Adedoyin, S.F., Torimiro, D.O. and Adeiga, A.F. (1997): Present interest and
future aspiration in farming: A case of school based farmer’s children club in
Ago-Iwoye, Nigeria. Nigeria: Journal of Agricultural Extension. Vol.1. Pp 17 –
Adedoyin S.F., Torimiro, D.O. and M.F.O. Jaji (1998): Rural infrastructure and
social amenities requirement of farmers’ children in Ago-Iwoye, Ogun State. The
Nigeria Journal of Rural Sociology Vol. 2. Pp. 29-32.
Torimiro, D.O., Alao, J.A. and Fapojuwo, O.E (1999): Relationship between
socio-economic characteristics of farmers and adoption of improved agricultural
technologies in Ogun State, Nigeria. The Nigerian Rural Sociologists. Vol. 3.
Adedoyin, S.F.; Akinyemi, J.O., Torimiro, D.O. and Odusote, M.O. (1999): Farm
mechanization needs of rural farmers in Ogun State, Nigeria, International
Journal of Tropical Agriculture 17 (1-4): 97-102.
Adedoyin, S.F. Agunbiade, J.B., Torimiro, D.O. and Fagbenro, (2000): Peri-urban
horticulture business: A new focus for extension service toward promoting
economic recovery in Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Horticultural
Torimiro, D.O. and Laogun, E.A (2000): Motivational factors for youth
participation in rural leadership development activities in Ogun State, Nigeria.
Nigeria: Journal of Agricultural Extension. Vol. 4, 2000. Pp28-35. .
Torimiro, D.O. and Lawal, B.O. (2001): Rural children and household food
security activities in Ijebu area of Ogun State, Nigeria. Nigeria: Moor Journal
of Agricultural Research. Vol. 2, No. 1. pp.70-74.
Torimiro, D.O., Lawal, B.O. and A. Agbelemoge (2002): Comparative study of
cooperative and non-cooperative poultry farmers in Ijebu Division of Ogun State,
Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Rural Sociology Vol.3 Nos.1&2, April 2002.
Torimiro, D.O. (2002): Inaugurating a global rural youth development network: A
participant preliminary experience from Herrsching workshop in Germany. South
Africa: African Journal of Child and Youth Development. Vol. I (1) 2002, pp
Torimiro, D.O.; E.A. Dionco-Adetayo and V.O. Okorie (2003): Children and
involvement in animal rearing activities: a traditional occupation for
sustainability of nomadic culture? U.K.: Early Child Development and Care.
Vol.173 No 2-3, pp 185-192.
Adedoyin, S.F. and Torimiro, D.O. (2003): Integrating farm children into rural
based economy inn Nigeria: The CIAP experience. Nigeria: Journal of Agricultural
Management and Rural Development Vol.1, pp 120-136.
Torimiro, D.O. and Dionco-Adetayo, E.A. (2004): Children involvement in
entrepreneurship in rural communities: An attitudinal analysis. U.K.: The
international journal of technological innovation and entrepreneurship. Vol.25,
Issue 6, pp 683-689.
Ajayi, A.O. and Torimiro, D.O. (2004): Perspectives on child abuse and labour:
Global ethical ideals versus African cultural realities. U.K.: Early Child
Development and Care. Vol. 174, No.2, pp. 183-191.
Torimiro, D.O., Malik, M. and O.D. Kolawole (2004): Perceived roles of African
rural parents in child education and development. U.K.: Early Child Development
and Care. Vol.174, Nos. 7-8 pp 721 – 731
Torimiro, D.O and Oluborode A. A. (2006): Towards Achieving Food Security in
Africa: Meeting the Sustainable Needs of Crop Farm Youth in Southwest Nigeria.
Pakistan: Journal of Applied Science Research 2(4):242-247
Torimiro, D.O and Oluborode A. A. (2006): Exploring Socio-economic Correlates of
Production Needs for Enhancing Food Security through Farm Youth in Southwest
Nigeria. Pakistan: Journal of Applied Science Research 2(5):248-255
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Dixon Olutade (Ph.D.), was Nigeria’s Federal Government
Scholar, Laureate of the Council for the Development of
Social Science Research in Africa’s (CODESRIA’s) Child and
Youth Studies Institute-2004, Recipent of the CODESRIA’s
grant for Multinational Working Group (MWG) on Citizenship
and Identity in Contemporary Africa-2005, member of the
College of Research Associates, United Nations University’s
Institute of Natural Resources in Africa (UNU/INRA),
currently an Associate Professor and acting Head, Department
of Agricultural Extension and Rural Development, Obafemi
Awolowo University, Ile-Ife. Dr. Torimiro co-initiated the
National Research and Development Network of Children and
Youth in Agriculture Programme (CYIAP- Network) in Nigeria.
His participation at the German Government’s sponsored 21st
International Training Workshop for Rural Youth Leaders held
in 2002, at the Bavarian Farmers’ Union Training Centre, in
Herrsching, Germany under the patronship of the United
Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) led to the
initiation of the African Centre for Rural Youth Empowerment
(ACRYE) - his action plan for Nigeria. He is the Chairman,
Board of trustees of the Centre. He belongs to many local
and international professional associations, among which are
the Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria (AESON),
Nigerian Rural Sociological Association (NRSA),
International Rural Network (IRN), Scotland anda member of
the Research Board of Advisors of the American Biographical
Institute, Raleigh, USA. Dr. Torimiro is on the Editorial
board of and reviewer to many local and international
academic Journals. He has attended learned conferences
locally and internationally.
Dr. Torimiro has published numerous
articles related to child and youth studies in extension and
rural development in reputable local and