Rural Woman Education
1. Factors Influencing Rural Livelihood Diversification Activities among Women in Northern Region of Ghana

Hamza Adam; Henny Osbahr

Volume 9, Issue 3 , Summer 2019, Pages 115-123

Abstract
  Livelihood sustainability remains a major challenge for rural households in Northern Ghana. Although farming has traditionally been the core livelihood strategy for most households, diversifying into non-farm activities remains a common livelihood strategy employed to sustain household basic needs, particularly ...  Read More

Agricultural Extension
2. Push and Pull Factors Promoting Agroforestry Tree Crop Uncontrolled Extraction on Rural Households in Delta State, Nigeria

Theophilus Gbigbi

Volume 9, Issue 3 , Summer 2019, Pages 125-130

Abstract
  The purpose of this study was to determine the push and pull factors promoting agroforestry tree crop depletion on rural household in Delta State. A multistage sampling technique was used. The sample size for the study was 120 farmers. The instrument for data collection was questionnaire. The data collected ...  Read More

Extension of Sustainability
3. Institutional Innovations and Integrations Towards Sustainable Development Goals: Evidence from Ethnographic Research in South Eastern Ethiopia

Mideksa Fufa Jilito; Desalegn Yadeta Wedajo

Volume 9, Issue 3 , Summer 2019, Pages 131-140

Abstract
  This paper explores how better integration and innovation of various institutions contribute to the achievement of sustainable development goals. It emphasized the way networking among institutions facilitate and foster the implementation of sustainable development goals. To do so, ethnographic fieldwork ...  Read More

Rural Woman Education
4. Value Addition Initiatives of Women in Processing Dairy Products in Kwara State, Nigeria

Sola Komolafe; Mariam Ibrahim; Gbolagade Adesiji; Adeseye Awoyemi

Volume 9, Issue 3 , Summer 2019, Pages 141-148

Abstract
  This study assessed the value Addition employed in processing of dairy products in Ilorin West Local Government Kwara state, Nigeria. Two-stage sampling procedure was employed to select 114 respondents from Wara, Ogundele, and Egbejila communities. Interview schedule was used to collect data from respondents. ...  Read More

Information Technology in Agriculture
5. Extension Workers’ Attitude towards e-Agriculture: A case study from Bangladesh

Mohammad Sarker; Asif Kaiser; Md. Abdul Miah

Volume 9, Issue 3 , Summer 2019, Pages 149-162

Abstract
  e-Agriculture is being the utmost desire for the sustainable development world over. The research was designed to assess extension workers’ attitude towards e-Agriculture in general. The methodology of this study is an integration of quantitative and qualitative methods based on primary data collection. ...  Read More

Extension and Economic
6. Profitability Assessment of Catfish Marketing In Ondo State, Nigeria

Oluwatoyin Olagunju

Volume 9, Issue 3 , Summer 2019, Pages 163-169

Abstract
  The study assessed the profitability of catfish marketing in Ondo State, Nigeria. Structured interviews were used to collect information from a total of 50 marketers in each selected town across four local governments using a multi-stage sampling technique. Descriptive statistics, Gini coefficient, and ...  Read More