Transforming farming value-chains in sub-Saharan Africa through social and economically inclusive sustainable energy solutions (TRANSFARM)

Olufolahan Osunmuyiwa, Olalekan Sakariyawo, Ibrahim Adewunmi, R. Kareem, Kumar Biswajit Debnath, Tajudeen Banmeke, David P. Jenkins, Andrew Peacock

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Abstract

TRANSFARM seeks to advance knowledge on the potential for socio-economically inclusive sustainable energy solutions (SES) to transform farming value-chains across sub-Saharan Africa. Using Nigeria as our case study site, we conducted a needs assessment across four local government areas in Ogun state to understand farmers upstream and downstream technology needs and identify points in farming value-chains where SES can increase farm productivity and revamp local value-chains. The research also identifies disruptive socio-economic models that can be attached to SES use across farming ecosystems to improve food security in Nigeria.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages42
Publication statusPublished - 4 Jun 2021

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