Prof. (Mrs.) ADEGBITE, Dorcas Adetokunbo

Degree:                                          Ph.D., M.Sc., B.Sc.,
E-mail:                                           adegbitetoks@gmail.com
Telephone No:                            +234 – 803 422 9684, 0708 400 7894
Department:                                Agricultural Media Resources and
Extension Centre
Academic Rank:                          Professor
Current Position:                        Director
Specialization:                           Agricultural Economics/ Agricultural
Cooperatives & Finance Gender- related Group Dynamics & Cooperatives.


ACADEMIC DEGREE WITH DATE
• Ph.D.          (2002)
• M.Sc.          (1989)
• B.Sc.          (1984)


INSTITUTIONS ATTENDED WITH DATE
(a) University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria                    (1997-2002)
(b) University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria                    (1988-1989)
(c) University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria                     (1979-1984)
(d) Lagos State Polytechnic- School of Agriculture, Ikorodu (Formerly, Lagos State College of Science and Technology)           (1976-1978)


MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL BODIES
   (a) Nigerian Association of Agricultural Economists             Member
(b)   Farm Management Association of Nigeria                       Member
(c) Nigerian Soya beans Association                                          Member
(d)   Science Teachers’ Association of Nigeria                          Member
(f) Children-In-Agriculture Programme National Network   Member
(g) Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria (AESON)           Member
(h)   Nigerian Institute of Management (NIM)                          Member


PRIZES, HONOURS, NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL RECOGNITION
• Best Student of the 1976/78 Set of the School of Agriculture, Ikorodu, Lagos State
• Certificate of Merit, 2005/2006 Academic Session: Agricultural Economics Students’ Association (AECOSA), UNAAB Chapter.   (2005)
• Commendation Letter by the Director of AMREC    (August 2006)
• Service Merit Award, as a “Distinguished P.T.A. Executive/ College Board Member”, Sacred Heart Catholic College, Abeokuta, Catholic Diocese of Abeokuta,   (July, 2007)
• Commendation by the University Registrar   (February, 2008)
• Commendation by the University Registrar     (March, 2008)


COURSES TAUGHTRESEARCH CONDUCTED
(i)  UNAAB/NCRP/NARP: Women’s Contributions to family farming in Ogun and Osun States (1996-2000)
(ii) UNAAB/NARP: Towards technology transfer of Trellis method of Yam staking And Woodlot establishment in selected UNAAB Extension villages.(1997-1999)
(iii)  Performance of soyabean in Cassava/Maize mixed cropping system of varying Ecological zones in Ogun State.(1998-2000)
(iv)    Effects of Salts on the growth and performance of Ruminants in the UNAAB Extension villages. (1999-2001)
(v)     Base-line and Reconnaissance Survey of selected Extension villages (2001-2002)
(vi)    Impact of AMREC Extension Services on Farmers’ Productivity  (2003)
(vii)    Institutional Experience in the Adoption of Agro-chemicals by Farmers: The Case Of UNAAB Extension Approach (2004-2005)
(vii)   Feasibility of Private Integrated Extension Services in Ogun State, Nigeria        (2004)
(viii)   Improving Agricultural Extension Services through University Outreach Initiative : A Case of Farmers in model Villages, Ogun State, Nigeria. (2005-2006)
(ix)    Farmers’ Participation and involvement in Soyabean production in South-west Nigeria (2004-2007)
(x)     Performance Evaluation of Fadama Development Project, Phase II in OgunState : A  Case of Owode LGA Users’ Association(2006-2007)
(xi)   Analysis of Informal Credit Operations among farmers in ATISBO Local Government Area of Oyo State, Nigeria (2006)
(xii)  Performance Evaluation of Ogun State Agricultural and Multi-purpose Credit Agency (OSAMCA), (2004-2006)(2007)
(xiii)  Analysis of Cassava Farmers’ Access to formal sources of Micro-credit in Iddo LocalGovernment Area of Oyo State(2007)

PUBLICATIONS
1. Adegbite, DA (1999): “Some Neglected Issues in Entrepreneurship Skill Development in Nigeria “in journal of Nigerian Rural Sociologists, Vol. No. (1).

2.  Adegbite, DA. And Ayinde ,A.I.(1998): “Family Economic Advancement Programme: A Strategy towards Rural Poverty Alliviation and food Security in Nigeria ”in Fabiyi,Y.L and Williams,S.B(Eds),Published by the Nigerian Agricultural Economics,Obafemi Awolowo University,Ile-Ife,Osun State,Nigeria,pp298-304.

3.  Adegbite, DA (1999): “Economic and comparative Analysis of Joint Cocoa Seedlings Nursery Establishment Case Study of Ijemo-Fadipe,UNAAB Extent ion Village, Ogun State, Journal of Rural Economics and Development University of Ibadan, Department of Agriculture Economics Ibadan ,Nigeria, Vol. 12 (1)

4. Adegbite, DA (1999): “ Assessment of the Profitability of Mushroom Production in Oyo And Lagos State, Journal of Tropical Ethno-Forestry Vol12 No 7 PP.71-80

5. Soyinka, G.O and Adegbite,D.A (2000): “Institutional Mechanisms for Women Advancement: Strategies for  promoting family health and stability” West African Journal, Vol.(11),pp.54-57

6. Phillip, B.B and Adegbite, D.A (2001): “Gender Issues in the Acquisition of Human Capital for Development in the new Millennium, Knowledge Review Journal, Vol.3 (1), pg 116-120.

