Titilope Olarewaju

Dr. Titilope Omolara Olarewaju is social economic researcher and extension officer with the Forestry Research Institute of Nigeria (FRIN) Ibadan, Nigeria. She is passionate about sustainable use of natural resources, livelihood, extension and rural development. She holds a PhD in Agricultural Economics (Environmental and Resource Economics) from the Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta, Ogun State. She currently heads the market and community outreach unit of extension services in her institute. Together with her team members, she is involved with engaging communities in climate action, gender mainstreaming, facilitating market access and improving farmer's livelihoods

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Engaging the Community to Solve the Bushmeat Crisis

Engaging the Community to Solve the Bushmeat Crisis

A Contribution by the Forestry Research Institute Nigeria

The 'Domestication of Small Monogastric and Ruminant Animals' (DSMR) project led by a Nigerian research institute works with local communities to solve the bushmeat crisis.

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