Prof OKUNADE, Esther Omolabake (Mrs.) CV

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CURRICULUM VITAE

(A)       PERSONAL DATA
  NAME:  OKUNADE, Esther Omolabake  Prof.          

  DATE AND PLACE OF BIRTH:  6th April, 1958, Ijaye Orile, Ibadan.
  STATE OF ORIGIN:                                             Oyo
  NATIONALITY:                                                    Nigerian                              
  MARITAL STATUS:                                            Married
  NO. OF  CHILDREN  AND THEIR AGES:  5; 36, 30, 29, 29 & 19 years                                                                                        
  NAME AND ADDRESS OF SPOUSE:   Pastor Depo  Okunade
Christ Apostolic Church (Mount Bethel) P.O. Box 1075, O.A.U. Post Office, Ile-Ife.

  NAME AND ADDRESS OF NEXT OF KIN:  Pastor Depo Okunade
 Christ Apostolic Church (Mount Bethel) P.O. Box 1075, O.A.U. Post Office, Ile-Ife.

  FIRST APPOINTMENT & DATE                      Lecturer 11, 10th July, 2003

  PRESENT POSITION:                                         Professor   
  DATE OF PRESENT (APPOINTMENT/
  PROMOTION/REGRADING):                           October, 2012.

  DATE OF CONFIRMATION OF 
  APPOINTMENT:                                                  1st October 2005

  PRESENT SALARY:                                            CONUASS O7 Step 4
 FACULTY:                                                             Faculty of Agricultural Sciences
DEPARTMENT/UNIT:      Department of Agricultural Extension and Rural Development.
 
(B)       EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

1.         Institutions attended (with dates)
(i)         Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife                                   -           1998 - 2002
(ii)        Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife                                   -           1995 - 1998
            (iii)       University, of Ife Ile-Ife                                                        -           1980 - 1985
(iv)       Ladoke Akintola University of Technology                           -           2004 - 2005
             (v)      Wageningen International, Netherlands                                  -       2008 September
            (vi)     Wageningen International, Netherlands                                    -         2009 February
     (vii)     Institute of Development Studies (E- learning)                             -      2014
     (viii)    Institute of Development Studies (E- learning)                             -      2016
      

2.         Academic and Professional Qualification (with dates)
            a.    Ph. D. Agricultural Extension and Rural Sociology.                     -   2002   
            b.     M. Sc. Agricultural Extension Communication                           -  1998
            c.     B. Agric. (Animal Science)                                                      -  1985
            d.     Certificate in computer                                                        -        2005
            e.     Certificate in Multi –Stakeholders Social Processes & Learning  -       2008
            f .    Certificate in Multi –Stakeholders in Local Governance             -      2009
            g.   Certificate in Gender sensitive governance                             -    2014
            h.   Certificate in Gender Stereotypes                                             -   2016
                                 
3.          Other Distinctions and Awards (with Dates)
(1) Nuffic  Fellowship Programme (NFP) Award, Netherland                  -       2008
(2) Nuffic  Fellowship Programme (NFP) Award, Netherland                  -       2009
(3) Pan African Partnership Golden Award for Educational Management
        & Agricultural Development by Pan African News Magazine.          -      2009
(4) African Women in Agricultural Research and Development (AWARD) - 2013 & 2014
(5) Best paper presenter on the sub - theme: Women as Future Farmer at International   
      Conference on “Extension Educational Strategies for Sustainable Agricultural 
       Development – A Global Perspective” held on December 5th – 8th, 2013 at
       University of Agricultural Sciences, Bangalore India.                        

(C)       WORK EXPERIENCE

PREVIOUS WORK EXPERIENCE OUTSIDE TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS:

Professional Field Experience

(a) Osun State Agricultural Development Programme (OSSADEP) 1992 to 2003 as            
      Block Women in Agriculture ( WIA )in Ife South Local Government. Ifetedo
 
(b) Previous Consultancy Services:
    (i)     Consultant : Baseline Survey on the Impact of AIDS on Human Development
                                  Level in Kwara State – September 2006.

  (ii)     Gender Consultant : IFAD Community Based Agriculture And Rural      
                                             Development Programme ( CBARDP) Impact Study      
                                               Preparation To Mid-Term Review – 8th  - 20th August 2006
                                              Covering the following States:katsina, Zamfara, Sokoto,                         
                                              Kebbi, Jigawa and Yobe.