7. Adegbite, D.A, Soyinka, G.O, Phillip, B.B (2002). “Women-In-Agriculture and Environmental Sanitation for Optimum Health and Productivity: Implications for Women –In-Development Unit of AMREC”, Farm Management Journal Vol.6 (1), .94-106.

8. Adegbite, D.A. and Akintola, J.O(2004): “ Poverty and Micro-finance : Analysis of the Repayment performance on Loans under the Nigerian Agricultural Cooperative Bank Limited in Ogun State, Nigeria” Farm Management Journal vol.6(2),2004

9. Adegbite, D.A. and Oluwalana, E.O.A (2004): “Revolving Loan Scheme As a poverty Alleviation Strategy: A Case Study of Women Groups in UNAAB Extension Villages”, Farm Management Journal Vol.6.(2)2004

10. Apantaku,S.o, Awotunde,J.M, Adegbite, D.A and Ajayi, E.A (2005): “The Feasibility of Private Integrated Agricultural Extension Services in Ogun state, Nigeria”, Journal of Social Development in Africa, Kopje, Harare, Zimbabwe, pp 59-76

11. Adegbite, D.A (2005): “An Assessment of the Agricultural Credit Guarantee Scheme in Ogun State, Nigeria” in Bowen Journal of Agriculture, Published by the Faculty of Agriculture, Bowen university, Two, Osun State, Nigeria, Vol.2 (1) pp 73-84.

12. Adegbite, D.A. (2005): “ Quantitative Analysis of the major determinants of Loan Repayments under the Nigerian Agricultural cooperative bank Small holders ‘ Loan Scheme, Ogun State, Nigeria in ASSET: International Journal of Agricultural Sciences, Science, Environment and Technology, Publication of the University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, ogun State,Nigeria,Vol.5(1), pp 1-12

13. Oloruntoba A.O and Adegbite, D.A. (2006): “Improving Agricultural Extension Services through University Outreach Initiative : A Case of Famers in model Villages in Ogun State” Journal of Agriculture Education and Extension, Wageningen University, Netherlands

14. Adegbite, D.A. Momoh, S And Alalade A (2007): “ Determinants of informal Savings Mobilisation among Famers in Ogun State, Nigeria” in Journal of Sustainable Development, Published by Amstys Books and Publishing co, Vol. 4, no. ½, 2007, pp 25-31

15. Adegbite, D.A. and Olaoye O.J (2007): “ Performance Assessment of Ogun State Agricultural and multi-purpose Credit Agency in Credit Delivery and Operation” in ASSET : International Journal  of  Agricultural Sciences, Science, Environment and Technology, Publication of the University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria, Series C, Vol. 2(1) ,pp 1-12

16. Adegbite, D.A, Adubi K.O, Oloruntoba A.O, Oyekunle O, Sobanke S.B : “ Impact of National Fadama Development Project  II on small-scale farmers’  income in Ogun State : Implications for Financial Support to farmers”, in ASSET: International Journal of Agricultural Sciences,Sciences,Environment  and Technology, Publication of the University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, ogun state, Nigeria, Series C, Vol 2 (1),2007

Papers in Referred / Edited Conference Proceedings
17. Adegbite, D.A. (1998): “Socio-economic Implications of Attaining sustainable Health Standards in the rural areas” Kushwaha  et  al  (Eds) in Proceedings of the 14th Farm Management Association of Nigeria (FAMAN) Conference, held at Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University (ATBU),Bauchi, Bauchi state, Nigeria, 20th-23rd September 1998, ATBU Press, pg.68-70.

18. Adegbite, D.A. (1998) : “ Economic and comparative Analysis of Joint Cocoa Seedlings Nursery Establishment : A Case Study of Ijemo-Fadipe, UNAAB Extension Village, Ogun State” Kushwaha  et  al  (Eds) in Proceedings of the 14th Farm Management Association of Nigeria (FAMAN) Conference, held at Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University (ATBU),Bauchi, Bauchi state, Nigeria, 20th-23rd September 1998, ATBU Press, pg.63-68.

19. Adegbite, D.A. (1998): “The Role of Children in Agricultural Development of Nigeria”. F.E Farinde,and Torimiro (Eds) in Proceedings of the 1st National Network Meeting and Conference of the Children- In –Agriculture Prorammers,held at Olabisi Onabanjo University Ago – Iwoye Ogun State Nigeria

20. Adegbite, D.A. (1999): “Developing Children – In –Agriculture Programmes”. Williams S.B, Ogbimi, F.E and Farinde, A.J (eds) in proceedings of the 2nd National Network Meeting and  conference of the Children -In – Agriculture Programmes, held at Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife , Osun State, 4th -7th May 1999,pg 63 -71.
21. Adegbite, D.A. and Adedoyin ,S.F. “ Alleviating farm Children’s problems through Rural Development Programmes” Williams S.B, Ogbimi, F.E and Faramide A.J (eds) in Proceedings of the 2nd National Network Meeting and Conference of the Children –In –Agriculture Programmes, held at Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile –Ife, Osun State , 4th -7th May, 1999, 165 -172.

22. Adebayo, K.A, Idowu, I.A and Adegbite, D.A. (1999): “Role of teachers in facilitating the learning of Agricultural Science at Secondary School Level”, Williams S.B, Ogbimi, F.E and Farinde, A.J (eds), A paper presented at the 2nd National Network Meeting and Conference of Children –In –Agriculture Programmes, Held at obafemi Awolowo University, Ile –Ife, Osun State, 4th – 7th May 1999, pg 234-237.

