Prof.

ADEBAYO Kolawole 

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Short Profile

  • Ph.D., University of Agriculture, Abeokuta 2000-2002
  • M.Agric., University of Agriculture, Abeokuta 1996-1998
  • B.Agric., University of Agriculture, Abeokuta 1989-1994
  • Dip.Agric., UNIFE, School of Agriculture, Akure 1984-1986
  1. Project Manager (Nigeria), EC-funded Development of the small and medium scale enterprise sector producing cassava based products to meet urban demand in West Africa, (2003 – 2006)
  2. Consultant, Advisory Services, Beneficiary Impact Assessment of the Lagos State Second National Fadama Development Project sponsored by The World Bank (2006-2007)
  3. Team Leader, Baseline Survey for the Establishment of SMEs Clusters in 14 States Sponsored by the Small and Medium Enterprise Development Agency of Nigeria (SMEDAN) in collaboration with UNDP (2005 – 2006)
  4. Socio-economic Expert, Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) of: (a) The Proposed Independent Power Plant Project. (b) The Swamp Area Gas-Gathering Project Sponsored by the Federal Ministry of Environment (2006)
  5. Development Communication expert, Investigations on building food marketing policy evidence base in Nigeria sponsored by DFID (2004 – 2005)
  6. Lead Investigator, Dynamics of the technology adoption process in rural-based cassava processing systems in southwest Nigeria sponsored by IFS, Sweden in 2004-2006
  7. Rural Sociologist, Rural-urban migration, poverty and sustainable environment sponsored by CICRED, French Ministry of Foreign Affairs (2003-2005)
  8. Social Development Specialist, Commercialization of traditional foods and sustainable rural livelihoods, sponsored by UK’s DFID (1999 – 2002). This collaborative, multidisciplinary project was the foundation of the EU- funded CASSAVA SMES Project and the wider Presidential Initiative on Cassava in Nigeria.
  9. Rural Sociologist, Trade liberalization and sustainable environment in the export crop sector in Nigeria sponsored by UNEP (1999 –2001)
  10. Research Assistant, Assessment of formal and informal education in the University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, sponsored by the FAO in 1995 – 1996
  11. Development High Quality Cassava Flour Value Chain in five countries in Africa (Nigeria, Ghana, Tanzania, Uganda and Malawi)
  12. Development of Cassava Peel-Based feed for ruminant in southwest Nigeria
  13. Capability Enhancing Support Training Workshop on collaborative Research into Neglected and underutilized species (NUS) International Foundation Science (IFS) Accra Ghana (2013-2015)
  14. Case Study of Nigeria Private Cocoa Extension sponsored by the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI 2013)
  15. Cassava Adding Value for Africa (C:AVA) 2008-2014
  16. Cassava Adding Value for Africa (C:AVA II) 2014-2019
  • Departmental Best Academic Performance Award 1990 -1993
  • Departmental Proficiency Award 1990 -1993
  • Deans’ Honour 1990 -1993
  • Vice-Chancellors’ Honour 1990 -1993
  • Best All-round Graduating Student Award 1994
  • University of Agriculture, Abeokuta Postgraduate Scholarship 1996-1998
  • Federal Government Postgraduate Scholarship 1997/1998
  • Commonwealth Spit-site Doctoral Scholarship (Used at the University of Reading, United Kingdom) 2001/2002
  • International Foundation for Science (IFS) Research Grant 2004-2006
  • International Foundation for Science (IFS) Research Grant 2008-2011
  • World Bank Development Marketplace (DM 2008) Award 2008-2011
  • Farm Management Association of Nigeria (FAMAN)
  • Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria (AESON)
  • Nigerian Rural Sociological Association (NRSA)
  • African Farm Management Assoc (AFMA) – Abuja 2004
  • American Biographical Institute (ABI)
  • Journal of Sustainable Development (JSUSDEV)
  • Agricultural Research and Extension Network (AgREN)
  • Forest, Trees and People Network
  • Nigerian Society for Environmental Management (NISEM)
  • Nigerian Environmental Study Team
  • Ecological Society of Nigeria (ECOSON)
  • International Society for Tropical Root Crops (ISTRC)

