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Socio-economic survey of three villages in the Sokoto close-settled zone

Socio-economic survey of three villages in the Sokoto close-settled zone

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Published by Institute for Agricultural Research, Samaru, Ahmadu Bello University in Zaira, Nigeria .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Sokoto, Nigeria (Province),
  • Nigeria,
  • Sokoto (Province)
    • Subjects:
    • Agriculture -- Economic aspects -- Nigeria -- Sokoto (Province),
    • Sokoto, Nigeria (Province) -- Economic conditions.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: pt. 3, v. 1, p. 154-157.

      StatementD. W. Norman ... [et al.].
      SeriesSamaru miscellaneous paper ;
      ContributionsNorman, D. W.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD2145.5.Z9 S67
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv. :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4287323M
      LC Control Number78314200

        Buy Socio-economic Surveys of Three Villages in Andhra Pradesh (Project on Agrarian Relations in India) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders Socio-economic Surveys of Three Villages in Andhra Pradesh (Project on Agrarian Relations in India): V. Ramachandran, Vikas Rawal, Madhura Swaminathan: : Books. Irrigation 22 Problems in regard to agriculture 22 Cropping and yields 23 Tree planting 26 Conservation Agriculture (CA) 27 CA practices 27 Reasons for practicing CA 29 Investment and current costs due to CA

      Socio-economic survey tools are designed to collect information as a means of understanding the local resource management systems, resource use and the relative importance of resources for households and villages [2]. Get this from a library! Socio-economic surveys of three villages in Karnataka: a study of agrarian relations. [Madhura Swaminathan; Arindam Das; Project on Agrarian Relations in India (Foundation for Agrarian Studies); Foundation for Agrarian Studies (India),;] -- Study undertaken as part of the Foundation's Project on Agrarian Relations in India.

      the socio-economic situation of the communities adjacent to the MPF and their level of dependence on its natural resources as an entry point for community development. In WWF through the SWAP conducted a rapid baseline survey in the three clusters of communities around the MPF. The study, which included focus group.   These larger livestock holdings as compared to the Kano or Sokoto close-settled zones (Harris, ; Mohammed, ) are probably due to the larger availability of and better accessibility to the range surrounding the villages.


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Socio-economic survey of three villages in the Sokoto close-settled zone Download PDF EPUB FB2

A census survey was conducted in the three selected villages. A unique feature of these surveys is the estimation of household incomes based on detailed information on income from crop production, animal resources, agricultural and non-agricultural wage labor, salaries, business and trade, rent, interest earnings, pensions, remittances, scholarships.

‘A Socio-economic Study of Three Villages in the Sokoto Close-settled Zone: 1. Land and People’, Samaru Miscellaneous Paper No. Samaru: Institute for Agricultural Research, Ahmadu Bello by:   This volume is a field report on surveys of agrarian relations in three villages in Andhra Pradesh conducted by scholars of the Foundation for Agrarian Studies.

The study villages are Ananthavaram village in Kollur mandal, Guntur district; Bukkacherla village in Raptadu mandal, Anantapur district; and Kothapalle village in Thimmapur L.M.D.

Mandal, Author: V. Ramachandran, Vikas Rawal, Madhura Swaminathan. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.

kilns in the villages or towns nearby and also engage in agricultural or construction labour. Agriculture in the village is of a subsistence type and is rainfed. Rice is the staple crop in the hamlet. About % farmers in the hamlet are marginal farm households with the average landholding ranging from 0 to 1 acres.

Only two households ( %)File Size: 2MB. Determination of Socio-economic Factors Influencing Youth Rural-Urban Migration in Sokoto State, Nigeria. Journal of Human Ecology: Vol. 45, No. 3, pp. Socio - Economic Survey of Some Bengal Villages Amar Mukherjee T HE present study is based on a survey of som vile selecte­ d lages in Ahinedpur Community Development Block (Sainihia P S, Birbhum Dist, West Bengal).

For eliciting the basic facts about these villages from which conditions of stability, growth and decay can be. The study area is the central Sokoto Close-Settled Zone, comprising the Sokoto town and its immediate hinterlands, covering a territorial extentof squarekilometres.

