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Household income generation, progression and sustainability under Fadama III implementation

@inproceedings{Oladunni2014HouseholdIG,
  title={Household income generation, progression and sustainability under Fadama III implementation},
  author={Olufemi A. Oladunni and Joby Joseph},
  year={2014}
}
Growth in Nigeria’s agricultural sector is pivotal to the transformation of the nation’s economy given its contribution to GDP over the years. The implementation of the Fadama project in the country is one of the giant strides of the World Bank in collaboration with the Nigerian government to grow the country’s agricultural sector. The project (Fadama II and III) has been wrapped up in Ogun State. This study therefore, sought to assess the impact and activities of the project on household… 
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