(iii) Gender Consultant: Presentation of Evaluation Report on IFAD Community Based  
                                          Agriculture and Rural Development Programme ( CBARDP) Impact 
                                      Study Preparation To Mid-Term Review 2nd September  2006
                                           on the following States:katsina, Zamfara, Sokoto,                         
                                           Kebbi, Jigawa and Yobe.                                     
                                          
(iv)    Resource Person: Capacity Building in  Poverty Alleviation Programme                            
                                            in Osun State -2001.

PREVIOUS WORK EXPERIENCE IN TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS:

  1. Part Time teaching,B.Ed. Programe of Lagos State University, Osun State College of Education, Ilesa Centre,1998 to date.
  2.  Part Time teaching,B.Ed. Programe of University of Ibadan, Osun State College of Education, Ilesa Centre,1998 to 2008.

 
ALL EXPERIENCES INDICATING POSITION/STATUS< NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF EMPLOYEES

  1.  Part Time teaching,B.Ed. Programe of Lagos State University, Osun State College of Education, Ilesa Centre,1998 to 2008.
  2.  Part Time teaching,B.Ed. Programe of University of Ibadan, Osun State College of Education, Ilesa Centre,1998 to 2008.

     (iii)   Osun State Agricultural Development Programme (OSSADEP) 1992 to 2003 as          
               Extension Officer for Ife- South Local Government. Ifetedo.
     (iv)   LAUTECH Appointment as Lecturer II July 2003
      (v)  LAUTECH Appointment as Lecturer   l       2004
     (vi)  LAUTECH Appointment as Senior Lecturer 2006
      (vii) LAUTECH Appointment as Reader 2009
      (viii) LAUTECH Appointment as Professor 2012  

(D). COURSES TAUGHT IN THE DEPARTMENT OVER YEARS 
        AER 201: Introduction to Agricultural Extension   
        AER 202: Introduction to Rural Sociology and Rural Development
        AEE 402: Agricultural Extension Practices
        AEE 504: Programme Planning Organization & Management in  
                          Extension
      AER    506: Rural Community Recourses, Services and Infrastructures
       AEE 509: Administration and Programme Planning and Evaluation in Extension
       AEE 511: Rural Sociology
      AER 705: Communication and Teaching Methods in Extension
      AER 706: Administration and Supervision in Extension    
     AER 708: Comparative Extension System
      AER 709: Extension Training and Training Materials
      AER 715: Leadership In Rural Development
     AER 718: Problem of Agricultural Extension System in Nigeria.
    AER 720: Gender Roles in Rural Development.
    AER 804: Psychology and social Theories of Rural Development
  
                             
 (E)    GRADUATE  STUDIES  SUPERVISION: 

      (a)  M.Tech Student  Completed ( Major Supervisor)

  1.  Adetomiwa O.S:( 2010): The Roles of Women farmers in Household  Food

                                                   Security in Oyo State Nigeria.                        
                                     

  1. Adepoju, Romoke  M. 2012:  Participation of Women farmers in FADAMA  II   

                                                          Project in Selected Local Government Areas of Oyo State.

  1. Bale, Laide, O. (2014):  Assessment of Organic Agricultural Practices on elected  

                                       Crops among Smallholder Farmers in Oyo State, Nigeria.

  1. Adewumi, Isreal (2014): Effect of Fadama ll Programme on Households’ Food    

                                         Security in Kwara State, Nigeria.

  1. Adebimpe,  A. (2016):    Evaluation of Gender Differential in Educational Status 

                                                 of Crop Farmers in Oyo – State.

(b)  M.Tech Student completed (Co- Supervisor)
        

  1.  Akinola, O. 2006:  Effectiveness of Mass Media Communication Channels among Maize

                                             farmers in Ogbomoso Agricultural Zone of Oyo State.

  1. Ikeola R. F. 2008:   Participation of Artisanal fisher folks in the FADAMA II                                                

                                            Development Project in Lagos State.

  1.  Oyelere G .O.  200 8:  Assessment of National Special Programme for Food Security   

                                                (NSPFS) in Oyo state.

  1. Olanipekun, A.A (2010): The contribution of live wood Diversification to rural   

                                                  Households welfare in Ogbomoso Agricultural Zone of Oyo   
                                                 State, Nigeria.

