Effective Mechanized Rainwater Harvesting: Coping with climate change implications in the Jordanian Badia
Nigeria currently imports four million tons of wheat, spending $4 billion on the commodity every year – a figure expected to reach $10 billion by 2030 when Nigerians are predicted to consume over 10 million tons of imported wheat to satisfy their growing demand for non-traditional foods like pasta, noodles, and bread. Faced with a growing demand for wheat and wheat products, the continuation of this import-based approach could generate immense consequences for Nigerian food security. The Nigerian population will be exposed to the fluctuations of global commodity markets and increased susceptibility to sudden food price hikes – particularly the poor who spend a disproportionate amount of income to feed their families.
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- Natural Resource Management and Sustainable Intensification 
- Decision Support Tools