Socio Economic Study of Toukoudi Millet Technology in Niger, Africa

Yahoussa Gambo *

National Institute of Agronomic Research of Niger, Niger.

Siddo Seyni

National Institute of Agronomic Research of Niger, Niger.

Boubacar Seydou Ramatou

National Institute of Agronomic Research of Niger, Niger.

Saley Kaka

National Institute of Agronomic Research of Niger, Niger.

*Author to whom correspondence should be addressed.


Abstract

Background: The study was carried out at the level of the municipalities of intervention of the REDSAACC (Research and Development Project for Food Security and Adaptation to Climate Change) project in the Zinder region.

Materials and Methods: The data was collected on a restructured questionnaire including socio-cultural, technological and economic questions. The study took place in the form of an interview based on a questionnaire and observation of the actors at work. The study was carried out at the level of the municipalities of intervention of the REDSAACC (Research and Development Project for Food Security and Adaptation to Climate Change) project in the Zinder region.

Keywords: Toukoundi, nutrition, processing, transformers, profitability, profit acute malnutrition, dietary practices


How to Cite

Gambo , Yahoussa, Siddo Seyni, Boubacar Seydou Ramatou, and Saley Kaka. 2024. “Socio Economic Study of Toukoudi Millet Technology in Niger, Africa”. South Asian Journal of Social Studies and Economics 21 (6):55-63. https://doi.org/10.9734/sajsse/2024/v21i6830.

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