(c)    Ph.D  Student  Completed ( Major Supervisor)

  1. Kayode, A.O (2016) : Gender Analysis of Land Management Practices Adopted among 

                                     Crop Farmers in North Central Zone, Nigeria.

  1.  Olabode, O. S (2016): Assessment of Environmentally Sustainable Agricultural Practices 

                                           among Rural Women in South- western Nigeria

  (d)  Ph.D Student  Completed (Co- Supervisor)

  1.              i. Olaniyi O.A (2010): Assessment of utilization of Agricultural information on selected                                           

                                 Arable crops among Rural Youth in Oyo and Osun state, Nigeria.
  

  1. Adebayo,O.A (2010):  Effects of Livelihood activities and empowerment of rural

  
                                          women on Household food security in Oyo state, Nigeria.

  1. Adetunji, K. E(2015) :  Adaptation Strategies Used by Crop Farmers Against The Perceived Effects Of Climate Change In South West Nigeria.

 

  1. Adeyemo, Paul (2015): Effectiveness of Community Driven Development  

                  Aproach on the Sustainability of two selected World Bank Assisted 
                  Projects in Southwest, Nigeria.

  1. Ifejika, Philip (2015): Information Behaviour of Mobile Phone Owners among 

                Aquaculture Farmers for Extension Delivery Services in Selected States 
                 of Nigeria.

  1. Alabi Afusat Adunni(2016):  The Influence of Rural – Urban Interaction on  

                              Livelihood Activities of Rural Dwellers in Osun State, Nigeria.

  1. Oyelere, G.O (2016):  Farmers’ Perception of Climate Change on Arable Crops in  

                                  South West Nigeria.                                     

 

(e) On Going   Graduate Student Supervision

Name                                                   

Degree

Stage

 Major/Minor Supervisor

Project Title

1. Ikeola, R.F.

Ph.D

Thesis Writing

Major

Assessment of Farmers” children Education in Rural Household of South – Western, Nigeria.

2. Adewumi Isreal

Ph.D

Course Work

 

 

 

3. Olabisi,    
    Kehinde

 

M. Tech

 

Thesis Writing

 

Major

Assessment of Agricultural Related Justice Development Peace Maker Commission (JDPMC) Empowerment Programmes Among Rural Dwellers in Osun State , Nigeria.

 

4.  Olahan, A.S

M. Tech

Thesis Writing

 

Major

Assessment of the Use of NSPRI Recommended Post Harvest Grains Storage Technologies in Rural Communities of Kwara State.

 

(F). MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESIONAL BODIES
           
   (i)  Member, Association of International Agricultural Extension Education.(AIAEE)
   (ii) Member, International Society of Extension Education, India. (INSEE)
   (iii)  Member, Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria.
    (iv) Member, Nigeria Rural Sociological Association.
    (v)   Member, Agricultural Society of Nigeria.

(G).     PUBLICATIONS

1.         Thesis/Dissertation

  1. Okunade, E.O. (1985): Effect of Hatch on Body Weight of White Legorn Chicken Unpublished B.Agric. Project, University of Ife, Ile-Ife.
  1. Okunade, E.O. (1998): Effectiveness of Extension Teaching Methods used in Communicating Improved Farm Practices to Women Farmers in Osun State

Unpublished M.Sc. Dissertation, O.A.U., Ile-Ife.

  1. Okunade, E.O. (2002): Participation of Women Local Leaders in Women-Based Rural Development programme of Osun State. Unpublished Ph.D Thesis, O.A.U., Ile-Ife.

 

2.         BOOKS / MONOGRAPHS:
a.   Adisa, B.O, and Okunade, E.O. (2005): Women In Agriculture and Rural Development  
       Chapter 7 in Agricultural Extension in Nigeria. Edited by  S.  Fola Adedoyin pg 69-77

b.   Okunade, E.O. (2005): Leadership Pattern in Rural Societies Chapter 5 in A New           
       Approach to Rural Sociology Edited by Adewale, J. Gbenga pg 38-57

c.   Kuponiyi, F. A, Okunade, E. O. and Akinboye, O. A. (2005): Introductory Notes On
     Agricultural Extension & Rural Sociology. Edited by Kuponiyi, F. A. ISBN 9910-2103-08-3

d.     Okunade,E.O.and Kuponiyi,F.A.(2006): The Training & Visit System of Agricultural
      Extension Chapter 1 in Agricultural Extension Practices pg 1-10.

e.   Okunade,E.O.(2006): Extension Teaching Methods Chapter 2 in Agricultural Extension  
      Practices pg11-19.

f.    Okunade, E. O. and Olaniyi, O. A. (2006): Communication Methods and Skills, Chapter 3
     in Agricultural Extension Practices pg 20-30.

