State Policy Notes

Nigeria Ministry of Agriculture staff must provide robust scientific evidence to guide the Ministry’s policy making process. The Nigeria Agricultural Policy Project offers training and information workshops in economics research to strengthen and expand this staff’s skills and knowledge.

As a result of these workshops, the participants are producing technical notes on their specialized field of study. These are published as the Nigeria Agricultural Policy Project State Policy Notes series.

State Policy Note 1 - Yakubu Gorah, Elias A.G. Manza, Joseph Ationg and Danjuma B. Tyuka. May 2017. Promoting Soybean Productivity in Kaduna State: Linking Data and Policy

State Policy Note 2 - Bello Shehu and Abubakar Lolo. May 2017. Promoting Rice Productivity in Kebbi State: Linking Data and Policy

State Policy Note 3 - Jude Ekpu and John Chiwuzulum Odozi. May 2017. Promoting Maize Productivity in Edo State: Linking Data and Policy

State Policy Note 4 - Chukwuma Okereke, Okpani Ndukwe, Emmanuel Oroke and Onwe Peace. May 2017. Promoting Rice Productivity in Ebonyi State: Linking Data and Policy

State Policy Note 5 - Martina Ubi, C. E. Ofuka and Iknogha Odey. May 2017. Promoting Productivity in Rice Production in Cross River State: Linking Data and Policy

State Policy Note 6 - Samuel Adeogun, Ngozi Adeleye, Siraj Fashola, Evans Osabuohien. May 2017. Promoting Cassava Production in Ogun State: Linking Data and Policy

State Policy Note 7 - Stella Ovie Egedi And Johnson Nikoro. June 2017. Promoting Cassava Productivity in Delta State: Linking Data and Policy

State Policy Note 8 - Simon A. Ityo and Abayol Luper. June 2017. Promoting Cassava Productivity in Benue State: Linking Data and Policy

State Policy Note 9 - Mohammed Musa and Alhassan Umar. July 2017. Promoting Rice Productivity in Niger State: Linking Data and Policy