A Comparative Analysis Of Role Of Bank In Increased Agricultural Productivity In Nigeria

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A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF ROLE OF BANK IN INCREASED AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIVITY IN NIGERIA

ABSTRACT

This research project is a crucial study on the role of Bank in increased Agriculture productivity in Nigeria. The study is motivated by the necessity to establish the extent of Agricultural cooperatives in Nigeria. To solve the research problem primary and secondary data was collected. The data were questionnaire and oral interview. The respondents comprised of personal of the bank and some of the farmer who benefited, from the loan. The presenting data collected, tables frequencies and  percentage were used. Date analysis and interpretation give the following  findings.  (1) The impact of Umuchinemere pro credit and first Bank Plc in Enugu has been very much Via FEAP,. Through micro and macro loans and PBN loans to agricultural (2) insurance cover is necessary to cover some degree of risk involved cooperative failure (3) The level of response to wards loan facilities is very satisfactory (5) when loan is not repaid the guarantors are involved and auction of nay real estate researcher recommends that: first bank plc Enugu should constitute a feasible alternative for providing financial assistance to support all efforts for further development of agricultural sector. Banks should develop their farmers by allowing agricultural loan to cover all stages, of agricultural be basically for agricultural activities. The contribution to be an important channel in providing financial services particularly, credit to small farmers.           

           

 

 

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Title page                                                                         i

Approval page                                                                 ii

Dedication                                                                       iii

Acknowledgement                                                           iv

Abstract                                                                          v

Table of contents                                                             vi

CHAPTER ONE    

INTRODUCTION                                                   1

1.1      Background of the study                                        1

1.2      Statement of problem                                             4

1.3      Objective of the study                                             5

1.4      Significance of the study                                         6

1.5      Research question                                                  7

1.6      Research hypothesis and limitation of the study   8

1.7      Scope of the study                                                   9

1.8      Definition of terms                                                  10

References                                                       12

CHAPTER TWO

THE REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE              13

2.1      Problem  of agricultural productivity in Nigeria    14

2.2      Agricultural credit policies in Nigeria                     18

2.3      The role of banks in increased

agricultural productivity.                                       22

References                                                               26

CHAPTER THREE

RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODOLOGY             27

3.1      Research design                                                      27

3.2      Population of the study                                          28

3.3      Sample and sampling                                             28

3.4      Determination of sample size                                

3.5      Instrument for data collection

3.6      Validation and reliability of instrument

3.7      Reliability of the instrument

3.8      Method of data collection

3.9      Method of data analysis

Chapter four

4.0   presentation and analysis of data

4.2      Summary of result

CHAPTER FIVE

SUMMARY OF FINDING RECOMMENDATIONS AND CONCLUSION

5.1      Summary of findings

5.2        re commendations

5.3      Conclusion

5.4      Suggestion for further research

Bibliography

Appendix 1

Questions for personnel

 

 

 

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

1.9     BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

Agriculture is very important to life, as nobody can live without Agricultural products, therefore financial houses and governments are in the business of giving credit to farmers to improve Agricultural productivities because of the essentiality of Agriculture in individual lifes and in the societies at large.

The provision of sound financial regulations that makes for economic well being is very essential and the assistance of financial house in building up a safe terrain in monetary reserves is very important in Agricultural sector where individuals, w ho hold Agricultural stock could pull their resources together when union of these stockholders could amount to a greater gain to the advancement of the individuals, well being and collective aspiration.

These financial institutions have the authority to deal on multiple problems traumatizing Agriculture and formation of Agro-union in Nigeria. The bank of Agriculture is becoming so highly modernized so that it will take a lot of money to produce food and cash crops in much profitable abundance. It is with these mind that government has arranged with her many agencies to bring some relief to aspiring agro=stock holders. Banks in any Nation have the key noble play on unfolding, the financial success in the economy.

Agricultural is a venture by some farmers, who hold Agricultural stock and on seeking to uplift their collective and individual, Agricultural standards. There standards range from planning technique to farmers who seek seed producing and from financial subsidization to producing and from financial subsidization to produce display in proper places. Agricultural, sector provides useful service where none exists especially one that would encourage uneconomic for individual ownership. They seek favorable trends such as Loan, scheme, plating crucial banking services and general market safety regulation ignorance, if now benefits and possible support from responsible agencies have killed better, banks being organized. Financial unit that can monitor research cash flow and general economic trends happened. To be a greater case to deal with farmers.

 The ideal relationship between the financial houses and farers as individuals or as co-operatives could not be over emphasized. Individual farmers could find relative bank services fit for a great initiative transformation. Financial scheme that enable peasant transformation into grants in Agriculture are abundant such as a loan in Agricultural co-operative society where many individuals pull researches together. The level in individual maturity and productivity capacity could not be reckoned with.

With the foregoing points, I wish to point out that the prime focus of this study is to found out how bank increased Agricultural productivity in Nigeria.

The Nigeria Agriculture and First Bank Plc and Umuchinemere pro-credit Enugu have been selected as a case study.

 

1.10STATEMENT OF PROBLEM

There have been concentrated efforts by government to enhance Agricultural productivity in Nigeria, for instance, the Federal and state Government have helped small stock-holder by granting them loan to improve agriculture production.

But in spite of all the effort being made farmers still experience low or decrease in production, due to the fact that farmer do not have collateral to offer. List of crop failure earn be very high  interest charged can be too high for the returns from economic activities, records are not properly kept of lack of insurance coverage.

What are the causes of this low productivity in Agricultural co-operative?

What can be done to remedy the situation to remedy the situation to make recommendation as to how bank can increase his effectiveness towards Agricultural production?

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