Prof. (Mrs.)

FABUSORO Eniola 

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Short Profile

  • Ph.D., University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, 2005
  • M.Agric., University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, 2000
  • B.Agric., University of agriculture, Abeokuta, 1997

A    Research Interest

Since 1999, I have been conducting research in the area of rural development studies with specific interests in:

  • Rural Development
  • Livelihoods Dynamics,
  • Agricultural Extension
  • Pastoral Studies
  • Gender Issues and
  • Collective Action and institutions in Natural Resource Management
    Within this field, I have conducted research personally and also with multidisciplinary teams.

B   Commissioned Projects – Completed

I have participated in over 15 research projects funded by National and International Organization. In three (3) of these, I have personally conducted research funded by international organizations and in the remaining projects I participated as socioeconomistAgricultural Extension/M&E expert, development partner and field officer.

The international researches I have conducted personally are as follows:

  • Research on Socio-cultural and Institutional Factors in Agricultural Development n Africa: implications for Human security and Lessons from Japan. A Post Doctoral research project in the University of Tokyo, Japan. 2009 – 2011
  • A Study on Property Rights, Access  to Natural Resources and Livelihood Security among Settled Fulani Agro-Pastoralists in Southwestern Nigeria. A project funded byInternational Foundation for Science, (IFS), Sweden and coordinated by United Nations University Institute of Advanced Studies, Yokohama, Japan; January 2005 – June 2006
  • A Study of Pastoral practices and Collective Action for Overcoming Land Accessibility Constraints by Settled Fulani Pastoralists in Southwest Nigeria. A project being funded by International Foundation for Science, (IFS), Sweden, 2007 – 2009

Some of the multidisciplinary researches I have participated include the following national and International projects:

  • Head of Project Monitoring and Project Evaluation Team (PMPAT): Adding value to waste in the cassava processing-goat keeping system in Nigeria. A World Bank 2008 Development Market Place Project funded by the World Bank, 2008-2010
  • Agricultural Extension / M and E Expert: Work, Earn and Learn Programme (WELP) for building capacity of young graduates in organic agriculture.  A project in collaboration with Coventry University, funded by Department for Innovations, Universities and Skills (DIUS), UK/British Council, under the Education Partnership programme (EPA), 2008-2009
  • Socioeconomist: Mapping of Soybean Production and Processing Areas in Benue, FCT, Kano, Lagos, Ondo and Oyo States, Nigeria. A study commissioned by Promoting Pro Poor Opportunities in the Commodity and Service Market Programme, PrOpCom, a DFID affiliate organization, February/March 2007
  • Socioeconomist: Commercial Demand in the Soyabean Value Chain in Nigeria. A study commissioned by Promoting Pro Poor Opportunities in the Commodity and Service Market Programme, PrOpCom, a DFID affiliate organization, February/March 2007
  • Development Partner: A collaborative project on “Self sufficient local economy as substantive basis for human security in Nigeria”. A project funded by the Ministry of Education of Japan Government. August/September, 2006.
  • Project Mand E Officer: A Project on HIV/AIDS Awareness programme and campaigns among staff and students in Nigerian Universities sponsored by the United State Embassy, Abuja, under the United State Government President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR); April 2005 – March 2006.
  • Project Monitoring Officer: Assessment of Support Services Needs of Identified SMEs clusters in Nigeria for the Small and Medium Enterprises Development Agency (SMEDAN), Abuja, and United Nations Development Programme, Abuja; December 2005- May 2006.
  • Mand E Officer: Monitoring and Evaluation of Sub-projects implementation for Fadama Community Associations under the Fadama II Development Programme in Ogun State. A project coordinated by Ogun State Fadama Development Office (OGSFDO) for vegetable farming development, November 2005 – January 2006.
  • Field Officer: Review of the Nigerian Agricultural policies for the World Bank Office, Washington DC/ Abuja between March and April, 2005
  • Field Officer: Animal Health Priorities among Livestock Stakeholders in Cross-River States, Nigeria. A project coordinated by International Livestock Research Institutes, (ILRI). May/June 2004
  • Field Officer: Environmental Impact of Trade Liberalization in Nigeria. A project funded by United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), 2000-2002.

