|Education||PhD in Agricultural Economics (Area of specialisation in Food Marketing and International Trade) from Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta, Nigeria|
|STAAARS+ Research||Does Diversification and Improved Technology Use Influence Food Security of Smallholder Farming Households: Evidence from Nigeria|
Sarah Edore Edewor is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow with the Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research, Nigeria and an Independent Agricultural Consultant. She holds a PhD in Agricultural Economics with area of specialisation in Food Marketing and International Trade from the Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta, Nigeria. Her research focus is on international trade patterns, climate change, land tenure and its impact on welfare through a gender lens. She is an African Women in Agricultural Research and Development (AWARD) One Planet Laureate Candidate. Her passion for research has made her contribute to the success of the EDULINK II ECIATA - Enhancing of Capacities on International Trade Agreements for Development of Regional Agriculture and Food Market Project, Cassava: Adding Value to Africa (CAVA II) Project Evaluation Survey, Partnership for Aflatoxin Control in Africa (PACA) and RAAF-PASANAO Projects among others. She has been a consultant to Climate Check Corporation, Canada, Global Program Green Innovation Centre, and African Economic Research Consortium (AERC). She is multidisciplinary research-oriented with proficiency in quantitative and qualitative analysis. Her vision is to see the number of people living below the poverty line reduce substantially especially in Africa where traditional farming systems, poverty and food insecurity remains predominantly high.