Aid and trade for livestock development and food security in West Africa [Boek]
Lee, J. van der \ Schiere, H. \ Bosma, R. \ Olde, E. de \ Bol, S. \ Cornelissen, J. \ 2014
Veehouderij is in West Afrika van oudsher erg belangrijk. Het kent vele vormen en dient veel doelen, die vooral verschuiven van noord naar zuid. Deze analyse van de West Afrikaanse veehouderij is een quickscan geschreven door Wageningen UR Livestock ...
Kerstthema: pluimvee wereldwijd \ De pluimveehouderij [Artikel]
Duindam, D. \ Loon-van Duijnhoven, M. van \ Brockötter, F. \ Holik, V. \ Buranakanonda, A. \ Whittle, K. \ Horne, P. van \ Vorotnikov, V. \ 2013
In tien verhalen wordt in kaart gebracht hoe pluimveehouders wereldwijd in hun bedrijfsvoering staan. Experts laten hun licht over de toekomst schijnen. In dit themanummer staan de volgende artikelen: 1) Duitsland, vader en zoon ieder een eigen syste ...
'Waar is onze VOC-mentaliteit gebleven?' \ Aquacultuur [Artikel]
Scheerboom, J. \ Leenstra, S. \ 2013
Interview met Willy Fleuren - bekend als kweker van Afrikaanse meerval en leverancier van systemen.
Feasibility study on the import of fresh organic coconut from Nigeria to Germany : a case study of BioTropic import company, Germany [Studentenverslag]
Bashirat, O.O. \ 2012
This study focuses on the economic feasibility of fresh organic coconut in Nigeria and other important factors such as quality, volume, logistic and standard that is involved in the supply of one container fresh organic coconut from Nigeria to German ...
Afrikaanse landbouwgigant wordt langzaam wakker : biologische landbouw: nieuwe inkomstenbron voor Nigeria? \ Ekoland : vakblad voor biologische landbouwmethoden, verwerking, afzet en natuurvoeding [Artikel]
Johnson, M. \ 2011
Nigeria doet er goed aan om actief in te zetten op biologische landbouw, zowel voor de welvaart als voor het welzijn van de bevolking. De stap van hun traditionele naar biologische landbouwmethoden is klein.
Rice production gives hope to neglected villages \ LEISA : ILEIA newsletter for low-external-input and sustainable agriculture [Artikel]
Salawu, M. \ 2008
Many rural areas do not benefit from a country’s overall development. Local people get discouraged as nothing seems to work to get them out of poverty. However, an outsider may have refreshing ideas. In one remote village in Nigeria, students found t ...
Utilization of citrus pulp based diets and Enterolobium cyclocarpum (JACQ. GRISEB) foliage by West African dwarf goats \ Livestock science [Artikel]
Oni, A.O. \ 2008
Sixteen West African dwarf goats weighing 5.0–5.6 kg were used in an experiment that lasted 112 days to investigate the utilization of citrus pulp based diets and E. cyclocarpum. A control diet which contained 88.5% dried brewers' grains (DBG) and ot ...
Managing agricultural transition in African drylands \ LEISA : ILEIA newsletter for low-external-input and sustainable agriculture [Artikel]
Mortimore, M. \ 2006
Dryland peoples have been contending with changes for as long as they can remember. This article shows how people in the African drylands have managed and adapted their farming practices and related activities in order to secure sustainable livelihoo ...
(Ab)use of veterinary medicines in developing countries \ Tijdschrift voor diergeneeskunde [Artikel]Bijbehorende website
Peeters, K. \ 2006
Onder bovenstaande titel werd op 27 oktober 2005 het jaarlijkse DIO symposium gehouden en georganiseerd door de Stichting Diergeneeskunde in Ontwikkelingssamenwerking. 4 lezingen werden gevolgd over het probleem rond het gebruik en misbruik van veter ...
The role of home economics: population and family education in Nigeria \ Journal of family and consumer sciences [Artikel]
Ukpore, B.A. \ 2005
In Nigeria, home economics teachers must consider the role they play in programs such as family life education, poverty alleviation, and universal basic education. Home economics is one of the subjects through which core messages of the country's Pop ...
Mapping hydrocarbon seepages in the Niger delta using aster products [Studentenverslag]
Ekpenyong, F.U. \ 2005
Nederlandse techniek aan basis van groeiende meervalsector in Nigeria \ Aquacultuur [Artikel]
Heijden, P.G.M. van der \ 2005
15 jaar geleden breidde Willi Fleuren van meervalpootvis-&adviesbedrijf Fleuren&Nooijen zijn activiteiten uit naar het buitenland. Enkele jaren geleden startte hij een samenwerking met een Nigeriaan. Gezamenlijk hebben zij in Nigeria een bedrijf opge ...
Development of erosivity map of Nigeria \ Land and water management : decision tools and practices : proceedings of the 7th inter-regional conference on environment and water [Hoofdstuk uit boek]
Kupolati, W.K. \ Ogedengbe, K. \ Akintola, O.A. [et al.] \ 2004
Mean monthly rainfall data, spanning about a period of 36 years, were used to compute rainfall erosivity indices for some selected stations in Nigeria
Attitudes toward Research and Teaching at some Nigerian Agricultural University Institutions \ The journal of agricultural education and extension : international journal on changes in agricultural knowledge and action systems [Artikel]
Ladebo, O.J. \ 2003
The attitudes of faculty members from four universities toward teaching, research and the associated reward system were studied through questionnaires. The survey generaled 302 responses from two agricultural universities as well as two faculties of ...
Biodiversity management in West African pastoral and agro-pastoral systems \ Biodiversity and the ecosystem approach in agriculture forestry and fisheries [Hoofdstuk uit boek]
Hoffmann, I. \ 2003
The case of the Zamfara Reserve (Nigeria) shows that farmers and pastoralists have developed simular strategies to use and manage biodiversity
Effects of agrochemicals on surface waters and groundwaters in the Tunga-Kawo (Nigeria) irrigation scheme \ Hydrological sciences journal = Journal des sciences hydrologiques [Artikel]
Jimoh, O.D. \ Ayodeji, M.A. \ Mohammed, B. \ 2003
Using weed to fight weed \ LEISA : ILEIA newsletter for low-external-input and sustainable agriculture [Artikel]
Okon, P.B. \ Amalu, U.C. \ 2003
The most devastating weeds are usually found on farmlands degraded of fertility and they can make or break a farm and lead to a total loss of yield
Shelterbelts and farmers' needs \ LEISA : ILEIA newsletter for low-external-input and sustainable agriculture [Artikel]
Onyewotu, L. \ Stigter, K. \ Abdullahi, Y. \ Ariyo, J. \ 2003
As a response to desertification and long periods of drought in Northern Nigeria in the 1970s, the Kano State Forestry Department designed a programme of land rehabilitation using shelterbelts. It soon became clear, however, that the shelterbelts had ...
Technology investment in pollution control in Sub-Saharan Africa : the case of the Nigerian manufacturing industry [Proefschrift]
Adeoti, J.O. \ 2001
Is traditional ecological knowledge relevant in environmental conservation in Nigeria? \ The international journal of sustainable development and world ecology [Artikel]
Osemeobo, G.J. \ 2001
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