Gender Issues in Food Security of Nigeria and Implication for Curriculum Planning

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Lawretta Ebere Ovute

Abstract

Socio-cultural factors, such as family expectations, societal images and gender stereotypes act as key barriers to girls’ and women’s access to education in general. These were said to restrict access to, progression in, and the type of education that girls and women opt for. The gender issues in food security in Nigeria and the curriculum implications were addressed. In this paper, the concept of food security and its challenges, gender inequality in food security, their curriculum implications and recommendations were addressed.

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Ovute, L. E. (2019). Gender Issues in Food Security of Nigeria and Implication for Curriculum Planning. JCCR | Journal of Community & Communication Research, 4(2), 134-142. Retrieved from https://jccr.sccdr.org.ng/index.php/jccr/article/view/18
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Lawretta Ebere Ovute, Department of Adult and Continuing Education Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike, Nigeria

Email: lawrettaebereovute@gmail.com