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Impact of Community Driven Development Project: A Case of Fadama II Project in Oyo State, Nigeria

A Adeoye, OL Balogun, SA Yusuf, K Ayantoye

Abstract


This paper evaluates impact of Community Driven Development programme on infrastructure under National Fadama II Project in Oyo State Nigeria. Data were collected from two hundred and sixty-four farmers using multistage sampling procedures. Data were analyzed using descriptive statistics and infrastructure index. The result shows that average infrastructural index in the area was 0.42. Forty-four villages were classified as infrastructural developed villages (IDV) while the remaining were infrastructural under-developed villages (IUV). The study therefore calls for the involvement of both private and public organization in construction and rehabilitation of rural infrastructure, processing services centers and researches on labour saving devices for agriculture in the study area.

Key words: Community Driven, Infrastructural index, Private organization, Multi-stage sampling, FadamaII project, Oyo state




http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/ejesm.v7i2.9
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