1 edition of Rural infrastructures in Nigeria found in the catalog.
Rural infrastructures in Nigeria
by Dept. of Agricultural Economics, University of Ibadan in [Ibadan]
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by F.S. Idachaba ... [et al.] ; a study commissioned by the Federal Department of Rural Development.|
|Contributions||Idachaba, Francis Sulemanu., Nigeria. Dept. of Rural Development.|
|LC Classifications||HC1055.Z9 C37 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||7 v. :|
|LC Control Number||81131282|
NATURE OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA. Rural development is viewed as that development that is beneficial to the rural populations, According to Olayide et al. (),Rural development is the process where determined efforts are made to enhance significant increase in rural resources, productivity with the aim of boosting income and creating employment opportunity to people in the . Nigeria - Infrastructure, power, and communications Nigeria has a fairly extensive infrastructure of roads, railroads, airports, and communication networks. The road system is by far the most important element in the country's transportation network, carrying about 95 percent of all the nation's goods and passengers.
In Nigeria, a major problem is the pattern of distribution of these basic infrastructures which exhibits urban bias; hence poverty is at a higher level in the rural areas than urban areas. A . Nigeria already spends about $ billion. It is well placed to raise the funds needed for infrastructure, given the strength of the national economy, abundant oil revenues, and efforts at electricity cost recovery and other improvements to operations and management.
development, abound in Nigetia articular y in the rural areas. Coincidentally, Nigeria has a larg proportion of oth rural sector and rural people, which is a quintessential feature of developing countries (Akande, ). The most distinct characteristic of Nigeria's rural areas is the widespread in 0 vcment of the inhabitants in agriculture. Nigeria: Investing in food security Speaking at the commemoration of the World Food day in Abuja, the Minister of State, Ministry of Budget and National Planning, Zainab Ahmed declared that thousands of children would die annually if nothing significant was done to address the issue of malnutrition.
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Infrastructures are mostly concentrated in urban areas. Access to infrastructure like; electricity, roads, and safe water supply are necessary to reduce vulnerability and poverty in rural areas of Nigeria. However, the establishment of Local Government in Nigeria arises from the need to facilitate rural development through infrastructure.
Author: Francis Sulemanu Idachaba; Nigeria. Department of Rural Development. Publisher: Ibadan, Nigeria: Published for the Federal Dept. of Rural Development by Ibadan University Press, In contrast, studies have shown that public investment in agricultural research, irrigation, education, and other rural infrastructures has been a major driving force in the growth of grain production in China (Fan, ).
The study found that increasing public investment in agricultural research leads to higher output in a cost effective manner. From their survey of rural infrastructure in Nigeria, found that wide urban-rural disparities were a major reason for the massive rural-urban migration of the s.
It is worthy of note that characteristics such as age, gender, ethnic background, socio-economic status, educational status and religion influence the decision to migrate to. Find all kinds of real estate for sale from Houses to Commercial Real Estate (Shops).
Gain return on investments as high as 40% on each property. Stunning archetictural designs to choose from by. Developing Country Studies ISSN X (Paper) ISSN (Online) Vol.3, No.6, Rural Infrastructural Development in. In keeping with the Directorate's goal of "developing the entire rural areas of Nigeria in order to improve the quality of life of the rural dwellers" (see DFRRI Decree No.
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Rural areas account for a larger part of the geographical area in India. Census reports that there are lakh villages in India, which shelter more than two-third of the country's population. Provisioning of basic infrastructure facilities for this large section of the population spread across million square kilometer of the country.
The rural - urban dimension of poverty show that poverty remains largely a rural phenomenon in Nigeria with about 75 per cent of the poor residing in rural areas as at When extreme poverty is taken into consideration, however, about 95 per cent of them reside in rural areas.
(UNDP, ). Daud et al.: Rural infrastru cture and profitability of fo od crop production in Oyo State, Nigeria - - APPLIED ECOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENT AL RESEARCH 16 (4): - This study examined the effect of rural infrastructures on profitability and productivity of cassava-based farms in Odogbolu local government area of Ogun state, Nigeria.
Infrastructures and social services in rural Nigeria GEOTRÓPICO, NS – 5 (1), Artículo 2, 27 Be it physical, social or institutional infrastructure, the theoretical premise of the infrastructural approach to rural development is predicated on a modernization theory called the trickle-down theory of development.
2 Nigeria: Expanding Access to Rural Infrastructure Issues and Options for Rural Electrification, Water Supply and Telecommunications Figure Major Problems Identified by Rural Households in Nigeria Latrines, 19 Fertiliser, 22 Education, 22 Roads, 26 Healthcare, 40 Poverty, 46 Electricity, 53 Water, 77 0 % households citing as.
Rural and community development in Nigeria have been at the center of policy practices over many is borne out of the general consensus that the economy of Nigeria depends on the viability of the rural productive sector,largely dominated by agrarian-based uently,rural and community development have been historically linked to the development of agriculture and the Author: Nseabasi S.
Akpan. a look at rural development policies in Nigeria and their implications for rural development. Nigeria’s Rural Development Policies: An Overview roads and providing other infrastructures, thus raising the hopes of the rural people.
However, the scheme eventually collapsed due to. The Challenges of Agriculture and Rural Development in Africa: The Case of Nigeria Dr. Nchuchuwe, Friday Francis Despite the strategies adopted by various governments in Nigeria to address agriculture and rural underdevelopment problem, the story remains the same.
social and institutional infrastructures with an ultimate goal of. Downloadable. The study was designed to assess the rural infrastructure and productive assets provided by Fadama Development Project in Okigwe agricultural zone of Imo State, Nigeria.
Two sets of interview schedules were used. One was administered on Fadama User and the other on NonFadama users. One hundred and eighty respondents made up the sample size for the study.
that rural area that still lacks basic infrastructure. From the selected rural areas in South-East Nigeria, the rate of migration is increasingly alarming calling for attention. In reality, however, drawing a precise line of demarcation between rural and urban components of a population is very difficult.
deprivation. Many rural villages are immersed in poverty so palpable that the people are the embodiment of it. In most rural area in Nigeria, basic infrastructure where they exist at all, are too inadequate for meaningful development.
In other words, the rural areas lack. Directorate of Food, Roads & Rural Infrastructures (DFRI) Zone A6, PlotMaitama, Abuja FCT Nigeria. DFRI is an agency that supervises the construction of rural feeder roads for easy passage of agric products in Nigeria. Share This Listing: Business Information.
Working Hours. 8am - 4pm (Monday - Friday) Reviews.rural farmers through provision of farm assets and rural infrastructures. In spite of the fact that road infrastructure is an important factor in integrating the rural ties into the overall national development process; its development in many communities in Nigeria has not been taken seriously.
federal government of nigeria- european union cooperation. ministry of budget and national planning, abuja. works contract notice construction of basic rural infrastructures in the nine niger delta states of nigeria publication reference.