C   Commissioned Projects – In Progress

  • Vulnerability of Fulani Agro-Pastoralists Livelihoods to Climate Change and Emerging Innovations for Adaptations and Land Accessibility in Southwestern Nigeria. A project funded by Global Change System for Analysis, Research and Training (START), United States of America
  • Monitoring antimicrobial resistant bacteria in poultry production, processing and marketing chain in Nigeria. A project being commissioned by the World Health Organization (WHO), Rome, Italy.
  • Environmental friendly agriculture based on community resources: a strategy for sustainable development and biodiversity in Nigeria, Mongolia, Indonesia, Mexico and Japan. A project being funded by the Ministry of Environment of Japan, 2011-2014
  • Climate Vulnerability of Settled Pastoralists and Adaptation strategies in southwest Nigeria
  • Research Project for Global Environment Change (GEC) in Africa sponsored by System For Analysis Research and Training (START), United States (2013)
  • Development of Cassava Peel-Based feed for ruminant in southwest Nigeria
  • Mapping of Soybean Production and Processing Areas in Benue, FCT, Kano, Lagos, Ondo and Oyo States. A study commissioned by Promoting Pro Poor Opportunities in the Commodity and Service Market Programme, PrOpCom, a DFID affiliate organization, February/March 2007
  • A project on “the development of institutional Policy on HIV/AIDS” for the University of Agriculture, Abeokuta. A project funded by Association of African University (AAU), Accra, Ghana, June – December, 2006
  • Assessment of Support Services Needs of Identified SMEs clusters in Ogun, Osun, Lagos, Kaduna and Anambra States for the Small and Medium Enterprises Development Agency (SMEDAN), Abuja, and United Nations Development Programme, Abuja; December 2005- May 2006.
  • Monitoring and Evaluation of Sub-projects implementation for Fadama Community Associations under the Fadama II Development Programme in Ogun State. A project coordinated by Ogun State Fadama Development Office (OGSFDO) for vegetable farming development, November 2005 – January 2006.
  • Review of the Nigerian Agricultural policies for the World Bank Office, Washington DC/ Abuja between March and April, 2005;
  • Animal Health Priorities among Livestock Stakeholders in Cross-River States, Nigeria. A project coordinated by International Livestock Research Institutes, (ILRI). May/June 2004
  • Environmental Impact of Trade Liberalization in Nigeria. A project funded by United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), 2000-2002.
  • Post-Doctoral Fellowship Award – Japan Society for Promotion of Science (JSPS),
    at the University of Tokyo, Japan. – 2009
  • Agriculture for Peace in Africa Fellowship at the United Nations University Institute of Advanced Studies, Yokohama, Japan – November, 2005
  • Federal Government Scholarship Award – 2003/2004
  • Grantee, International Foundation for Science, Stockholm, Sweden, 2004 and 2006
  • Organic Agriculture Project in Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria (OAPTIN)
  • Japan Association of African Studies (JAAS)
  • Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria (AESON)
  • Farm Management Association of Nigeria (FAMAN)
  • Nigerian Rural Sociological Association (NRSA)
  • Agricultural Research and Extension Network (Ag.REN)
  1. 2010 Open Science Meeting of Global Land Project (GLP), held at Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, 17th– 19th October, 2010.
    Paper read: Fabusoro, E., M. Maruyama, A. Braimoh and K. Shoyama (2010): Institutions for Promoting Sustainable Forest Management and Enterprise in Oguni, Kumamoro Prefecture, African.
  2. 9th European IFSA Symposium, held in the Universität für Bodenkultur, Vienna, Austria, July 4-7, 2010            Paper read: Fabusoro, E.and Sodya, C. I. (2010): Institutions for collective action among settled Fulani agro-pastoralists in southwest Nigeria. http://ifsa.boku.ac.at/cms/fileadmin/Proceeding2010/2010_WS1.1_Fabusoro.pdf
  3. First World Social Science Forum, Bergen, Norway 10 – 12 May, 2009                                                                Paper read:Fabusoro E. (2009): Fulbe Communities in Strange Lands: Institutions for Collective Action for Overcoming Grazing Constraints in Southwest Nigeria
  4. Sustainability Science Seminar Series Graduate Program in Sustainability Science (GPSS), Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, Kashiwa Campus, Kashiwa-shi, Chiba, Tokyo, 18th March 2009                                              Paper read:Fabusoro, E.(2009) Culture and Modernisation: Essential Values for Sustainability in Developing Societies, Presentation for; http://www.sustainability.k.u-tokyo.ac.jp/usrs/yarime/index-E.html
  5. 8th European International Farming System Association (IFSA) Symposium, 6–10 July 2008, Clermont Fd (France)  Paper read:Fabusoro, E.and Adebayo, K. (2008): That extension will not go intoextinction’: experts’ opinion on the public extension service in Nigeria. http://ifsa.boku.ac.at/cms/fileadmin/Proceeding2008/2008_WS6_08_Faburoso.pdf
  6.  International Science and Policy Conference, Resilience 2008, held at Congress Venue, Aula Magna, Stockholm University from 14th–17th April, 2008                                                                                                                    Paper read:Fabusoro, E.(2008): From One Generation to the Other: Knowledge Transfer System among Fulani Pastoralists in Ogun State, Nigeria and Its Implications for Household Resilience, http://resilience2008.org/resilience/pdf/abstracts_and_panels.pdf
  7. AEGIS European Conference on African Studies. Theme: “African Alternatives: Initiative and Creativity beyond Current Constraints” 11 – 14 July 2007, African Studies Centre, Leiden, The Netherlands.                                  Paper read: Fabusoro, E.(2007): Key Issues in Livelihoods Security of Migrant Fulani Pastoralists: Empirical Evidence from Southwest Nigeria.

