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Education and training
1. Prediction of Food Security Levels in Rural Households Based on Socio-Economic Factors (The Case of Nahavand County, Iran)

Saadi Fathollahi; Hosein Shabanali Fami; Ali Asadi

Volume 8, Issue 3 , Summer 2018, , Pages 329-339

  The role of nutrition in the health area, increasing efficiency and its relationship with economic development has been approved through extensive research in the world using scientific foundations and empirical evidence. Therefore, accessing to food security is the basic pillar of development. ...  Read More

2. Effect of Access to Health Facilities on the Health Status of Rural Households at Kermanshah Province (Case Study: Bisotoun District)

Zahra Korani; Fateme Pourghasem; Tahereh Emami

Volume 5, Issue 2 , Spring 2015, , Pages 81-87


  The main purpose of this study was to investigate effect of access to health facilities on the health status of rural households at Kermanshah Province. Statistical pupation of this study consisted of all heads of rural households at Bisotoun district in Harsin Township, Kermanshah Province, Iran (N=1020), ...  Read More

3. Family Income and Cash Flow of Rural Households in South East Nigeria: A Comparative and Gender – Based Analysis

Olajide O. Adeola; W. Doppler

Volume 1, Issue 4 , Autumn 2011, , Pages 229-239

  This study focused on the income generating capacity of farm family’s own resources and examined the vulnerability to financial risk among the remote and peri-urban farming systems of Imo state. Primary data was collected using the farming and rural systems approach to randomly select and interview ...  Read More

4. Shocks and Coping Strategies of Rural Households: Evidence from Ogo-Oluwa Local Government, Oyo State, Nigeria

Seyi Olalekan Olawuyi; Olapade-Ogunwole Fola; Raufu Mufutau Oyedapo

Volume 1, Issue 4 , Autumn 2011, , Pages 259-266

  Rural households in Nigeria are vulnerable to shock because of their limited capacity to make informed decision on secured coping strategies which is further aggravated by some households’ specific socio-economic characteristics. Attempts were made to identify shocks being faced by households’ ...  Read More