Comparative Analysis of Household Food Security Among Smallholder Irrigation and Non-irrigation Farmers in Kaduna State, Nigeria
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Abstract

In recent times, the global focus has been on eradicating food insecurity by various international organizations and governments of developing nations.

In consonance of the above, this study examined issues of food security among smallholder irrigation and nonirrigation farmers in Kaduna State, Nigeria.

The study utilized a combination of purposive and random sampling techniques to obtain a sample of 260 farm households to include 112 irrigation farmers and 148 non-irrigation farmers adjacent the selected irrigators.

Descriptive analysis was carried out to describe the socio-economic characteristics of the households. Econometric tools were used to determine factors affecting the food security status of households.

Introduction

In view of their limited adaptive capacity, smallholder farmers and pastoralists are among the most vulnerable to the impact of climate change (KADP, 2011).

Dependence on rain fall represents a major constraint on agricultural productivity and rural poverty reduction in Kaduna State (KADP, 2011).

The vulnerability of rural people remains considerable owing to a combination of cultural and poor development of hydraulic infrastructure.

Without investment in irrigation, it will be difficult to increase food production, reduce the financial burden of agricultural food imports and increase food security in the country.

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