IFPRI-NSSP and the Nigeria Agricultural Policy Project Facilitates the Agricultural Policy Research Network’s (APRNet) Fourth National Stakeholders Forum on “Making Agricultural Research Work for End Users”

As part of efforts towards promoting agricultural policy research and communication in Nigeria, on 23 August 2017, IFPRI and the Nigeria Agricultural Policy Project supported the Agricultural Policy Research Network’s (APRNet) fourth National Stakeholders Forum on “Making Agricultural Research Work for End Users” organized at Valencia Hotel in Abuja. The forum brought together various stakeholders >> Read more

“The Role of Libraries in Supporting Agricultural Policy Research in Nigeria”

Evidence-based policymaking relies on findings from research and analysis. The availability of information and data is the foundation for sound policy advice, but developing countries lack access to the timely knowledge and data fundamental for drawing reliable conclusions from research. Without a strong information management system, policy arguments are less likely to be effective. Therefore, >> Read more

“The Role of Libraries in Supporting Agricultural Policy Research – Evidence from Selected University and Research Institute Libraries in Nigeria”

Agriculture is the largest contributor to the economic well-being of most Nigerians. For the agriculture sector to continue to grow, research-based knowledge of the existing agricultural practices, the potential of the sector, the approach for transforming the sector, and the impact of the transformation on the economy, sector, and population is needed. It has also >> Read more