Bookie Ezeomah is PhD researcher in international development policy and management at the University of Manchester, United Kingdom. She holds a Bachelors degree in Agricultural Economics from the Federal University of Technology Owerri, Nigeria and a Masters’ degree in Sustainable Agriculture and Food Security from the Royal Agricultural University, United Kingdom. She also has work experience in international development communications and smallholder farmer engagement.
The title of her blog, Ikekọrịta, means “to share” in Bookie’s native language – igbo. This blog represents a space to share knowledge, ideas, experiences and research on agriculture, food security, poverty, rural development, ICT4Dev and innovations in agriculture which support global development.
The content of this site are her views and research findings, with the exception of guest blogs and coauthored research/working papers.