Erscheinungsdatum: 01/2013, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Training Cocoa Farmers on Cocoa Rehabilitation Techniques in Nigeria, Titelzusatz: Cocoa contribution to Nigeria foreign exchange is enormous, hence the need for farmers' training and adoption of CRTs, Autor: Adeogun, Stephen, Verlag: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Umwelt // Landwirtschaft, Gartenbau, Seiten: 208, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 326 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
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The Nigeria Prisons operate below several benchmarks including the "United Nations Standard Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners" which focused on prisoners' reformation and rehabilitation. The wellbeing of prisoners in Nigeria is generally below the accepted standards. The country's high crime rate resulting from political imbroglio, mass unemployment, embezzlement and misappropriation of public fund have left the department of correctional services with massive issue of overcrowding and a lack of inadequate resources, leaving thousands of prison inmates subject to human right violations. This book Information behaviour and socio-psychological wellbeing of prisoners in Nigeria (IBSWPI)". provides an indepth treatment of information behaviour components (information needs, seeking, availability, accessibility and use) and how they influence the socio-psychological wellbeing of prisoners in Nigeria.
This research work on Nigeria's internal conflicts and measures to combat them has so far in the discussion identified that ethnic minority tensions and agitations are important features of the on going struggles to resolve the Nigeria s National Question which has so far bothered on ethnicity, equitable allocation of scarce resources, justice, religion and others. The study has attempted to explore the fundamental contours and dimensions of contemporary ethnic minority problems in Nigeria through narrative profiles of most incidences and stance of most Nigeria s initial conflicts and agitations, which have so far bearing on the campaign for economic restitution and ecological rehabilitation especially by the oil-bearing communities in the Niger Delta, and the struggle for self determination and cultural integrity by non-Hausa/Fulani communities of the Northern Nigeria. The research has discovered that, Nigeria s internal conflicts are deeply rooted in complex historical and structural processes of pre-colonial and colonial incorporation and consolidation of diverse ethnic segments, federal territorial evolution and reorganization, revenue allocation and political competition.
Every form of crime breaks the law and should receive adequate justice. However, justice should also include an intelligent system that will rehabilitate offenders and keep all citizens away from breaking the laws of the state. The prison system is a central agency in this rehabilitation for Nigeria's criminal justice system. Performance of prison facilities across Nigeria has always been questioned especially for Abakaliki and Awka prisons. This discourse brings to light emerging patterns in operations, challenges, and hopes for these two prisons.
Cocoa contribution to Nigeria Gross Domestic Product was very high in the 70s before oil was discovered. After the discovery, agriculture was abandoned and government attention at all levels shifted to oil production. This affected all aspects agricultural sector including cocoa industry in Nigeria. This situation resulted in abandonment, old age and low yield of cocoa trees. Cocoa Research Institute of Nigeria developed different Cocoa Rehabilitation Techniques (CRTs) to revitalize cocoa industry in Nigeria and help farmers increase yield from their old cocoa farms. This book therefore, provides information on cocoa farmers training on CRTs, level of adoption of various rehabilitation techniques, information sources to cocoa farmers on cocoa rehabilitation, farmers implementation accuracy of cocoa rehabilitation techniques and factors affecting adoption of cocoa rehabilitation techniques in Nigeria. The book also provides information on the constraints militating against farmers in the rehabilitation of their cocoa farms. The book contents will be useful to cocoa experts in cocoa producing countries, extension professionals, agricultural consultant firms and farmers organization
The study investigated patterns of street-begging, support services and vocational aspirations of people living with disabilities. 131 male and female street-beggars who are blind, deaf, crippled, intellectually disabled, etc were used. Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) and t-test were employed. The results showed that age, gender and marital status stood out as significant moderators of patterns of street-begging while educational level and religion did not, also educational level and religion influenced the support services while age, gender and marital status did not, all moderating variables were not significant on the vocational aspirations. It was recommended that Government should establish public counseling clinic for professional counselors and allowing them to establish private counseling clinic just like private hospitals established by Doctors in Nigeria . It was specifically recommended that four (4) rehabilitation/vocational training centers should be established in 774 local governments areas ( i.e 3,096) in Nigeria through the partnership collaboration between the three (3) tiers of Government and World bodies such as World Bank, UNESCO, UNDP,UNICEF, and British Council