*g. Okunade, E. O. (2009): Nigerian Nation and the Problem of Food Security in the 21st
       Century: Way Forward.  Keynote Address at the 8th Regional Round Table 
         On Economic Community Empowerment & Development, Pan-African 
     Inspirational Leadership Conference. LAUTECH Press Ogbomoso pp 1-45.
   

3          PUBLISHED ARTICLES

a          Journals Articles
  
(i)         Okunade, E.O., Ogbimi, G.E. and Jibowo, A.A. (1999): Characteristics of Extension Teaching Methods Used in Communicating Improved Farm Practices to Women Farmers in Osun State, Journal of Agric. Extension Society of Nigeria, AESON,Vol.3. pp. 57-65. ISSN: 1595 -1421 Nigeria

(ii)        Okunade, E.O. and Adisa, B.O. (2004): Women Local Leaders’ Bases of Influence in Women-Based Rural Development Project of Osun State, International Journal of Biological and physical Sciences. (Science Focus), LAUTECH Vol. 6 pp 44- 47 ISSN: 1596 -7026  Nigeria
 

  1. Farinde, A. J., Okunade, E.O. and Laogun, E.A (2004): Community Perception of Women Occupying Leadership Position in Rural Development Project of Osun State, Nigeria.  Anthropologist India .6(4):273-278. IF 2.8 www.krepublishers.com
  1. Okunade, E.O., Farinde, A.J. and Laogun, E.A. (2004): Leadership Characteristic of Women Local Leaders in Women-Based Rural Development project, Journal of Rural Research and Information. Vol 1 pg 1-6.  Nigeria

 

 (v)       Okunade, E.O. (2004): Factors Influencing the Participation of Women Local Leaders in Women- Based Rural Development Project in Osun State. Africa: Journal of Contemporary issues Vol.2 No. 1.pg. 89-97.ISSN: 1597- 040X  Nigeria

   (vi)      Okunade, E.O., Ayoade, A.R. and Olaniyi, O.A (2004): Women’s Involvement in    
  Community Development Projects in Ife-North Local Government Area of Osun-State,   
   Nigeria. Social Science Research Communications Vol. 2 No 1 pp. 29-34 Nigeria

(vii)      Okunade, E.O., Olaniyi, O.A., and Ayoade, A.R. (2004): Gender Differential in  
                      Adoption of Improved Cassava Production Technologies in Surulere Local   
                      Government Area of Oyo State, Nigeria. Annals of Agricultural Science Vol. 3 No2   
                        pg. 84-90. ISSN: 0570-1783   Egypt  ICV: 3.91 www.IndexCopernicus.com

 

(viii)     Okunade, E.O. (2004): Effect of Women’s Participation in Rural Development Projects on Household Food Security in Ejigbo Local Government Area, International Journal of African Culture and Ideals Vol. 4 No 1 pg. 70-81. Nigeria
 
(ix)       Oladosu, I.O. and Okunade, E.O. (2004): Attitude of Undergraduate Students Towards Agriculture as a Future Career: A case study of Two Nigerian Universities, International Journal of African Culture and Ideals Vol. 4 No 1 pg. 82-89 . Nigeria
 
(x)        Okunade, E.O., Olaniyi, O.A., and Raufu M.O (2004): Determinants of Household Food Security in Ejigbo Local Govt Area, Osun State. Journal of Research in Agriculture,University of Uyo, Vol.1 No1 pg 54-59.  Nigeria
 
(xi)       Okunade, E.O. and Laogun E.A. (2005): Evaluation of Communication Methods Used in the Obafemi Awolowo University Rural Development Programme in Egbedore Local Government of Osun-State, International Journal of Applied Agricultural and Apicultural Research Vol. 1 No 1 pp. 31-40.  Nigeria ISSN: 0331 - 5428

(xii)      Okunade, E.O., Farinde, A.J. and Laogun, E.A.: Participation of Women Local Leaders in Women-Based Rural Development Project in Osun State 2005, Journal of Social Science Vol (1) pp. 37-41. Journal of Social Science 12 (3) 187-191 IF 3.5 www.krepublishers.com
 