Refereed Conference Proceedings

  1. Adebayo, K; Fabusoro, E., Sanni, L.O. and Osuntade, O.B (2010): Potential adoption of the cassava peeling machine in Southwest Nigeria Paper presented at the 15th Triennial symposium of International Society for Tropical Root Crops (ISTRC)
  2. Eniola Fabusoro and Ibironke Sodiya (2010): ‘Institutions for collective action among settled Fulani agro-pastoralists in southwest Nigeria’. In Ika Darnhofer and Michaela Grötzer (eds), Building sustainable rural futures. The added value of systems approaches in times of change and uncertainty, The Proceedings of the 9th European IFSA Symposium, held in the Universität für Bodenkultur, Vienna, Austria, July 4-7 (ISBN 978-3-200-01908-9) pp. 165-174. http://ifsa.boku.ac.at/cms/fileadmin/Proceeding2010/2010_WS1.1_Fabusoro.pdf
  3. Eniola Fabusoro and Fu Hoi-Yee (2009): ‘Challenges of climatic change to pastoral system in rainforest zone of Southwest Nigeria’, IOP Conf. Series: Earth and Environmental Science 6 (2009), doi:10.1088/1755-1307/6/7/372015; http://iopscience.iop.org/1755-1315/6/37/372015/pdf/1755-1315_6_37_372015.pdf
  4. E. Fabusoro and K. Adebayo (2008): ‘That extension will not go into extinction’: experts’ opinion on the public extension service in Nigeria’. In Dedieu B. and Zasser–Bedoya S. (Eds.). 2008. Proceedings of the 8th European International Farming System Association (IFSA) Symposium, Empowerment of the rural actors: a renewal of farming systems perspectives. 6–10 July 2008, Clermont Fd (France) CD Rom, 867 – 873. http://ifsa.boku.ac.at/cms/fileadmin/Proceeding2008/2008_WS6_08_Faburoso.pdf
  5. Agbontale, A. O., E. Fabusoro, O. A. Ilebani, O. Oso and C. I. Alarima (2008). Agricultural Knowledge Information System in Nigeria: Fluxes, Forces and Flash Flosses, Proceedings of the 13th Annual National Conference of the Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria, Developing Agricultural Extension Policy for Nigeria, Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike, 8-11th, 2008
  6. Fabusoro, E. (2003): Socioeconomic Incentives for Private Delivery of Extension Service in Nigeria. In P. A. Okuneye, and K. Adebayo, (eds), Private Sector Participation in Nigerian Agriculture, Refereed Proceedings of Annual Conference of the Farm Management Association of Nigeria (FAMAN) held at the University of Calabar, Calabar, Nigeria, December 1st to 4th 2003, pp 95-102

