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AESON, Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria
AESON came into existence in 1992 and currently has a membership of over 200 professionals. It was established to provide opportunity for extension professionals, academics and practitioners to work together for the purpose of facilitating the development and practice of agricultural extension for the benefit of the people and governments of Nigeria and the world at large.
Agwu E. Agwu (PhD), Department of Agricultural Extension. University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Enugu State, Nigeria. email@example.com
Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Water Resources
SAFE, Sasakawa Africa Fund for Extension Education, Programs in Nigeria:
...To produce extension workers who should be able to communicate effectively with rural farmers. ... www.uniben.edu/faculties/agriculture
RIU Research Into Use: Sharing lessons to enable innovation in agriculture.
Rhoe, Valerie; Oboh, Victor; Shelton, Peter. 2010. The role of libraries in supporting agricultural policy research. Evidence from selected university and research institute libraries in Nigeria. NSSP Background Paper 14. Abuja, Nigeria: International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) (Working paper) http://www.ifpri.org/publication/role-libraries-supporting-agricultural-policy-research , http://www.ifpri.org/sites/default/files/publications/nsspbp14.pdf
Obibuaku, L.O. (1983). Agricultural Extension as a strategy for Agricultural transformation. University of Nigeria press, Nsukka, Nigeria.
Williams, S.K.T. (1978). Rural Development in Nigeria. University of Ife Press, Ile-Ife, Nigeria.