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    This guide is the third in a series from CIAT designed to support agencies implementing a participatory approach to rural agroenterprise development.

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    Dairy in Ethiopia was traditionally a woman's industry and male involvement was considered taboo. Increases in the use of contracting to enter formal markets required the participation of the usually male head of household. Using a quasi-expiriment and propensity-score matching, the authors find that income is higher for smallholder milk market participants and men control more of the income compared with non-market participants

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Okike, Iheanacho

Iheanacho (Acho) Okike is the country program manager for Nigeria where he coordinates ILRI’s research activities. The main focus of his work has been intensification of crop-livestock systems, livestock marketing and, more recently, control of avian influenza.   Acho holds a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree (1980) and a PhD in Agricultural Economics (2000).

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