Value Chain Analysis of Artisanal Fishing in Ilaje Local Government Area of Ondo State, Nigeria

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O. O. Ilemobayo
J. O. Ijigbade

Abstract

To bridge the demand supply gap in the Nigerian fishing industry, the value chain analyses in artisanal fishing in the coastal area of Ondo States were investigated.

Primary data was used in the study. Purposive sampling technique was used to select four fishing communities in Ilaje local government, where 35 (fishermen, processors and marketers) were each selected randomly from the communities. Data were analyzed using Descriptive Statistics and Gross Margin Analysis.

The socioeconomic characteristic indicated that 68.6% of the fishermen, 77.2% processors and 65.7% marketers were less than 50 years of age. Result revealed that all the fishermen were male, 91.2 % processors and 97.10% marketers were female. 62.9% of the fishermen have household greater than 4, the processors has 54.3% household size above 4 and 60% of the marketers have household size above 4. 94.3% of the fishermen have one form of education or the other, 77.1% of the processors have one form of education or the other and 65.7% of the marketers were also educated. All the marketers are into one association or the other. Budgeting analysis indicated positive margin by the two categories of marketers was ₦300.54 and ₦1,866.00 per basket respectively, a net return of 1.04 and 1.30 respectively. Processors had a positive gross margin of ₦43.871.54 and a net return of 1.12. Most influential actor is the marketer.

Keywords:
Value chain, artisanal, gross margin, analysis, fishing.

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Ilemobayo, O. O., & Ijigbade, J. O. (2019). Value Chain Analysis of Artisanal Fishing in Ilaje Local Government Area of Ondo State, Nigeria. Asian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Research, 4(2), 1-7. https://doi.org/10.9734/ajfar/2019/v4i230051
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