THE EVALUATION OF FADAMA ACTIVITIES TOWARDS THE GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF NIGERIA (A CASE OF ANAMBRA STATE)
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The Evaluation Of Fadama Activities Towards The Growth And Development Of Nigeria (a Case Of Anambra State)

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THE EVALUATION OF FADAMA ACTIVITIES TOWARDS THE GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF NIGERIA

(A CASE OF ANAMBRA STATE)

ABSTRACT

In this research work titled “The evaluation of Fadama activities towards the growth and development of Nigeria with particular reference Anambra state. The specific objectives of this project work include; the researcher examined Fadama production profitable dentine. examine if Fadama production be attributed to inefficiency in the use of the use of the resources. Determine the efficiency level of Fadama production and to identify the problems encounter by the Fadama producers. Determined the problems affecting Fadama production. And also ascertain the socio-economic benefits of the Fadama programme in Nigeria. Data for the study was sourced from two main sources Primary and Secondary. Primary data were sourced from the use of questionnaires and oral interviews. Secondary data were sourced from journals, and other relevant materials. Extensive literature review was carried out on the direct literature and indirect literature on books, journals and past works. The research instrument used in this study includes oral interview and questionnaire. The questionnaire is structural as to contain both close and open ended question. Simple tables and percentages were used in treatment of data. At the end the researcher found out thatPoverty among Nigerian farmers, attitude of some local government chairman to agricultural development, delay by some state governors in constituting their counterpart fund to Fadama projects and traditional family land ownership in rural communities as some of the problems facing the Fadama projects in Nigeria. Based on the findings the researchers Recommendations were made that; prerequisite condition for a farmer to benefit from the supply of agricultural inputs and extension services by the Fadama development program depends on the ability of the farmers to form Fadama users groups, under which all agricultural inputs and other assistance and provided through the leaders of the groups.  some farmers could not convenience others to from a group.

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Title page                                                                         i

Approval page                                                                  ii

Dedication                                                                       iii

Acknowledgement                                                            iv

Abstract                                                                           v

Table of contents                                                             vii

CHAPTER ONE

1.0   Introduction                                                           1

1.1      Background of the study                                          1

1.2      Statement of problems                                             3

1.3      Objective of the study                                              4

1.4      Research Questions.                                                        5

1.5      Significance of the study                                          5

1.6      Research Hypotheses                                               7

1.7      Scope and limitation of the study                            7

1.8      Definition of terms                                                   10

CHAPTER TWO

2.0   Review of Related Literature                                 13

2.1 Meaning of FADAMA                                                  14

2.2 Origin of FADAMA                                                      17

2.3 Socio economic impact of FADAMA Project on

participating farmer in Nigeria                                                 24   

2.4 FADAMA I Project in Anambra State                          26

2.5 Challenges faced in the cause of implementing

FADAMA projects                                                             30

2.6 FADAMA user Groups (FUGs) Implementation

arrangement under FADAMA I project                             32

 

CHAPTER THREE

3.0   Research Design and Methodology

3.1   Research design and method                                   35

3.2   Sources of Data Collection                                      36

3.3   Location of date                                                       37

3.4   Population of the Study                                           37

3.5   Sample Size and Sampling                                      39

3.6   Sampling Technique                                                41

3.7   Instrumentation                                                       43

3.8   Validity of the Instrument                                        44

3.9   Instrument Distribution                                           48   

CHAPTER FOUR

4.0 Presentation, Analysis and Interpretation of Data

4.1   Presentation of Date                                                        51

4.2   Date Analysis                                                           51

4.3 Interpretation of Data                                                        60

 

CHAPTER FIVE

5.0   Summary of Findings, Conclusion and

Recommendations

5.1   Summary of Findings                                              65

5.2   Recommendations                                                   67

5.3   Conclusion                                                              69

Bibliography                                                            71

Appendix I                                                               75

Appendix II                                                              76

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