23. Adegbite, D.A. and Inah, E.I (2004): “ The Roles of Institutional Outfits in Poverty Alleviation: A Case of UNAAB Extension Villages”,Akande, S.O (Ed.) Proceedings of the 16th Farm Management Association of Nigeria (FAMAN) Conference, held at Sheraton Hotels, Abuja, Nigeria,21st -23rd October 2002,

Chapters in Published Books of Readings / Technical Monographs.
24. Adegbite, D.A. (1998): “ The Roles of Youths in Agricultural Development ” in National Research Network Book of Readings in Agriculture and related Issues, Published by the Children -In- Agriculture Programme Network, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago- Iwoye, Ogun State, Nigeria

25. Adegbite, D.A. and Akintola, J.O (2004): “ Land Use Planning in Ogun State : Implications for Agricultural Development” in Readings in Land and natural Resources in Nigeria,Falusi, A.O (Ed), University Press, Ibadan, pp 16 -34

26. Adegbite, D.A. (2005): Farm Records keeping and labour Management in Agricultural Management Oludime ,O.B. and Ogunsiji, A.S. (Eds), Asogun Book Publishers, ch. 20 pp. 211 -223

27. Adegbite, D.A. (2006): Records Keeping in Proceedings of Workshop on “Bee –Keeping Practice and Medicinal Application”, Omotayo A.M, Oluwalana, S.A, Jaiyeola M.A and Irekhore, O.T (Eds),AMREC Publication Series No. 2, Ch.6, pp. 59 -71.

28. Oluwalana E.O.A, Adegbite,D.A and Oluwalana, S.A (2006): Entrepreneurship Skill Development in Bee- Keeping Business and Market Opportunities for Bee – hives Proceedings of workshop on “ Bee –Keeping Practice and Medicinal Application”, Omotayo A.M Oluwalana, S.A., Jaiyeola M.A and Irekhore, O.T. (Eds),AMREC Publication Series, No.2, Ch.6, pp. 31- 58.

Surveys and Technical Reports (Reviewed and Edited).
29. Adegbite, D.A. (1996): Towards the Establishment of a Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation Unit of AMREC, (March 1996)

30. Adegbite, D.A. and Okuneye, P.A (1998): “Evaluation of AMREC’s Extension Programmes and Activities (1990-1995)

31. Annual Reports of Extension programmes and AMREC, Various Editions,(1995-2006)

32. Reports of AMREC’s Visits to the ADPs in UNAAB’s Catchments Area (2001)

33. AMREC Training Brochure, (2000)

34. “Agriculture Extension Programmes Development : UNAAB –AMREC Experience”   (June,2001)

35. The Agricultural Media Resources and Extension Centre : Past, Present and Future (July,2003)
36. The History of AMREC (July,2004)

37. Institutional Strategies for Sustainable Agriculture and Improved Productivity in Nigeria: UNAAB’s Contributions And Experience” (September,2004)

38. “Institutional Experience in the Adoption of Agro –Chemicals by Farmers: The UNAAB Extension Approach”  (September,2004)

39. Quarterly Publications on Commodity Prices in rural and urban Markets (April 2005-till date)

40. Mainstreaming the Vulnerable and Marginalized into Fadama Project II : Case study of selected Local Government Areas of Ogun State (February-July 2006)

41. Analysis of Informal Credit Operations among Farmers in ATISBO Local Government Area Oyo State, Nigeria.(March-November,2007)

42. Analysis of Cassava Farmers’ Access to Formal Sources of micro –credit In Ido Local Government Area of Oyo State, Nigeria (January-May,2008)

PAPERS PRESENTED AT CONFERENCES/WORKSHOPS.
43. Adegbite D.A (1997): “Agricultural Science and Technology” in Workshop on Girl-Child Development in Ogun State held at the Ogun State Women Commission,  (January 28th 1997).

44. Adegbite D.A (1997):Some Important Issues in Entrepreneurship Skill Development, A paper Presented at a one-day Workshop organized by the ogun state Women Commission for Women on FEAP- Vision 2010 in Business Concerns  (May 1997).

45. Adegbite D.A (1998): Patterns of Land use in Ogun State, Seminar Presented at the University Ibadan, Department of Agriculture Economics, Ibadan,  (October,1999)

46. Adegbite D.A (1998):Methods of Land preparation for Cropping Paper Presented at the full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship Farmers’ Outreach, Idi- Aba Chapter, Ogun State, Nigeria, (16th March,1998)

47. Adegbite D.A (1998): Tips on preparing student’ JETS Project at Primary and Post-Primary School levels. Paper Delivered at Junior Engineers Technicians and Scientists(JETS) Pre-Competition Workshop for Zonal education Officers, Principals of secondary Schools and technical Colleges, Head teachers of primary Schools, JETS Coaches, Commissioners and Director General  in Ogun State at Rev.Kuti  Memorial Grammar School, Abeokuta  (4th July,1998)

48. Adegbite, D.A.(1998) “Socio-economic Implications of Attaining sustainable Health Standards in the rural areas” Kushwaha  et  al  (Eds) in Proceedings of the 14th Farm Management Association of Nigeria (FAMAN) Conference, held at Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University (ATBU),Bauchi, Bauchi state, Nigeria, 20th-23rd September 1998,

49. Adegbite, D.A.(1999): and Adedoyin,F.S (1999): “ Alleviating farm Children’s problems through Rural Development Programmes” Williams S.B, Ogbimi, F.E and Faramide A.J (eds) in Proceedings of the 2nd National Network Meeting and Conference of the Children –In –Agriculture Programmes, held at Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile –Ife, Osun State , 4th -7th May, 1999,

50. Adegbite, D.A. (1999): Developing Children-In –Agriculture Programmes.A paper presented at the 2nd National Network Meeting and Conference of the Children-in-Agriculture Programmes, held at Obafemi Awolowo University, ile-Ife, Osun State. 4th-7th may 1999.

