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RURAL-URBAN INTERDEPENDENCE ON FUEL WOOD IN ANAMBRA STATE, NIGERIA

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RURAL-URBAN INTERDEPENDENCE ON FUEL WOOD IN ANAMBRA STATE, NIGERIA

 

 

ABSTRACT

 

This study examined the rural-urban interdependence on fuel wood in Anambra State,

Nigeria using cross-sectional data. The study used purposive and random sampling

techniques for the selection of 120 gatherers that constituted respondents for the

study. The study employed descriptive and relevant inferential statistics for data

analysis. The findings of the study revealed that out of the 14 indicators of the

importance of forest examined in the study, the respondents were aware of 11 as

importance of forest to people in the study area. The linear regression analysis with

an R2 of 0.702 showed that about 70% of the total variations in the income from fuel

wood were caused by the specified independent variables in the model. On ruralurban

interdependence on forest, (79%) of money and income related benefits flow

from urban to rural areas; (88%) of benefits relating to innovative ideas on forestry

management and conservation flow from urban to rural areas, about (68%) of forest

related market information spread from urban areas to the people in rural areas while

about (55%) of awareness of the importance of forest and its related products flow

from the urban to rural.

 

About (78%) of benefits in the form of forest related job

opportunities spread from rural to urban areas. Using a factor loading of 0.30, the

factors that constrain rural-urban flow of fuel wood in the area were: sociofinancial;

infrastructural/institutional; and distributive factors. The result of the

probit model with an R2 of 0.892 indicated that about (89%) of the total variations in

the decision of the respondents to either invest in forest development or not were

caused by the specified independent variables in the model. Based on the above

findings, it was recommended that government should ensure the provision of good

feeder and major road network between rural and urban areas in the state, that for

smooth flow of fuel wood, marketing channels should be encouraged in order to

hasten distribution of the fuel wood among others.

 

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