Popoola Kehinde Olayinka
Areas of research interest: Gender studies, Rural and Social Planning
Home Institution Obafemi Awolowo University, Ie-Ife, Nigeria
Host Institution Moi University, Eldoret, Kenya
Summary of research
This study is important because studies that examined the choice of adaptation did not explicitly explain how climatechange/variability is perceived and adapted by the aged population especially in the rural areas of the different ecological zones of Nigeria. The findings of this study will provide Bench Mark Data on the perceived climate variability
impact related to livelihood activities of the rural aged and their indigenous coping strategies in the differentecological zones of Nigeria.