51. Adegbite, D.A. (2000): “ Striving for greater Efficiency in Cooperate Development: Investment  Analysis as a way out “A paper presented at the Annual Workshop of the Egbejoda (Abeokuta)Cooperative Thift and Credit Union Limited, held at St Peter’s Cathedral Church Ake, Abeokuta. On the 2nd -3rd April 2000.

52. Adegbite, D.A, Sokoya,G.O, Phillips,B.B (2001): “ Women –In –Agriculture and Environmental Sanitation for Optimum Health and Productivity: Implications for Women-In-Development Unit of AMREC”A paper presented at the farm Management Association Nigeria (FAMAN)Conference,2001 at the University of Agriculture Abeokuta, March 2001.

53. Adegbite, D.A. (2001): “The Emerging Roles of Women Leaders at the Grassroots in the New Dispensation: A Critical Review”. An invited paper delivered at a 3-day Workshop organized by the Ondo State Ministry of Women Affairs in collaboration with fessy Olabode and Associates on the 12th -14th November, 2001 at the Oyo state House of Assembly Complex, Agodi, Ibadan, Nigeria.

54. Adegbite, D.A. (2002): “The Roles of institutional Outfits in Poverty Alleviation : A Case of UNAAB Extension Villages”, A paper presented at the 16th farm Management Association of Nigeria (FAMAN) Conference, held at Sheraton Hotels, Abuja, Nigeria, 21st-23rd October 2002.

55. Adegbite, D.A. (2002): “ Poverty and Micro-Finance: Analysis of the Repayment Performance on Loans under the Nigeria Agricultural Cooperative Bank Limited Ogun State,Nigeria”,A paper presented at the farm Management Association Nigeria(FAMAN) Conference held at the Sheraton Hotels,Abuja,Nigeria,21st-23rd October 2002.

56. Adegbite, D.A. (2002): “Revolving Loan Scheme as a poverty :Alleviation Strategy: A Case Study Of Women Groups in UNAAB Extension Villages “A paper presented at The Farm Management Association Nigeria(FAMAN) Conference, held at Sheraton Hotels,Abuja,Nigeria,21st-23rd October 2002

57. Adegbite, D.A, Apantaku S.o, Awotunde J.M and Ajayi E.A (2003): “Feasibility and Integrated Private Extension Services, Ogun State,Nigeria”.A Paper Presented at the Farm Management Association Nigeria (FAMAN) Conference, held at University of Calabar,Nigeria,19th-21th November 2003.

58. Adegbite, D.A. (2004): “Innovation in Micro-financing: Cooperative Study of Performance of a selected Cooperative Thrift and Credit Society in Ogun State.”A Paper Presented at the Farm Management Association Nigeria (FAMAN) Conference, at the Central Bank of Nigeria Conference Hall, Abuja, Nigeria, 19th-21th October, 2004.

59. Adegbite, D.A. (2004): “Innovation in Micro-financing: Performance evaluation of Nigerian Agricultural Cooperatives and rural Development Bank, Ogun State, Nigeria”. A Paper Presented at the Farm Management Association Nigeria (FAMAN) Conference, at the Central Bank of Nigeria Corporate Headquarters, Abuja, Nigeria, 19th-21th October, 2004.

60. Adegbite, D.A. (2004): “Institutional Experience in Adoption of agro-chemicals by Farmers : The case of UNAAB Extension Approach”, A Paper Presented at the Farm Management Association Nigeria (FAMAN)Conference at the Central Bank of Nigeria Conference Hall,Buja,Nigeria, 19th-21th October, 2004.

61. Adegbite, D.A. (2004): “Educating Rural Communities for Progress : The Role of Extension Services”, An invited paper presented at 3-day training for Ogun State Agricultural officers on GL 07-12,at the Staff Development Centre,Abeokuta,March,2005.

62. Adegbite, D.A. (2005): “Organization of Viable Co-operatives for Fisher folks “A Paper Presented at BATN Foundation/AMREC-sponsored 2-day training for Fish Farmers in Lagos State, Held at Epe on 6th-7th November, 2006.

63. Adegbite, D.A and Alalade B. (2006): “Determinants of Informal Savings Operations”:Case of Odeda and Yewa-North Local Government Area, Ogun State,Nigeria,presented at the Annual Conference of the Nigerian Association of Agricultural Economists |(NAAE), Akinota University of Tecnology,Ogbomosho,Oyo State,       November, 2006.

64. Adegbite, D.A. (2006): “The Role of effective Peer Education in the menance of HIV/AIDs and STIs,paper presented at a Training Workshop for Peer Educators on STIS/HIV/AIDs,                            December, 2006

65. Adegbite, D.A. (2007): “Maximizing Investment Opportunities: The need for efficient Co-operative Leadership, Character and Trust”. A paper presented at the State House of Assembly Complex, Ibadan for Co-operators in Oyo Osun State. April, 2007.

OTHER CONFERENCES, SEMINARS AND WORKSHOPS ATTENDED
66. 2-day Seminar on “ Stabilizing Cooperative Structure ”,organized by Egbejoda Cooperative Thrift and Credit Union Limited, Ogun State,       April 5th-6th,2005.