D.    Chapters in Texts

  1. Grace Sokoya, Eniola Fabusoro, Kemi Irekhore and Tosin Ikudehin (2006): Training Handbook on STIs/HIV/AIDS For peer-to-peer Education, Abeokuta, University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, November, 2006
  2. Bola Okuneye, Eniola Fabusoro and Kola Adebayo (2004): “Employment Generation and Farm Settlement Transformation: A Two Pronged Objective Achievable Through Government Agenda for Sustainable Development. In Onigbinde, A. (ed): The New Deal: Agenda for Sustainable Development Frontline Resources Limited, Ibadan, pp101-126
  3. Fabusoro, Eniola (2003): “Agricultural Extension Communication System and its Implications for Small Rice Farmer’s Production In Ogun State”. In Oso, L. (ed.) Communication and Development: A Reader. Abeokuta. Jedidiah Publishers, Abeokuta

E.    Technical Reports

  1. Report on Property Rights, Access  to Natural Resources and Livelihood Security among Settled Fulani Agro-Pastoralists in Southwestern Nigeria to be submitted to International Foundation for Science. June 2006.
  2. Report on the Project on HIV/AIDS Awareness programme and campaigns among staff and students in University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, for the United State Embassy, Abuja. April, 2006
  3. Report on the Assessment of Support Services Needs of Identified SMEs clusters in Ogun, Osun, Lagos, Kaduna and Anambra States for the Small and Medium Enterprises Development Agency (SMEDAN), Abuja, and United Nations Development Programme, Abuja. May 2006

Unpublished Workshop/Conference Papers Read

  1. Fabusoro, E., M. Maruyama, A. Braimoh and K. Shoyama (2010): Institutions for Promoting Sustainable Forest Management and Enterprise in Oguni, Kumamoro Prefecture, Japan. Paper presented at the 2010 Open Science Meeting of Global Land Project (GLP), held at Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, 17th – 19th October, 2010.
  2. Eniola Fabusoro (2009) Culture and Modernisation: Essential Values for Sustainability in Developing Societies, Presentation for Sustainability Science Seminar Series Graduate Program in Sustainability Science (GPSS), Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, Kashiwa Campus, Kashiwa-shi, Chiba, Tokyo, 18th March 2009; http://www.sustainability.k.u-tokyo.ac.jp/usrs/yarime/index-E.html
  3. Eniola Fabusoro (2008): Effective Mobilization of Human and Material Resources for the Achievement of the Millennium Development Goals at the Local Government Level, being Paper delivered at a National Workshop on Food Security and the MDGs: The Place of the Nigerian Local Governments, held at the Cultural Centre, Ibadan, on the 5th of November, 2008.
  4. Fabusoro, E (2008): The forgotten ones, yet the chief cornerstone: Relevance of Fulani pastoralists to Nigeria’s National Food Security Presentation made at an Interactive forum at the International Foundation for Science, Stockholm, Sweden, April 18, 2008
  5. Fabusoro, Eniola (2008): ‘From One Generation to the Other: Knowledge Transfer System among Fulani Pastoralists in Ogun State, Nigeria and Its Implications for Household Resilience’, Paper Presented at the International Science and Policy Conference, Resilience 2008, held at Congress Venue, Aula Magna, Stockholm University from 14th–17th April, 2008; http://resilience2008.org/resilience/pdf/abstracts_and_panels.pdf
  6. Omotayo, A. M. and Fabusoro, E. (2004): Veritable tools for measuring poverty in Nigeria. Paper presented at the Zonal Workshop on “Definition of Poverty in Nigeria”, 8th and 9th December 2004 at the Southwest Resource Centre, Abeokuta.

