Dr. Patrick Hatzenbuehler, Associate Research Fellow at IFPRI-NSSP Abuja, presented a seminar on “How Macroeconomic Factors May Influence Agricultural Program Sustainability: Evidence from Cross River State, Nigeria” as part of the Department of Agricultural Economics Seminar Series at the University of Calabar on November 15, 2017.
On November 7-9, 2017, a team of four (4) trainers from the IFPRI Abuja Office facilitated two parallel training courses on “Econometrics for Policy Analysis using Stata” over three (3) days at the Federal University of Technology, Minna (FUT-Minna) which were attended by a total of 58 participants (41 males and 17 females) including faculty […]
As part of activities under the Nigeria Agricultural Policy Project, the International Food Policy Research Institute’s Nigeria Strategy Support Program (IFPRI-NSSP) recently released two Policy Notes on the determinants of chronic malnutrition in northern Nigeria to accompany previously released NSSP Working Papers (NSSP Working Paper No. 44 and NSSP Working Paper No. 45) on the […]
The International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)’s Nigeria Strategy Support Program (NSSP) has published a new Working Paper entitled “Macroeconomic factor influence on agricultural program sustainability in Kaduna state, Nigeria”.
What information is available on private-sector irrigation schemes in Nigeria? What potential is there for their expansion? Conversely, what constraints limit their operations? These are the key questions addressed in a new Working Paper from the International Food Policy Research Institute’s Nigeria Strategy Support Program (IFPRI-NSSP) entitled “Constraints for Small-scale Private Irrigation Systems in the […]