67. Workshop on Teaching and Academic Administrative in the Nigerian Universities organized by the Research and Development Centre (RESDEC), University of Agriculture, Abeokuta,            August 2005.

68. Farm Management Association of Nigeria (FARMAN) Coference,held at the Delta State University,      September,2005

69. Capacity training for HIV/AIDs Voluntary Counseling and testing, Care and support for people living with the University of Agriculture, Abeokuta,    30th September-7th October,2005

70. UNAAB/AMREC In-House Review Meeting with the ADPs in the South West, held at the Senate Chamber, University of  Agriculture, Abeokuta,   29th-30th November,2005

71. Workshop on “ Beekeeping and Medicinal Practice”, held at the Senate Chamber, University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, December,2005

72. Biotechnology: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow, held at Adesba Hotel Conference Hall, Abeokuta,     December,2005

73. Workshop on “Writing Grant Winning Proposals, organized by the Research and Development Centre (RESDEC),University of Agriculture,Abeokuta,  January,2006.

74. Workshop on  “New Horizon in Specialists Extension in Nigeria, Organized by the Agricultural media Resources and Extension Centre (AMREC)for ADRs,UNAAB and other related Agency’s Extension personnel     April,2006

75. One-day Workshop on  “Market Linkage/Technology Development for Root and Tuber Expansion Programme (RTEP),organized by Federal Agro-processing and marketing Expansion Group(FAMEG)in collaboration with Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, National Centre For Agricultural Mechanization(NCAM), held at the Lagos Airport Hotel,Ikeja,            31thJanuary,2007

76. Training on “Evaluation on improve packaging techniques for value-added products in tomatoes at Imeko-Afon Local Government Area of Ogun State.”  April,2007

77. National Conference on Economics Reforms and the Nigerian financial; System held at the Department of Finance, University of Lagos, Nigeria on    April3rd and 4th 2007.

78. Farm Management Association of Nigeria (FAMAN)Conference, held at the Delta State University,  August,2007

79. International Workshop on “capacity for Supplying Evidence for Agricultural and rural development policies and Strategies and sustaining and capacity for future Generations”, Sponsored by the international Food policy Research Institute (IFRPI)in collaboration with the Federal ministry of Agriculture and Water Resources, held at the University of Ibadan, Nigeria.     28th April, 2008.

PUBLICATIONS IN LEARNED JOURNALS
1. Adegbite D.A and Olaoye O.J (2007): “Performance Assessment Of Ogun State Agricultural and Multi-Purpose Credit Agency in Delivery and Operation “in ASSET: International Journal of Agricultural Science, Environment and Technology, Publication of the University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria, Series C,Vol. 2(1).2007

2. Adegbite D.A,Adubi K.O,Oloruntoba A.O,Oyekunle O,Sobanke S.B: “Impact of National Fadama Development Project II on small-scale farmers’ Income in Ogun State: Implications for financial support to farmers”, in ASSET: International Journal of Agricultural Sciences,Science,Environmental and Technology, Publication of the University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria, Series C,Vol.2(1),2007.

3. Adegbite D.A,Momoh,S and Alalade A(2007): “Determinants of Informal Savings Mobilization among Farmers in Ogun State, Nigeria “in Journal of Sustainable Development, Published by Amstys Books and Publishing Co., Vol. 4, No.1/2, 2007.

4. Oloruntoba A.O and Adegbite D.A,(2006) “ Improving Agricultural Extension Service through University Outreach Initiatives: A Case of Farmers in model Villages in Ogun State Journal  of Agricultural Education and Extesion,Wageningen University, Netherlands

5. Adegbite D.A,(2005): “ Quantitative Analysis of the major determinant of Loan Repayment under the Nigeria Agricultural Cooperative bank Small holders’ Loan Scheme,Ogun,State,Nigeria in ASSET: International Journal of Agricultural Sciences,Science,Environment and Technology, Publication of the University of Agriculture,Abeokuta,Ogun,State,Nigeria,Vol. 5(1),pp 1-12

6. Apantaku,S.O,Awotunde,J.M, Adegbite D.A and Ajayi, E.A (2005): “The Feasibility of Private Integrated Agricultural Extension Service in Ogun state,Nigeria”,Journal of Social Development in Africa,Kopje,Harare,Zimbabwe,pp 59-76

7. Adegbite D.A,(2005): “An Assessment of the Agricultural Credit Guarantee Scheme in Ogun State, Nigeria “in Bowen University,Iwo,Osun,State,Nigeria,Vol.6.(2),2004

8. Adegbite D.A. and Oluwalana,E.O.A(2004): “Revolving Loan Scheme As a  As a Poverty Alleviation Strategy: A Case Study of Women Groups in UNAAB Extension Villages”, Farm Management Journal Vol.6(2),2004

9. Adegbite D.A. and Akintola,J.O.(2004: “Poverty and Micro-finance :Analysis of the Repayment performance on Loans under the Nigeria Agricultural Cooperative Bank Limited in Ogun State,Nigeria”Farm Management Journal Vol.6(2),2004)

10. Adegbite D.A, Sokoya, G.O, Phillip, B.B (2002). “Women-In-Agriculture and Environmental Sanitation for Optimum Health and Productivity: Implications for Women –In-Development Union of AMREC”, Farm Management Journal Vol.6 (6), 94-106.

11. Phillip, B.B and Adegbite D.A.(2001):Gender Issues in the Acquisition of Human Capital for Development in the new Millinnium,Knowledge Review Journal,Vol.3(1),              Pg 116-120

12. Sokoya, G.O and Adegbite D.A. (2000): Institutional Mechanism a for Women Advancement: Strategies for promoting family health and stability “West African Journal of Nursing Vol. (11).pg.54-57.

