Policy process can be conceived as a systematic procedure that involves pertinent problem identification, selection of mechanisms to tackle the problem, development of institutions to manage the operation and designing of strategy to measure and evaluate the activities. This underscores the fact that policy design is innovative, procedural and engaging.
INTERVIEW SESSION WITH PROF. ADEGBENGA EMMANUEL ADEKOYA Adetola: Can we meet you, sir? Prof. Adekoya: I am Adegbenga Emmanuel Adekoya, a lecturer in the Department of Agricultural Extension and Rural Development, a professor and someone who is passionate about policy… Read More »INTERVIEW SESSION WITH PROF. ADEGBENGA EMMANUEL ADEKOYA
UNMASKING MARKETING DYNAMICS – A CASE STUDY OF YAM SELLERS IN BODIJA MARKET, OYO STATE-NIGERIA As part of the mandate of the Innovation Lab for Policy Leadership in Agriculture & Food Security (PiLAF), a team of researchers visited Bodija… Read More »UNMASKING MARKETING DYNAMICS – A CASE STUDY OF YAM SELLERS IN BODIJA MARKET, OYO STATE-NIGERIA
MAPUTO AND MALABO DECLARATION VERSUS POLICY IMPLEMENTATION IN NIGERIA Agriculture is the mainstay of several economies as it provides employment and source of livelihood for many. It has over time contributed significantly to the GDP of different nations and remains… Read More »MAPUTO AND MALABO DECLARATION VERSUS POLICY IMPLEMENTATION IN NIGERIA