Edited Conference Proceedings

  1. Adebayo, K; Fabusoro, E., Sanni, L. O. and Osuntade, O.B (2009): Potential Adoption of the Cassava Peeling Machine in Southwest Nigeria. Proceedings of the15th Triennial Symposium of the International Society for Tropical Root Crops (ISTRC) Ceballos, H. (ed.) 61-65. Published by ISTRC.
  2. Adebayo, K. Osuntade, O. B. And Amoo, T. A. (2008). Urban Farmers’ Perception of Selected Agricultural Television Programmes: Implicatyions for an Agricultural Information Delivery POlcy in Ibadan Metropolis of Oyo State. Proceedings of the 13th Annual National Conference of the Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria (AESON). Madukwe, M. C. (ed.) 41-53. Published by AESON.
  3. Lawal-Adebowale, O. A. and Adebayo, K. (2006): Information and Communication Technologies: Pathway to Effecting Feedback in Mass Extension Method of Message Delivery. Proceedings of the 11th Annual Conference of the Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria (AESON). Madukwe, M. C. (ed.) 183-189. Published by AESON.
  4. Adebayo, K. and Aromolaran, A. K. (2005): “Perception of rural-urban migration by non-migrants in three rural communities of Odeda Local Government Area of Ogun State, Nigeria. Proceedings of the 14th Annual Congress of the Nigerian Rural Sociological Association (NRSA). Ladele, A. A., Omotayo, A. M., Ogunwale, A. B. and Kolawole, O. D. (eds.). 1-9. Published by NRSA.
  5. Asishana, A. H., Ladebo, O. J. and Adebayo, K. (2003): The Role of Trust in Promoting Private Sector Participation in Nigerian Agriculture. Proceedings of the 18th National Conference o the Farm Management Association of Nigeria (FAMAN)   Okuneye, P. A. and Adebayo, K. (eds.). 40-45. Published by FAMAN.
  6. Sanni, L. O., Oyewole, O.B., Adebowale, A. A. and Adebayo, K. (2003): Current Trends in the Utilisation of Roots and Tubers for Sustainable Development. Proceedings of the 2nd International workshop on Food based Approaches for Healthy Nutrition Ruphin, A. (ed.). 123-138. Published by the International Society for Food and Nutrition.
  7. Okuneye, P. A. and Adebayo, K. (2002). Policy Perspectives on Food Preservation and Economic Empowerment in Nigeria. Proceedings of the 17th National Conference of the Farm Management Association of Nigeria (FAMAN). Akande, S. O., Okuneye, P. A. and Adeyeye, V. A. (eds.). 1-7. Published by FAMAN.
  8. Adebayo, K. (2002): Uptake of Agricultural Knowledge and Information for Poverty Alleviation in Nigeria. Proceedings of the 17th National Conference of the Farm Management Association of Nigeria (FAMAN). Akande, S. O., Okuneye, P. A. and Adeyeye, V. A. (eds.). 88-96. Published by FAMAN.
  9. Dipeolu, A., Adebayo, K., Ayinde, I. A., Oyewole, O. B., Sanni, L. O., Pearce, D. M., Wandschneider, T. S., White, J. L., Tomlins, K. and Westby, A. (2001): Commercialisation of Fufu: Some Issues of Marketing in Ogun and Lagos States of Nigeria. African Crop Science (ACS) Proceedings Tayo, T. O. (ed) 739-745. Published by ACS.
  10. Okuneye, P. A., Aromolaran, A. B., Ayinde, I. A., Adetunji, M. T., Arowolo, T. A. and Adebayo, K. (2001): Environmental Impacts of Trade Liberalization: The Case of Nigeria’s Cocoa Sub Sector. Selected Papers at the 2001 Annual Conference .the Nigerian Economic Society (NES). Magbagbeola, N. O. (ed.) 147-173. Published by NES.
  11. Sanni, L. O., Adebayo, K. and Shittu, T. A. (1999): An Agenda for Food Security through Post Harvest Extension Message Packaging in Nigeria. Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Nigerian Institute of Food Science and Technology (NIFST) Conference. Elemo, G. N. (ed.) 298-299. Published by NIFST.
  12. Adebayo, K. Adedoyin, S. F. and Adeniji, I. A. (1998): Approaching University Extension through Research-Extension-Farmers-Inputs Linkage System in Ogun State, Nigeria. Proceedings of the Silver Jubilee of the Nigerian Society of Animal Production (NSAP) and the Inaugural Conference of the West African Society for Animal Production (WASAP). Osinowo, O. A., Oduguwa, and Fanimo (eds.) 112-114. Published by NSAP.