13. Adegbite D.A,(1999): “Assessment of the Profitability of Mushroom Production in Oyo and Lagos States, Journal Of Tropical Ethno-Forestry Vol 2 No7 Pp.71-80

14. Adegbite D.A.(1999): “ Economics and Comparative |Analysis of Joint Coacoa Seedlings Nursery Establishment: A Case Study of Ijemo-fadipe,UNAAB Extension Village, Ogun State, Journal of Rural Economics and Development University of Ibadan,Depertment of Agricultural Economics Ibadan,Nigeria,Vol.12(1).

15. Adegbite D.A. (1999): “Some Neglected Issues in Entrepreneurship Skill Development in Nigeria” in Journal of Nigerian Rural Sociologists, Vol. No.4 (1).

16. Adegbite D.A. and Ayinde,A.I.(1998): “ Family Economic Advancement Programme:A Strategy towards Rural Poverty Allivation and food Security in Nigeria” in Fabiyi, Y.L and Williams, S.B.(Eds),_Published by the Nigerian Agricultural Economists, Obafemi Awolowo University,Ile-Ife,Osun State,Nigeria,Pp 298-304.

PAPERS IN REFERRED/ EDITED CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS
17. Adegbite D.A.  and Inah, E.I.(2004): “ The Roles of Institutional Outfits in Poverty Alleviation: A Case of UNNAB Extension Villages”,Akande, S.O(Ed.)Proceedings of the 16th Farm  Management Association of Nigeria(FAMAN)Conference, held at Sheraton Hotels,Abuja,Nigeria,21st-23rd October 2002.

18. Adegbite D.A. (1998): “Socio-economic Implications of Attaining sustainable Health Standards in the rural areas” Kushwaha et   al (Eds) in Proceedings of the 14th Farm Management Association of Nigeria(FAMAN)Conference, held at Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University(ATBU),Bauchi, Bauchi State,Nigeria,20th-23rd September 1998,ATBU Press,Pg.68-70.

19. Adegbite D.A.(1998): “ Economics and Comparative Analysis of Joint Cocoa Seedlings Nursery Establishment: A Case Study of Ijemo-Fadipe,UNAAB Extension Village, Ogun State “Kushwaha et   al (Eds) in Proceedings of the 14th Farm Management Association of Nigeria(FAMAN)Conference, held at Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University(ATBU),Bauchi, Bauchi State,Nigeria,20th-23rd September 1998,ATBU Press,Pg.68-70.

20. Adegbite D.A.(1998): “The Roles of Children in Agricultural Development of Nigeria”.F.E Farinde,and Torimiro (Eds.)in Proceedings of the 1st National Network Meeting and University Ago-Iwoye, Ogun State, Nigeria

21. Adegbite D.A.(1998): “Developing children-In-Agriculture Programmes”.Williams S.B,Ogbimi,F.E and Farade,A.J(eds)in Processing of the 2nd National Network Meeting and Conference of the Children-In-Agriculture Programmes, held at obafemi Awolowo University,Ile Ife,Osun State,4th-7th 199.Pg 63-71.

22. Adegbite D.A. and Adedoyin, S.F. “Allevation Farm Children’s Problems through Rural Development programmes” Williams S.B, Ogbimi, F.E and, A.j (eds)in Processing’s of the 2nd national Network Meeting and Conference of the Children-In-Agriculture Programms,held at Obafemi Awolowo University,Ile Ife,Osun State,4th-7th May,1999,Pg 165-172.

23. Adebayo, K.A. Idowu, I.A. and Adegbite D.A. (1999): “Role of Teachers in facilitating the Learning of Agricultural Science at Secondary School Level”, Williams S.B, Ogbimi, F.E and Faramide, A.J (Eds), A paper presented at the 2nd National Network Meeting and Conference of. Children-In-Agriculture programmes, held at Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife, Osun State, 4th-7th May 1999, Pg 234-237.

CHAPTERS IN PUBLISHED BOOKS/BOOKS OF READINGS/TECHNICAL MONOGRAPHS.

24. Adegbite D.A. and Akintola,J.O(2004): “ Land Use planning in Ogun State: Implications for Agricultural Development” in Reading in Land and natural resources in Nigeria,Falusi,A.O(Ed),University Press,Ibadan,Pp 16-34.

25. Adegbite D.A. (2005): Farm Records Keeping and Labour Management in Agricultural Management, Oludimu, O.B. and Ogunsiji, A.S (Eds), Asogun Book Publishers, Ch.20, Pp.211-223.

26. Adegbite D.A.(2006):Records Keeping in Proceedings of Workshop on “ Bee-keeping Practice and Medicinal Application”,Omotayo A.M,Oluwalana,S.A.,Jaiyeola M.A and Irekhore,O.T(Eds),AMREC Publication Series No.2,Ch.6, Pp.59-71.

27.  Oluwalana E.O.A, Adegbite, D.A and Oluwalana, S.A (2006): Entrepreneurship Skill Development in Bee-keeping Business and Market Opportunities for Bee-hives  in Proceedings of Workshop on “Bee-Keeping  Practice and Medicinal Application”,  Omotayo, A.M, Oluwalana, S.A., Jaiyeola   M.A and Irekhore, O.T. (Eds), AMREC Publication Series No.2, Ch.6, Pp.31-58 .
Surveys and Technical Reports (Reviewed and Edited).

