NON-TIMBER FOREST PRODUCTS AND POVERTY REDUCTION POLICY FRAMEWORK IN IKENNE LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA , OGUN STATE , NIGERIA Adeleye Olufemi Zaccheaus

@inproceedings{Nwokoma2012NONTIMBERFP,
  title={NON-TIMBER FOREST PRODUCTS AND POVERTY REDUCTION POLICY FRAMEWORK IN IKENNE LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA , OGUN STATE , NIGERIA Adeleye Olufemi Zaccheaus},
  author={Okezie Goodluck Nwokoma},
  year={2012}
}
  • Okezie Goodluck Nwokoma
  • Published 2012
This study aimed at using NTFPs businesses in Ikenne Local Government Area (LGA) to develop a poverty reduction policy framework for the region. Among many other NTFPs in the LGA, wrap leaf, fire wood and charcoal were adopted for this study. The design was the survey methodology, in which five communities were surveyed. Twenty questionnaires were administered in each of the communities, out of which eightyeight were returned, consisting of Ilisan (25%), Ikenne (21.59%), Iperu (19.32%), Ogere… CONTINUE READING

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