a positive cause and effect relationship between gross domestic product (GDP) and agricultural output in Nigeria.
Agricultural sector is estimated to. Agriculture in Nigeria is a branch of the economy in Nigeria, providing employment for about 30% of the population as of The sector is being transformed by commercialization at the small, medium and large-scale enterprise levels.
Nigeria's economic growth. Agriculture contributes 40% of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and employs about 70% of the working population in Nigeria (CIA, ). Agriculture is also the largest economic activity in the rural area where almost 50% of the population lives.
Nigeria suffers from the resource curse4 (Aluko, ; Otaha, File Size: KB. African Journal of International and Comparative Law. My article “Promoting Commercial Agriculture in Nigeria Through a Reform of the Legal and Institutional Frameworks” in African Journal of International and Comparative Law examines the efficacy of the extant legal and institutional frameworks in addressing the challenges that have stifled the agricultural sector in the last couple of.
Impact of the Agricultural sector on Nigeria’s economic growth. CHAPTER ONE. INTRODUCTION. Background of the study. Agriculture is the cultivation of land, raising and rearing of animals for the purpose of production of food for man, animals and industries.
It involves and comprises of crop production, livestock and forestry, fishery, processing and marketing of those agricultural. See the Problems and Prospects of Agriculture in Nigeria.
Agriculture is a way of life that involves production of animals, fishes, crops, forest resources for the consumption of man and supplying the aggro-allied product required by our sectors. It is seen as the inherited and dominant occupation employing about 70% of Nigerians.
"Economic and statistical Review" published by National Planning Commission revealed that population growth rate has been stable at % while infant mortality has reduced. The estimated growth rates of population forand are estimated to reduce to aboutrespectively.
60% of the working population (NWAFOR et al., ). However, the agriculture sector has the highest poverty incidence and tackling poverty entails tackling agricultural underdevelopment. Economic growth in Nigeria has largely been accounted for by resilient agricultural growth associated with performance in four constituent sub-sectors:File Size: KB.
CONSEQUENCES OF POPULATION GROWTH ON AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION IN OBINGWA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF ABIA STATE NIGERIA.
ADINDU SYMBOL KEMJIKA. Degree Thesis in partial fulfilment for the award of Bachelor of Natural Resource Management and the Environment. Degree Programme in Integrated Coastal Zone Management. Raseborg, Finland- The history of Agriculture in Nigeria dates as far back as before most other countries in Africa, and can be segmented to the pre-colonial, colonial, and post-colonial era.
The agricultural life in Nigeria, when looked at from the outside point of view, can be said to be favoured by nature. Food production also increased rapidly during the s, especially after exchange-rate reform restricted food imports in Land Use, Soils, and Land Tenure.
Inestimates indicated that 82 million hectares out of Nigeria's total land area of about 91 million hectares were arable. Why Nigeria Must Revisit Land Reforms By Nasir Ahmad El-Rufai Though pervasive insecurity and the fear of kidnapping means that some Nigerians will.
Agricultural Development And Emplyoment Generation: The Nigeria Experience. 61 | Page population, began developing and promoting high yield varieties of staple crops, first as a pilot project in Mexico, and then replicated it in Asia.
AGRICULTURAL LAWS AND REFORMS IN NIGERIA. Agricultural Laws and Reforms are concerned with laid down rules and procedures that guide acquisition and utilisation of agricultural lands.
Land Tenure System. Tenure rules help define how property rights to land are allocated within societies. Land Tenure Systems in Nigeria. Communal ownership. Nigeria’s food security challenges will grow with its population.
At current food production growth rates, Nigeria remains unable to feed its population. Production will have to expand at a higher rate. Nigeria’s urban population has outstripped the rural population. This File Size: KB. Agricultural Development Intervention Programmes in Nigeria ( To Date): A Review.
Daneji, M. Department of Agricultural Economics & Extension, Bayero University Kano, Nigeria. Abstract. Development of Nigeria’s Agricultural Sub-sector will be imperative if meaningful and sustainable national development is Size: 80KB.
The agricultural sector in Nigeria grew by about % annually from tobut it is argued that the growth in the agricultural sector is mainly attributed to population growth and the farming of larger expanses of land, most likely by commercial farmers (Oseni etFile Size: KB.
Agricultural Production and Economic Growth in Nigeria Quarterly Journal of International Agriculture 53 (), No. 3; DLG-Verlag Frankfurt/M. falls between the lower and upper bound, th en. Muftaudeen Olarinde O.
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() who pointed out that agricultural production is the major driver of economic growth using the co-integration approach to examine the long-run relationship between agricultural.Nigeria - An economic analysis of natural resources sustainability: land tenure and land degradation issues (English) Abstract.
The scope and urgency of the threats to Nigeria's rural land are no secret.