Thesis and dissertation

  1. B. Agric. Project – Heterogeneity in farmers’ socio-economic characteristics: Implications for the adoption of the TZSR variety of maize in Ogun State. Successfully defended, July, 1994
  2. M. Agric. Dissertation – Assessment of the Nigerian Agricultural Development Programmes without World Bank Funding – The case of Ogun State ADP. Successfully defended, November, 1998
  3. PhD Thesis – Simulation models of the adoption process in smallholder farming systems in Nigeria. Successfully defended November, 2002

Journal Articles in Print

  1. Adebayo, K., Osuntade, O. B. And Ayankoya, E. O. (2008). Effect of sendentarization on social services available        to pastoral Fulanis in Abeokuta North Area of Ogun State. Journal of Agricultural Extension.12 (1):13-23.                Published by the Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria. http://ajol.info/index.php/ja
  2. Jumah, A., Dipeolu, A.O. Ayinde, I. A. and Adebayo, K. (2008). An La-aids analysis of cassava food products demand in Lagos. Journal of Developing Areas. 41(2):109-117. Published by the College of Business, Tennessee        State University, United States. (Abstract)
  3. Johnson, P-N. T., K. Adebayo, M. Ottah Atikpo, K. Essel, W.O. Ellis, J. Awudza and K. I. Tomlins                               (2007). Institutional lessons from the partnership to improve food safety management and livelihoods of street food vendors and consumers in Ghana. Journal of Sustainable Development 4 (1/2): 39-44. Published by the Sustainable Livelihoods and Development Network for Africa.
  4. Tomlins, K., Sanni, L., Oyewole, O., Dipeolu, A., Ayinde, I., Adebayo, K. and Westby, A. (2007)
    Consumer acceptability and sensory evaluation of a fermented cassava product (Nigerian fufu)
    , Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 87: 1949 – 1956. Published by the Society of Chemical Industry. Wiley InterScience Ltd. Chester, United Kingdom. (Abstract)
  5. Fabusoro, E. Adebayo, K. Sanni, R. O. and Asishana, A. H. (2006). Pattern of child labour use by rural migrant          households in Ogun State, southwestern Nigeria. Journal of Agricultural Sciences, Science, Environment and        Technology Series A 6(1):9-17. Published by the University of Agriculture, Abeokuta.
  6. Adebayo, K., Awotunde, M, Okuneye, P. A. and Okonkwo, U. V. (2006). Assessment of secondary school              agricultural education programme in the rural areas of Imo State. Nigerian Journal of Rural Sociology. 69(1&2):     13-22. Published by Nigerian Rural Sociological Association.
  7. Adebayo, K. (2006). Modelling the uptake of agricultural knowledge and information among small farmers in       Ogun State, Nigeria Journal of Agricultural Extension 9:116-127. Published by Agricultural Extension Society of     Nigeria.
  8. Adebayo, K. and Sangosina, M. A. (2006). Processors’ perception of the effectiveness of some cassava processing innovations in Ogun State, Nigeria.  FAMAN Journal. 8(1): 38-44. Published by the Farm Management Association of Nigeria.
  9. Rankin, C. W., Nrinagu, J. O., Aggarwal, J. K., Arowolo, T. A., Adebayo, K. and Fleggal, A. R. (2005). Lead contamination in cocoa and cocoa products: isotopic evidence of global contamination. Environmental Health     Perspectives. 113 (10): 1344-1348. Published by National   Institute of Environmental Health Sciences United         States Department of Health and Human Services, Washington DC.
  10. Adebayo, K. (2005).Three decades of adoption and diffusion research in Nigeria: lessons and prospects. Journal     of Agricultural Extension 8:65-75. Published by Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria.
  11. Okuneye, P. A., Fabusoro, E., Adebayo, K. and Ayinde, I. A. (2004). The Nigerian agriculture and poverty incidence: the need for private sector empowerment. FAMAN Journal. 7(2):54-65 Published by the Farm                         Management Association of Nigeria.
  12. Adebayo, K. (2004) Private sector participation in agricultural extension services in Nigeria. FAMAN Journal. 7(2): 7-12. Published by the Farm Management Association of Nigeria.
  13. Okuneye, P. A., Aromolaran, A. B., Adetunji, M. T., Arowolo, T. A., Adebayo, K. and Ayinde, I. A. (2003) Environmental impacts of cocoa and rubber cultivation in Nigeria Outlook on Agriculture 32 (1): 43-49. Published by IP Publishing Ltd, Coleridge gardens, London, United Kingdom. (Abstract)
