3 edition of Internal migration and rural development in Nigeria found in the catalog.
Internal migration and rural development in Nigeria
P. Kofo Makinwa
|Statement||P. Kofo Makinwa.|
|LC Classifications||HB2126.7.B46 M35 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 226 p. :|
|Number of Pages||226|
|LC Control Number||85187864|
About 90 percent of the rural labour workforce engages directly or indirectly in agriculture Nyagba, View at: Google Scholar S. Adesiji, V. Even in the face of threatening disasters, no coordinated efforts are made to evacuate the population.
This is because the approach to rural development is multidisciplinary. African Journal of History and Culture. However, it is obvious that in many cases there has been poor execution of responsibilities by the authorities at state and local government levels. View at: Google Scholar K.
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Nigeria is experiencing increasing incidence of disease, declining agricultural productivity, increasing number of heatwaves, unreliable or erratic weather patterns, flooding, declining rainfall in already desert-prone areas in the north causing increasing desertification, decreasing food production in central regions, and destruction of livelihoods by rising waters Internal migration and rural development in Nigeria book coastal areas where people Internal migration and rural development in Nigeria book on fishing and farming.
Each year, during the dry season following harvest, men from many communities in rural Niger travel for temporary work. Both the availability or otherwise of these developmental projects and the various uses of the remittances are viewed by the rural population as an indicator of socioeconomic development.
Nigeria is one of the few countries in West Africa to have developed a draft national policy on migration, which awaits ratification by the National Assembly. Nigerian Journal of Administrative Science Vol.
But in comparison to European migration and urbanization processes as we know them the developments in developing countries are of a whole different dimension.
In Italyduring the country's economic miracle in the s and s, the so called " Industrial triangle " of Northwest Italy experienced waves of immigrants coming from Southern Italydue to the southern portion of the country remaining underdeveloped and stricken with poverty.
Conclusion 5. The study seeks to find out the socio-economic and cultural causes of rural-urban migration in the study area and its implications on rural development with respect to the study area; this will help in highlighting strategies adopted by the community members to cope with the situation and what can be done to curb the situation.
Wodaabe women are more likely to travel for seasonal work migration than other groups, especially the Hausa peopleand they often face discrimination in Nigerian communities to which they travel.
One always has to keep that in mind because interaction, networking and communication between both sides are absolutely necessary in trying to achieve a balanced development of both rural and urban areas c.
The headquarter of umuahia north is umuahia. Similarly, Schumacher defined rural development as developing the skill of the masses to make them self-reliant through instructions which supply appropriate and relevant knowledge on the methods of self-help. In addition, the rural-urban migrants also embark on and execute some developmental projects in their rural communities of origin.
First - urban growth which means that towns and cities are spatially expanding. It will therefore relate projects to local resources base and eliminate the bare wagon effect by which communities proliferate the same projects over shorts distances without regard to their optimum utilization; rural-urban migration in Nigeria therefore is a steady flow of young school leavers from the rural areas to the urban areas.
However, a National Policy on Disaster Management is currently being drafted. What are the consequences of rural urban migration on rural development? Finally, concerted effort should be directed towards improving the agriculture capacities of the rural populations since agriculture is their main source of livelihoods.
Three waves of large-scale migration of African Americans : first from the agricultural south to the industrialized northeast and midwest in the early 20th centurya second movement in the same direction from roughly toand finally a reverse migration from other parts of the country to the urban south beginning in the late 20th century and continuing to the present.
They also need education, employment, decent housing, medical care, electricity, good roads and other means of communication. The peak was reached between andwhen as much as 1, southern workers moved to the northern industrial cities.
Inthe National Commission for Refugees was mandated to become the focal agency on migration, responsible for revising and implementing the draft national migration policy.
One of the easiest ways of adapting to climate variability in Nigeria is internal migration. Recently, the government has attempted to create jobs by establishing the Directorate of Employment, but most of its schemes have already existed under other names.
HA: Rural development has an influence on rural urban migration in Nigeria 1.migration. The rural to urban migration began in earnest after independence in About 60% of urban population growth was due to natural increase while 40% resulted Rural – Urban Migration And Population Problems In Central Nigeria-Charles B.
Azgaku, Ph.D. Rural-urban migration is a form of so-called internal migration which means a movement within a country and which stays in contrast to international or intercontinental migration.
It refers to the movement of people from the countryside respectively the rural areas into the cities, often the metropolitan cities of 2/5(12).
Migration and Remittances Factbook presents numbers and facts behind the stories of international migration and remittances, drawing on authoritative, publicly available data.
Some interesting facts: More than million people, or percent of the world population, live outside their countries of birth.Rural-urban migration is a form of so-called internal pdf which means a movement within a country and which stays in contrast to international or intercontinental migration.
It refers to the movement of people from the countryside respectively the rural areas into the cities, often the metropolitan cities of 2/5(12).Nov 09, · Ho: Rural development does not download pdf any influence on rural urban migration in Nigeria. HA: Rural development has an influence on rural urban migration in Nigeria SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY This study will help beam the searchlight on rural development and its substantive effect in combating rural urban migration in Nigeria.Mar 17, · THE NEGATIVE IMPACT OF RURAL-URBAN MIGRATION ON RURAL AREAS.
Migration has remarkable ebook on ebook age and sex structure of te villagers. In a situation where overwhelming majority of the migrants are young i.e. years, their absence from the village increases the proportion of the other group children, old men and women.