Conference Presentations

  1. Ilebani, O., E. Fabusoro, E. A. Fakoya and P. Abdulsallam-Sagir: Contribution of Organic Agriculture in the Food System of People Living With HIV/AIDS (PLWHAs) in Benue State, Nigeria. Paper presented at the 1st West African Summit on Organic Agriculture, held at the University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, November 17-21, 2008
  2. Fabusoro, E (2008): ‘The forgotten ones, yet the chief cornerstone: Relevance of Fulani pastoralists to Nigeria’s National Food Security’ Presentation made at an Interactive forum at the International Foundation for Science, Stockholm, Sweden, April 18, 2008
  3. Fabusoro, Eniola (2007): Key Issues in the Livelihoods Security of Migrant Fulani Pastoralists: Empirical Evidence from Southwest Nigeri a, Paper for presentation at the forth coming conference of AEGIS European Conference on African Studies. Theme: “African Alternatives: Initiative and Creativity beyond Current Constraints” 11 – 14 July 2007, African Studies Centre, Leiden, The Netherlands.
  4. Fabusoro, E., Omotayo, A. M. and Taeb, M. (in print): Property Rights and Livelihoods Sustainability in Fulani Agro-Pastoral System in Southwest, Nigeria. Paper presented at an International Conference on a conference on “The Pastoral Food and Product Chain: Strategies, Dynamics, Conflicts and Interventions” at ECOWAS Secretariat Abuja, Nigeria from November 20-24, 2006
  5. Omotayo, A. M. and Fabusoro, E. (2004): Veritable tools for measuring poverty in Nigeria. Paper presented at the Zonal Workshop on “Definition of Poverty in Nigeria”, 8th and 9th December 2004 at the Southwest Resource Centre, Abeokuta.
  6. Agbonlahor, M.U., Fabusoro, E. and Sodiya, C.I. (2002): Off-farm diverisification strategy for poverty alleviation’ A paper presented at the annual conference of the Farm Management Association of Nigeria (FAMAN) held at Abuja, 2002.
  7. Fabusoro, Eniola (2008): ‘From One Generation to the Other: Knowledge Transfer System among Fulani Pastoralists in Ogun State, Nigeria and Its Implications for Household Resilience’, Poster Presentation Paper Abstract for poster presentation at the International Science and Policy Conference, Resilience 2008, holding at Congress Venue, Aula Magna, Stockholm University from 14th – 17th April, 2008.

(a)  Dessertations/Thesis

  1. Effect of Input Supply System on Extension Activities in Ogun State, Nigeria (1997)
  2. Analysis of rice farming System in Ogun State and Its implication for Extension programme (2000)
  3. Analysis of Socioeconomic and Spatial Factors in Livelihood diversification among rural Households in Ogun State, Nigeria. (2005)