  14. Atayese, M. O., Adebayo, K., Osinubi, O. and Liasu, M. O. (2003). Influence of mycorrhizal inoculation on alley        cropped farms in a humid tropical environment. Moor Journal of Agricultural Research 4(2): 246-250. Published  by the Institute of Agricultural Research and Training, Obafemi Awolowo University, Moor Plantation, Ibadan
  15. Adebayo, K., Anyanwu, A. C. and Osiyale, A. O. (2003) Perception of environmental issues by cassava                     processors in Ogun State, Nigeria – implications for environmental extension education. Journal of Extension      Systems. 19: 103-112 Published by North Carolina State University, United States in collaboration with  JES,         Hyderabad, Mumbai, India.
  16. Adebayo, K., J. L  White, M. J. Morris, A. O. Dipeolu, I. A. Ayinde, T. S. Wandschneider, L. O. Sanni, O. B.             Oyewole, K. Tomlins and  A. Westby (2003) Innovativeness and stakeholdership in the fufu processing systems     in southwest Nigeria. Journal of Agricultural Sciences, Science, Environment and Technology (ASSET) Series A, 3 (4):15-27 Published by the University of Agriculture, Abeokuta
  17. Adebayo, K. and Ajayi, A. R. (2002) A critical assessment of the Agricultural Media Resources and Extension Centre, University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria. Journal of Agricultural Sciences, Science, Environment and Technology (ASSET) Series A, 2(1):43-56. Published by the University of Agriculture, Abeokuta
  18. Adebayo, K. and Sorungbe, O. S. (2002) Farmer’s perception of the epidemic of African swine fever in Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Animal Production 29 (2): 217-225. Nigerian Society for Animal Production.
  19. Dipeolu, O. A., Adebayo, K. and Ogundokun, M. O. (2002) Consumer behaviour towards Non-grain staple foods in a dynamic price and income regime in Abeokuta, Nigeria Journal of Agriculture and Social Research 2(1): pp. 52-66. Published by Agricultural Volunteers of Nigeria. .
  20. Adebayo, K., Omotayo, A. M., Garforth, C. J. and Awotunde, M. (2002). Small farmers’ perception of the charateristics of new farm practices in Ogun State, Nigeria. Journal of Extension Systems. 18: 79-93. Published by North Carolina State University, United States in collaboration with  JES, Hyderabad, Mumbai, India.
  21. Adebayo, K. and Ajayi, O. O. (2001) Factors determining the practice of crop-livestock integration in the derived savanna and rainforest zones of Nigeria. Journal of Agricultural Sciences, Science, Environment and Technology (ASSET) Series A, 1(1): 91-100. Published by the University of Agriculture, Abeokuta.
  22. Omotayo, A. M. Chikwendu, O. D. and Adebayo, K. (2001) Two decades of World Bank assisted extension services in Nigeria: lessons and challenges for the future. Journal of Agricultural Education and Extension 7(3)143-152.Published by Agralin Publishers, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
  23. Iposu, S. O., Adebayo, K., Eruvbetine, D. and Onwuka, C. F. I. (2000) Analysis of the relationships between the socio-economic characteristics of consumers and their preferences for egg quality types. Nigerian Poultry Science Journal. 1:12-22. Published by World Poultry Science Association – Nigeria Branch
  24. Adebayo, K. and Idowu, I. A. (2000). The aftermath of the withdrawal of the World Bank funding for the Ogun State Agricultural Development Programme (OGADEP) in Nigeria. Journal of Sustainable Agriculture 17(2/3):79-98. Published by The Haworth Press Inc.
  25. Dipeolu A., Adebayo, K. and Fabolude, O. (2000) Optimal Farm Plans For Sustainable Environmental and Economic Resources Use for Food Crop Farmers in UNAAB Model Extension Villages. Journal of Environmental Extension.  1 (1): 44-53. Published by Department of Agricultural Extension, University of Ibadan, Ibadan.
  26. Adebayo, K., Idowu, I. A., Omotayo, A. M., Apantaku, S. O. and Olunuga, B. A. (1999): An appraisal of the prospects and constraints to the sustainable funding of the Ogun State Agricultural Development Programme. Journal of Agricultural Extension. 3:28-38. Published by Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria.
  27. Okuneye, P. A. and Adebayo, K. (1999): Socio-economic issues in the management of bio-diversity and the environment. Nigerian Journal of Ecology. 1:79-86. Published by Ecological Society of Nigeria.

