Agricultural Advisory Service Access Among Rural Women in Male-headed Households: Constraints and Prospects in Ethiopia

Asrat Worku


Without doubt Ethiopian rural women are taking part in agricultural production system even though there are cultural variations in here and there. There part is high in caring for livestock in addition to weeding, harvesting, marketing and garden cultivation in crop production. However, their productivity in average is less than their potential and proportion of their population. This is because of socio-economic and cultural factors. In addition to these, less access to agricultural extension advisory service also limiting them from becoming more efficient in using their potential in agricultural sector.

Keywords: advisory service, male-headed, household, prospects

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