(b)  Articles in Learned Journals

  1. Adigbo, S. O., Wakatsuki, T., Fabusoro, E., Alarima, C. I., Alao, O. A., Odedina, J. N., Adeyemi, O. R. and Fabunmi, T. O. (2013): Evaluation of the Performance of Lowland Rice-ratooned Rice-vegetable as Influenced by Fertilizer Ratesin Sawah Rice Systems. Journal of Agricultural Science; 5 (1), 181-186, Published by Canadian Center of Science and Education,http://dx.doi.org/10.5539/jas.v5n1p181
  2. Alarima, C. I., Fapojuwo, O. E., Fabusoro, E., Fakoya, E. O., Masunaga T., and Wakatsuki, T. (2012). Professional competencies and training needs of extension agents for sustainable sawah development in Nigeria. Journal of Extension System, 28(2), 1-16. Published by Journal of Extension Systems, C-25/2, Kendriya Vihar, Nerul (W) Navi Mumbai – 400 706 India. www.jesonline.org/current.htm
  3. Alarima, C. I., Fabusoro, E., Kolawole, A, Uzoma, .K. C., Aromolaran, A. K., Masunaga, T. and Wakatsuki T. (2012): Land right and rental system: Implication for land conflict management in sawah-based rice production system in Nigeria. African Study Monographs,Published by The Center for African Area Studies, Kyoto University, Japan, (Letter of Acceptance dated June 22, 2012).
  4. Alarima, C. I., Kolawole, A., Fabusoro, E.,Ajulo, A. A.,Masunaga, T. and Wakatsuki, T.(2011): Knowledge and training needs of farmers adopting sawah rice production technology in Nigeria. International Journal of Food, Agriculture and Environment,9 (3&4): 183-188. Published by WFL Publisher Ltd, Finland. Available online at http://www.world-food.net/scientificjournal.php
  5. Fabusoro, E. and Sodiya, C. I. (2011): Institutions for collective action among settled Fulani Agro-pastoralists in Southwest Nigeria, The Journal of Agricultural Education and Extension, 17(1), pp53-68
  6. Ilebani, A. O and Eniola Fabusoro (2011): Effect of Community-Based Care for People Living with HIV/AIDS on their wellbeing in Benue State, Nigeria. Research Journal of Medical sciences, 5(5): 294-304
  7. Fabusoro, E., Omotayo, A. M., Apantaku, S. O. and Okuneye, A. P. (2010): ‘Forms and Determinants of Rural Livelihoods Diversification in Ogun State, Nigeria’, Journal of Sustainable Agriculture, 34 (4): 417-438; http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10440041003680296
  8. Ilebani, A. O and Eniola Fabusoro (2010), Effects of Community-Based Care for People Living with HIV/AIDS on the Agricultural Livelihoods of the Family Members in Benue State, Nigeria Agricultural Journal, 5(5), pp277-282 DOI: 10.3923/1j.2010.277.282
  9. Eniola Fabusoro (2009): ‘Use of collective action for land accessibility among settled Fulani agro-pastoralists in southwest Nigeria’ Sustainability Science, Volume 4, Number 2, October, 2009 pp 199-213. DOI 10.1007/s11625-009-0082-4; http://www.springerlink.com/content/w87n545t4131232h/
  10. Fabusoro, E. and Oyegbami, A. (2009): Key Issues in livelihoods security of Migrant Fulani Pastoralists: Empirical Evidence from Southwest Nigeria. ASSET, Series C, Volume 4, Number 1, 2009
  11. Fabusoro, E., J. A. Awotunde, C. I. Sodiya and C. I. Alarima (2008): ‘Status of Job Motivation and Job Performance of Field Level Extension Agents in Ogun State: Implications for Agricultural Development’, The Journal of Agricultural Education and Extension, 14(02), pp. 139 – 152. DOI: 10.1080/13892240802019113; http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/content~db=all~content=a793284660