Journal Articles Accepted for Publication

  1. Oyekunle, O., Apantaku, S. O., Adebayo, K., and Azeez, T. A.: Farmers’ Use of Extension Guide as a Medium of Agricultural Information in Ogun State, Nigeria. ASSET Series A Published by the University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (Letter of Acceptance  dated March 11, 2010).

Books

  1. Adebayo, K. Babu, S. And Rhoe, V. (2009). Institutional Capacity for Designing and Implementing Agricultural and Rural Development Policies and Strategies in Nigeria. Washington DC: Published by International Food Policy Research Institute.
  2. Adebayo, K. (1998) Communication in Agriculture. Abeokuta: Published by Greenlinks International.
    Chapter in Book
  3. Adebayo, K. Lamboll, R. I. and Westby A. (2009): Contextualizing Environmental, Social and Behavioral Issues in the Cassava Post-harvest System in Africa. In:  Anthropologist Today: Trends and Scope of Human Ecology. B. Veena and Charles, S. (eds.) 137-146. India: Published by Kamla-Raj Enterprises
  4. Adebayo, K.  (2007): Traditional institutions and market information in the cassava fufu market at Ifo, Ogun State, Nigeria. In: Socio-economic Studies on Selected Cassava Markets in Nigeria. Ezedinma, C. Sanni, L., and Okechukwu, R. (eds.) 31- 46 Ibadan: International Institute of Tropical Agriculture
  5. Adebayo, K. (2005): Traditional institutions and information uptake in the conduct of cassava fufu market. In: Investigations on Building a Food Marketing Policy Evidence Base in Nigeria Briefing Report. Porter, G., Lyon, F. and The Nigerian Marketing Network (eds.) 102-120 London: Published by Department for International Development (DFID)
  6. Adebayo, K. and Adedoyin, S. F. (2005): Communication and Advocacy Strategies in Extension. In: Agricultural Extension in Nigeria. Adedoyin S. F. (eds.) 21-27 Ilorin: Published by Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria (AESON)
  7. Okuneye, P. A. and Adebayo, K. (2005): Economics of Extension. In: Agricultural Extension in Nigeria. Adedoyin S. F. (eds.) 78-90 Ilorin: Published by Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria (AESON)
  8. Okuneye, P. A., Dipeolu, A. O. and Adebayo, K. (1998): Technological reforms in Nigerian agriculture. In: Institutional Reforms for Agricultural Development Oludimu, O. L. and Imoudu, P. B. (eds.). 205-299 Ijebu Ode: Published by Triumph Books Publishers.

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