(i)  Adegbite, D.A. (1996): Towards the Establishment of a Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation Unit of AMREC, (March 1996)

(ii) Adegbite, D.A. and Okuneye, P.A. (1998): “Evaluation of AMREC’s Extension Programmes and Activities  (1990-1995)

(iii) Annual Reports of Extension Programmes and Activities of AMREC, Various Editions (1995-2006)
(iv) Reports of AMREC’s Visits to the ADPs in UNAAB’s Catchments Area         (2001)
(v)AMREC Training Brochure,                                                                             (2000)
(vi) “Agricultural Extension Programmes Development: UNAAB-AMREC Experience”  (June, 2001)
(vii)“The Agricultural Media Resources and Extension Centre: Past, Present and Future”    (July, 2003)
(viii)The History of AMREC. (July, 2004)
(ix) “Institutional Strategies for Sustainable Agriculture And Improved Productivity in Nigeria: UNAAB’s Contributions And Experience”  (September, 2004)
(x) “Institutional Experience in the Adoption of Agro-chemicals by Farmers: The UNAAB   Extension Approach” (September 2004).
(vi)   Papers Presented at Conferences/ Workshops.
 (i)  Adegbite D.A. (1997) “Agricultural Science and Technology” in Workshop on Girl- Child Development in Ogun State held at the Ogun State Women Commission, January 28th 1997.
(ii) Adegbite D.A. (1997): Some Important Issues in Entrepreneurship Skill Development,A paper presented at a one-day Workshop organized by the Ogun State Women Commission for Women on FEAP–Vision 2010 in Business Concerns. May 1997.

(iii) Adegbite D.A. (1997) Patterns of Land use in Ogun State, Seminar presented at  the University of Ibadan, Department of Agriculture Economics, Ibadan, October, 1997

(iv) Adegbite, D.A. (1998) Methods of Land preparation for Cropping Paper presented At the Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship Farmers’ Outreach, Idi-Aba Chapter,Ogun State, Nigeria, 16th March, 1998.

(v)      Adegbite D.A. (1998) Tips on preparing students’ JETS Project at Primary and Post- Primary School levels. Paper delivered at Junior Engineers Technicians and Scientists (JETS) Pre-Competition Workshop for Zonal education Officers, Principals of Secondary Schools and Technical Colleges, Head teachers of Primary Schools, JETS Coaches, Commissioners and Director General in Ogun State at Rev. Kuti Memorial Grammar School, Abeokuta. (4th July, 1998)

(vi)  Adegbite, D.A. (1998): “Socio-economic Implications of attaining sustainable Health Standards in the rural areas” Kushwaha et al (eds) Paper presented at the 14th Farm Management Association of Nigeria (FAMAN) Conference, held at Abubakar Tafawa
Balewa University (ATBU), Bauchi, Bauchi State, Nigeria, 20th –23rd September 1998,

(v) Adegbite, D.A. and Adedoyin, F.S: “Alleviating Farm Children’s Problems through Rural Development Programmes” Williams S.B, Ogbimi, F.E and Farinde, A.J (eds). A Paper of the 2nd National Network Meeting and Conference of the Children-In-Agriculture
Programmes, held at Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Osun State, 4th –7th May, 1999,

(vii)     Adegbite, D.A. Developing Children-In-Agriculture Programmes. A paper presented  At the 2nd National Network Meeting and Conference of the Children-In-Agriculture Programmes, held at Obafemi AwolowoUniversity, Ile-Ife, OsunState.4–7thMay 1999.

(viii) Adegbite, D.A. (2000): “ Striving for greater efficiency in Cooperative Development:Investment Analysis as a Way out” A paper presented at the Annual Workshop of the Egbejoda (Abeokuta) Cooperative Thrift and Credit Union Limited, held at St Peter’s Cathedral Church Ake, Abeokuta. On the 2nd –3rd April 2000.

(ix) Adegbite, D.A, Sokoya, G.O, Phillip, B.B (2001):“Women-In-Agriculture and Environmental Sanitation for optimum Health and Productivity: Implications for Women-In-Development Unit of AMREC” A Paper pr esented at the Farm Management Association Nigeria (FAMAN) Conference, 2001at the University of Agriculture Abeokuta, March 2001.

(ix) Adegbite, D.A (2001): “ The Emerging Roles of Women Leaders at the Grassroots   In the New Dispensation: A Critical Review” .An invited Paper delivered at a 3-day Workshop organized by the Ondo State Ministry of Women Affairs in Collaboration with Fessy Olabode and Associates on the 12th – 14th November, 2001 At the OyoState   House of Assembly Complex, Agodi, Ibadan, Nigeria.

(x)  Adegbite, D.A. (2002):“The Roles of Institutional Outfits in Poverty Alleviation: A Case of UNAAB Extension Villages”, A Paper presented at the 16th Farm Management Association of Nigeria (FAMAN) Conference, held at Sheraton Hotels, Abuja, Nigeria, 21st –23rd October 2002.

(xi)    Adegbite, D.A. (2002): “Poverty and Micro-Finance: Analysis of the Repayment  Performance on Loans under n the Nigerian Agricultural Cooperative Bank Limited Ogun State, Nigeria”, A Paper presented at the Farm Management Association Nigeria
(FAMAN) Conference held at the Sheraton Hotels, Abuja, Nigeria, 21st –23rd October 2002.