  12. E. Fabusoro, T. Matsumoto and M. Taeb (2008): ‘Land Rights Regimes in Southwest Nigeria: Implications for Land Access and Livelihoods Security of Settled Fulani Agropastoralists’, Land Degradation and Development, Volume 19 Issue 1, Pages 91 – 103, 10.1002/ldr.816 http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/ldr.816/abstract
  13. Adebayo, K., Fabusoro, E. and Fapojuwo, E. O. (2008): Factors determining selective adoption of the cassava grater and screw press in southwest Nigeria, ASSET, Series C, Volume 3, Number 1, pp 40-52
  14. E. Fabusoro, Sodiya, C. I. and Alarima, C. I. (2007): Socioeconomic Factors in Packaging and Delivery of Agricultural Extension Message in Ogun State, Nigeria, Journal of Extension System, Volume 23(2), December, pp 34-48.
  15. C. I. Sodiya, O A Lawal-Adebowale, E Fabusoro (2007): ‘Effect of Private and Public Extension Services on Adoption of Promoted Cassava-Based Technologies in Ogun State, Nigeria’, Journal of Agricultural & Food Information, Vol. 8, Number 1, DOI: 10.1300/2007, pp 35-48; http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/content~db=all~content=a903604758
  16. Fabusoro, E., Lawal-Adebowale, O. A. and Akinloye, A. K. (2007): ‘A study of rural livestock farmers’ patronage of veterinary services for healthcare of small farm animals in Ogun State’, Journal of Animal Production, 34(1), pp 132-138
  17. P.A. Okuneye, E. Fabusoro, K. Adebayo and I.A. Ayinde (2005): Raging Poverty And Nigerian Agriculture: Some Policy Issues, Nigerian Economic Society Journal, Vol 47(3)
  18. Sodiya, C. I., Fabusoro, E. and Agbaje, R. A. (2006): “Income generating activiies of agropastoral Fulani women in Ogun State of Nigeria: Implications for Extension Support” ASSET Series A, Vol 6, No. 1, pp 181-188
  19. Fabusoro, E. Adebayo, K. Asishana, A. H. and Sanni, R. O. (2006): “Pattern of Child Labour Use among Rural Migrant Households in Odeda Local Government Area of Ogun State” International Journal of Agricultural Sciences, Sciences, Environmnet and Technology (ASSET), Series A, Vol 6, No 1, pp 19-18
  20. Sodiya, C. I. and Fabusoro, E. and Adamu, C. O. (2005): “The Role of Agricultural Extension Service in Poverty Alleviation among Oil Palm Farmers in Ogun State” Journal of Agricultural Extension Vol 9, pp 121-128.
  21. Okuneye, P. A., Fabusoro, E. Adebayo, K., and Ayinde, I. A. (2004): “The Nigerian Agriculture and Poverty Incidence: The need for Private Sector Empowerment” Farm Management Association of Nigeria, FAMAN, Journal, Vol 7, No. 2, pp 54-65
  22. Fabusoro, E., Afolabi, W.A.O., and Adenekan, A. (2004): ‘Effect of rural women workload on care practices and growth of children in Yewa South Local Government Area of Ogun State, Nigeria’. Outlook on Agriculture. 33 (2), pp 125-132; http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/ip/ooa/2004/00000033/00000002/art00007
  23. Oyegbami, A and E. Fabusoro, (2003): ‘The Use of Radio and Television as Sources of Agricultural Information among Poultry Farmers in Egbeda Local Government Area of Oyo State, Nigeria’. Moor Journal of Agricultural Research, No. 1, 2003, pp 164-169
  24. Fabusoro, E. and M. Agbonlahor (2002): ‘Optimal farm plan and resource allocation for small rice-based farmers in Ogun State, Nigeria’, ASSET, Series A, 2(2), pp 33-42.
  25. J. Agbamu and E. Fabusoro (2001): ‘Economic analysis of rice farming in Ogun State and the implications for agricultural extension service. Journal of Agricultural Extension Vol. 5, 2001 pp54-66