It extends to about kilometresfrom North to South and about 50 kilometresfrom East to West of the capital city of Sokoto. This area according to Goddard (). This report summarises the main preliminary findings of the socio-economic surveys carried out in July and August in settlements around the.

The survey of destructive effect of socio- Villages were classified on the basis of socio-economic situation with three factors: agriculture, fuel consumption, and livestock in the first step. The human socio-economic activities on villages that were located in a suitable place are low and those have the greater.

GODDARD D. FINE NORMAN Socio-Economie Study of Three Villages in the Soboto Close-Settled Zone Samaru Zaria Ahmadu Bello University Institute for Agricultural Research) 82 mimeo Samaru Miscellaneous Paper 33) HILL Population Prosperity and Poverty Rural no éïïï-éï Cambridge Cambridge University Press) xviii KOWAL KNABE Located within the Semi-Arid zone of Northwestern Nigeria, Sokoto Close-Settled Zone (SCSZ), has over the years been suffering from climate change and its associated socio-economic consequences.

These negatively affects both the natural ecosystem and the livelihood of the inhabitant of the area. This book is at once an examination of the socio-economic life of a small Hausa village and a study of the way of life of the rural Hausa generally. The book as a whole provides a wide-ranging survey both of what was known and of what was, and in some cases still is, little understood.

This volume is a field report on surveys of agrarian relations in three villages in Andhra Pradesh conducted by scholars of the Foundation for Agrarian Studies. The study villages are Ananthavaram village in Kollur mandal, Guntur district; Bukkacherla village in Raptadu mandal, Anantapur district; and Kothapalle village in Thimmapur L.M.D.

Mandal. at the village level have very important role to play in the emergence and sustenance of non-farm activities at the village level.

Table Zone-wise distribution of farm and non-farm workers (main workers) in three zones Category of workers Zones RNF Pure farm Total Zone I (5 ) (4 ) (1 ) Zone II (5 )   1.

The Impact of Natural Enviornment on Socio- Economic status of village Siswan By charu jaiswal 2. MAP OF PUNJAB 3. MAP OF SISWAN 4. PREFACE Before having a clean idea of what actually is socio-economic survey, it is essential that to know the meaning of socio-economic survey separately.

Complete List of Towns and Villages in Sokoto State. Complete List of Towns and Villages in Sokoto State. This list is organized by cities, areas, districts, clan, zone and street. Mostly all the zone, clan, street in each area or cities have the same postal/zip code.

You can also read how to check data balance on Mtn. 3 Advantages and disadvantages of closed questions 24 4 Examples of themes and topics for discussion in FGDs 32 5 Socio-economic data required for collaborative land use planning 90 Boxes 1 An example of a briefing note used to introduce the survey team to a village 28 2 Interview guide 30 3 The role of facilitator Interview surveys were carried out in three villages in Bago Yoma, the main region of the special teak plantation program, to examine the current economic benefits to plantation villagers.

Questions were designed mainly to explore the incentives for people participation and the socio-economic situations of the plantation villagers. Impact of Socio-Economic Characteristics on the Quality of Housing Environment in Ikom Urban, Cross River State, Nigeria Rivers Sokoto X Source: Adopted from Wahab et al State geopolitical zone as shown on fig1 and is made up of two political wards namely Ikom I.

The guidelines identify key indicators for the identification of demographic issues in coastal area management and for monitoring the impact of management measures on the socio-economic well-being of coastal and fishing communities.

The guidelines also identify data sources and methods for the collection of data. Case studies on the use of demographic data in coastal .Sourcebook on Socio-Economic Survey, First Edition, GICHD, Geneva, December ISBN Acknowledgements GICHD gratefully acknowledges the following ind ividuals and organisations in contributing, directly or indirectly, to this Sourcebook on Socio-Economic Survey.This book is a revised and abridged version of a recent Japanese publication which presents the results of a field study carried out by a team of Japanese scholars (a rural sociologist, an agricultural economist and a social anthropologist) in two Indian villages selected as representative of irrigated and un-irrigated agriculture.

The study consists of two parts, the first .