Curriculum Implications of Gender Issues in Sustainable Food Production in Nigeria

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Lawretta Ebere Ovute

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There is a number of gender issues in the interface of extension personnel and farmers, especially as it concerns women farmers and poor households. As a result, both male and female rural farmers have limited access to knowledge and skills, technologies, market information and other important agricultural services. Curriculum implications of sustainable food production in Nigerian schools are being observed through the objectives of agricultural education, problems of agricultural education and prospects of agricultural education in Nigeria. There are recommendations on the ways to solve the problems of gender issues in sustainable food production.

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Ovute, L. E. (2019). Curriculum Implications of Gender Issues in Sustainable Food Production in Nigeria. JCCR | Journal of Community & Communication Research, 4(2), 71-78. Retrieved from https://jccr.sccdr.org.ng/index.php/jccr/article/view/30
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