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Iyabo Adeoye is proficient in Value Chain Development, Monitoring and Evaluation and Post-harvest economics of horticultural crops. She is a fellow of African Women in Agricultural Research and Development (AWARD 2013). She participated in Australia Africa Award “Increasing Development Impact of Agricultural Research” at Kenya and Tanzania (2018), Netherlands Fellowship Programmes on Market Access for Sustainable Development (2011), Managing for Sustainable Impact (2019) and Rural Entrepreneurship (2020). She participated in the online course: Sustainable food security: Food Access offered by WageningenX, an online learning initiative of Wageningen University and Research (2020). Additionally, she took part in the Research Transparency and Reproducibility Training (RT2) organized by Berkeley Initiative for Transparency in the Social Sciences (BITSS) at London in 2017. She is actively involved in capacity building of stakeholders in horticultural value chains and horticultural business appraisal and development.
2014, 6(2): 55-64.
Integration for Selected Vegetables in South-western Nigeria, International Journal of Vegetable Science, Taylor and Francis: 19:2, 99-108.
S.O1., Akinpelu, C.A, Fagbola, B.O1., Nwankwo E., Habu S. H3., Idris Bala, A, Shuaibu Mohammed, Akinrinola, A.O, Hudu, A.H., Oyedele O.O and Olajide-Taiwo, L.O (2019): Perception of Garden Owners on the Health and Nutritional Importance of Home Gardens in Nigeria. Production, Agriculture and Technology, 15 (1): 33-38