Agricultural Extension
1. Influence of Women on Crop Choice Decision Making among Farm Households in Northern Ghana

Alhassan Andani; John D. Baptist Jatoe

Volume 10, Issue 1 , Winter 2020, , Pages 17-28

Abstract
  This paper investigates the effect of women’s involvement in intra-household decision making on crop choice decisions, relative to indigenous food crops combinations by farm households. The study draws on choice theory and estimates a multinomial logit regression model using a survey data of 271 ...  Read More

Rural Woman Education
2. 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
3. Socio-Economic Improvement of Women: An Impact Evaluation of Womens' Involvement with Integrated Farming Systems in Bangladesh

Nahid Anjuman; Md. Abdul Momen Miah; Rufiqunnessa Ali; Mohammed Nasir Uddin

Volume 7, Issue 2 , Autumn 2017, , Pages 61-71

Abstract
  Socio-economic improvement of rural people especially women is one of the challenges in Bangladesh. While integrated farming system is the potential area of working opportunity of the women to improve their socio-economic conditions. Considering this issue, this paper was to examine the improvement of ...  Read More

4. Effectiveness of Cassava Women Processors in Value Addition Technologies in Abia State, Nigeria

K. M Okoroafor; C. U Nwaobiala

Volume 4, Issue 3 , Summer 2014, , Pages 137-142

Abstract
  This study analyzed the effectiveness of cassava women processors in value addition technologies in Abia State, Nigeria. Purposive and simple random sampling techniques were used to select ninety (90) women. Data for the study were collected through a structured questionnaire and analyzed with descriptive ...  Read More