(xii)   Adegbite, D.A. (2002): “Revolving Loan Scheme as Poverty: Alleviation Strategy: A Case Study of Women Groups in UNAAB Extension Villages” A Paper presented at the Farm Management Association Nigeria (FAMAN) Conference, held at Sheraton Hotels, Abuja, Nigeria, 21st –23rd October 2002.

(xiii) Adegbite, D.A, Apantaku S.O, Awotunde J.M and Ajayi E.A (2003): “Feasibility of Integrated Private Extension Services, Ogun State, Nigeria”. A Paper presented at the Farm Management Association Nigeria (FAMAN) Conference, held at University of
Calabar, Calabar, Nigeria, 19th – 21st November, 2003.

(xiv) Adegbite, D.A (2004): “Innovation in Micro-financing: Comparative Study of Performance of a selected Cooperative Thrift and Credit Society in Ogun State.” A Paper presented at the Farm Management Association Nigeria (FAMAN) Conference,At the Central Bank of Nigeria Conference Hall, Abuja, Nigeria, 19th- 21st October, 2004.

(xvi)   Adegbite, D.A (2004): “Innovations in Micro Financing: Performance evaluation of Nigerian Agricultural Cooperatives and Rural Development Bank, Ogun State, Nigeria”. A Paper presented at the Farm Management Association Nigeria (FAMAN) Conference, at the Central Bank of Nigeria Corporate Headquarters, Abuja, Nigeria,19th- 21st October 2004.

(xvii)  Adegbite, D.A (2004): “Institutional Experience in Adoption of agro-chemicals by Farmers: The case of UNAAB Extension Approach”, Paper presented at the Farm Management Association Nigeria (FAMAN) Conference, at the Central Bank of  Nigeria Conference Hall, Abuja, Nigeria, 19th- 21st October 2004.

(xix)  Adegbite D.A (2004): “Educating Rural Communities for Progress: The Role of       Extension Services”, An invited paper presented at 3-day training for Ogun State Agricultural officers on GL 07 – 12, at the Staff Development Centre, Abeokuta, March, 2005.

(xx)   Adegbite D.A (2005):“Organisation of Viable Co-operatives for Fisher folks” A paper presented at BATN Foundation/AMREC-sponsored 2-day training for Fish farmers in Lagos State, Held at Epe on 6th – 7th November, 2006.

(xxi)  Adegbite D.A and Alalade B. (2006): “Determinants of Informal Savings Operations”: Case of Odeda and Yewa-North Local Government Area, Ogun State, Nigeria, presented at the Annual Conference of the Nigerian Association of Agricultural Economists (NAAE), Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomosho, Oyo State, November, 2006.

(xxii) Adegbite D.A (2007):”Maximizing Investment Opportunities: The need for efficient Co-operative Leadership, Character and Trust”. A paper presented at the State House of Assembly Complex, Ibadan for Co-operators in Oyo and Osun States. April, 2007.

(xxiii)  Adegbite D.A. (2006): “The Roles of effective Peer Educators in combating the menace of HIV/AIDs and STIs, paper presented at a Training Workshop for Peer Educators on       STIS/HIV/AIDS, December, 2006

L. OTHER CONFERENCES, SEMINARS AND WORKSHOPS ATTENDED
 (i)     2-day Seminar on “Stabilizing Cooperative Structure”, organised by Egbejoda Cooperative Thrift and Credit Union Limited, Ogun State, April 5th -6th, 2005
(ii)     Workshop on Teaching and Academic Administration in the Nigerian Universities, organised by the Research and Development Centre (RESDEC), University of
Agriculture, Abeokuta, August 2005.
(ii)    Farm Management Association of Nigeria (FAMAN) Conference, held at the Delta State University, September, 2005
(iii)    Capacity training for HIV/AIDS Voluntary Counselling and testing, Care and support  For people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHAs), sponsored by USG/Nigeria Partnership For HIV and AIDS (PEPFAR) in collaboration with the University of Agriculture,
Abeokuta, 30th September- 7th October, 2005
(iv)  UNAAB/AMREC In-House Review Meeting with the ADPs in the South West, held At the Senate Chamber, University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, 29th -30th November, 2005
(v)   Workshop on “Beekeeping and Medicinal Practice” , held  at the Senate Chamber, University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, December, 2005
(vii)  Biotechnology: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow, held at Adesba Hotel Conference  Hall, Abeokuta, December, 2006
(vi)   Workshop on “Writing Grant Winning Proposals, organised by the Research and  Development Centre (RESDEC), University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, January, 2006.
(vii)   One-day Workshop on “Market Linkage/Technology Development for Root and Tuber Expansion Programme (RTEP), organised by Federal Agro-processing and marketing Expansion Group (FAMEG) in collaboration with the Federal Ministry of Agriculture And Rural Development, National Centre for Agricultural Mechanization (NCAM), Held at the Lagos Airport Hotel, Ikeja, 31st January, 2007
(viii)  National Conference on Economic Reforms and the Nigerian Financial System held At the Department of Finance, University of Lagos, Nigeria on April 3rd and 4th 2007.
(ix)    FAMAN,2007 Conference, Aiyetoro, Yewa north, Ogun State, Nigeria , August,2007
(x)   Nigerian Association of Agricultural Economists  Conference Jos, November, 2007
(xi)  1st RESDEC Research Review Meeting, University of Agriculture, Abeokuta April, 2008
(xii)  Workshop on Cooperative Development and Welfare Management of members, April 2008
(xiii) Stakeholders’ Conference on Research and Development Thrust for UNAAB April, 2008
(xiv) Workshop on Agricultural Policy Support Facility:
(v)   Matron, African Children Voices, Southwest Area Zone.