(c)  Journal Articles Accepted for Publication

  1. Fabusoro, E., Sokoya, G. O., Ayorinde, O. S., Alarima, C. I.and Oduguwa, O. O.: Gender roles and decision making in fulani agro-pastoral production system in Southwestern Nigeria. Gender and Development. Published by Ife Centre of Psychological Studies, Obafemi Awolowo University. (Letter of Acceptance dated June 20, 2012).
  2. Fabusoro, E. and Oyegbami, A.: Key Issues in livelihoods security of migrant Fulani pastoralists: Empirical evidence from Southwest Nigeria.International Journal of Agricultural Sciences, Sciences, Environmnet and Technology (ASSET), Series C. Published by the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria. (Letter of Acceptance dated 6th July, 2009).

(d)  Refereed Conference Proceedings

  1. Adebayo, K; Fabusoro, E., Sanni, L.O. and Osuntade, O.B (2010): Potential adoption of the cassava peeling machine in Southwest Nigeria Paper presented at the 15th Triennial symposium of International Society for Tropical Root Crops (ISTRC)
  2. Eniola Fabusoro and Ibironke Sodiya (2010): ‘Institutions for collective action among settled Fulani agro-pastoralists in southwest Nigeria’. In Ika Darnhofer and Michaela Grötzer (eds), Building sustainable rural futures. The added value of systems approaches in times of change and uncertainty, The Proceedings of the 9th European IFSA Symposium, held in the Universität für Bodenkultur, Vienna, Austria, July 4-7 (ISBN 978-3-200-01908-9) pp. 165-174. http://ifsa.boku.ac.at/cms/fileadmin/Proceeding2010/2010_WS1.1_Fabusoro.pdf
  3. Eniola Fabusoro and Fu Hoi-Yee (2009): ‘Challenges of climatic change to pastoral system in rainforest zone of Southwest Nigeria’, IOP Conf. Series: Earth and Environmental Science 6 (2009), doi:10.1088/1755-1307/6/7/372015; http://iopscience.iop.org/1755-1315/6/37/372015/pdf/1755-1315_6_37_372015.pdf
  4. E. Fabusoro and K. Adebayo (2008): ‘That extension will not go into extinction’: experts’ opinion on the public extension service in Nigeria’. In Dedieu B. and Zasser–Bedoya S. (Eds.). 2008. Proceedings of the 8th European International Farming System Association (IFSA) Symposium, Empowerment of the rural actors: a renewal of farming systems perspectives. 6–10 July 2008, Clermont Fd (France) CD Rom, 867 – 873. http://ifsa.boku.ac.at/cms/fileadmin/Proceeding2008/2008_WS6_08_Faburoso.pdf
  5. Agbontale, A. O., E. Fabusoro, O. A. Ilebani, O. Oso and C. I. Alarima (2008). Agricultural Knowledge Information System in Nigeria: Fluxes, Forces and Flash Flosses, Proceedings of the 13th Annual National Conference of the Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria, Developing Agricultural Extension Policy for Nigeria, Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike, 8-11th, 2008
  6. Fabusoro, E. (2003): Socioeconomic Incentives for Private Delivery of Extension Service in Nigeria. In P. A. Okuneye, and K. Adebayo, (eds), Private Sector Participation in Nigerian Agriculture, Refereed Proceedings of Annual Conference of the Farm Management Association of Nigeria (FAMAN) held at the University of Calabar, Calabar, Nigeria, December 1st to 4th 2003, pp 95-102

(e)  Chapter in Texts

  1. Grace Sokoya, Eniola Fabusoro, Kemi Irekhore and Tosin Ikudehin (2006): Training Handbook on STIs/HIV/AIDS For peer-to-peer Education, Abeokuta, University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, November, 2006
  2. Bola Okuneye, Eniola Fabusoro and Kola Adebayo (2004): “Employment Generation and Farm Settlement Transformation: A Two Pronged Objective Achievable Through Government Agenda for Sustainable Development. In Onigbinde, A. (ed): The New Deal: Agenda for Sustainable Development Frontline Resources Limited, Ibadan, pp101-126
  3. Fabusoro, Eniola (2003): “Agricultural Extension Communication System and its Implications for Small Rice Farmer’s Production In Ogun State”. In Oso, L. (ed.) Communication and Development: A Reader. Abeokuta. Jedidiah Publishers, Abeokuta

Technical Reports

  1. Report on Property Rights, Access  to Natural Resources and Livelihood Security among Settled Fulani Agro-Pastoralists in Southwestern Nigeria to be submitted to International Foundation for Science. June 2006.
  2. Report on the Project on HIV/AIDS Awareness programme and campaigns among staff and students in University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, for the United State Embassy, Abuja. April, 2006
  3. Report on the Assessment of Support Services Needs of Identified SMEs clusters in Ogun, Osun, Lagos, Kaduna and Anambra States for the Small and Medium Enterprises Development Agency (SMEDAN), Abuja, and United Nations Development Programme, Abuja. May 2006

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