(xiii) Adisa, B.O, Okunade, E.O. and Oladoja, M.A(2005): Assessment of Rural Youth Participation in Community Based Rural Development Projects in Osun State, Nigeria, International Journal of Biological and Physical Science Science Focus, vol 10 No 1 pp 18- 24 ISSN:1596 -7026

 

(xiv) Okunade, E.O., Oladosu,I.O and Laogun, E.A(2005): Harnessing Leadership Status of Women for Participation in Women-Based Rural Development Project Under a Deregulated Economy in Osun State Nigerian Journal of Rural Sociology vol 5 No1 &2 pp 17 –23  Nigeria  ISSN: 0189 -7543

 (xv)     Oladosu, I.O., Okunade, E.O. and Jibowo, A. A (2005): Economic Deregulation and The Adoption of Recommended Practices of Rural Poultry Keeping in Ola- Oluwa   
                 Local Government Area of Osun State.  Nigerian Journal of Rural Sociology.
               Vol 5 N0 1 & 2 pp 149 – 154 Nigeria  ISSN: 0189 -7543

(xvi)     Okunade, E.O, Raufu, M.O and Olaniyi O.A. (2006): Perceived Characteristics of Innovation Affecting the Adoption of Agricultural Technology Among Farmers of           Osun State, Nigeria.   Manage Extension Research Review Vol. VII No. 1 pp 1-8.  Hyderabad, India

 (xvii)     Okunade, E.O. (2006): Factors Influencing Adoption of Improved Farm Practices  
               Among Women Farmers in Osun State.  Journal of Human Ecology Vol.19, No 1
               pp 45 – 49.ISSN: 0970 – 9274 IF 3.4 www.krepublishers.com

 (xviii)    Oladosu I.O and Okunade E.O(2006): Perception of Village Extension Agents in Disseminating Agricultural Information in Oyo Agricultural zone of Oyo state , Journal of Social Science 12 (3) 187-191 IF 3.5 www.krepublishers.com

 (xix)  Okunade,E.O and Jibowo A.A. (2007): Innovation Characteristics Associated with Adoption of the Improved Farm Technologies in Ife/Ijesa Agricultural Zone of Osun State, Nigeria.  Journal of Agriculture and Rural Development Vol.1 No.1 pp.70-83. ISSN: 1990- 3375 Swaziland        

  (xx)  Okunade, E.O. (2007): Accessibility of Agricultural Credits and Inputs to Women Farmers of Isoya Rural Development Project, Research Journal of Agriculture and Biological Sciences,Vol .3 No.3 pp 138-142. Pakistan ISSN: 1816 – 1561 IF 0.03

   (xxi)   Okunade, E.O (2007): Effectiveness of Extension Teaching Methods in Acquiring  
              Knowledge, Skill and Attitude by Women Farmers in Osun State.  Journal of
            Applied Sciences Research, Vol.3 No 4 pp 282-286. Pakistan ISSN: 1816 – 157X IF                      
              0.03  http://www.scimagojr.com/journalsearch.php?q

  (xxii)  Okunade, E.O (2007): Influence of Leadership role on Women Activities in Rural  
                Women Based Development Projects Of Osun State. Research Journal of Social   
              Science, vol.2 pp 14-22 Pakistan   http://www.scimagojr.com/journalsearch.php?q
                 IF   0.03

  (xxiii)  Okunade, E.O. and Yekini,O.T (2007): Women Participation in Forest Management  
               Practice for Sustainable Livelihood in Abeokuta Local Government Ogun State,
               Research Journal of Applied Sciences 2(4):377-381. Pakistan  IF  0.03  
                   http://www.scimagojr.com/journalsearch.php?q
                      
(xxiv)   Yekini,O.T and Okunade, E.O. (2007): Natural Resources Utilization and Livelihood  
                 Strategies in Rural Communities: Implications for Poverty Reduction.
                Research  Journal of Applied Sciences 2(3):335-339. Pakistan  IF  0.03  
                   http://www.scimagojr.com/journalsearch.php?q
 
 (xxv)  Anibaloye,K and Okunade, E.O (2009): Effect of Rural Based Poverty Alleviation               
             Projects on Women Farmers in Akinyele Local Government Area of Oyo-State. Journal    
             of Rural Research and Information vol.4 No.1 September Pg. 36- 44.

(xxvi)     Okunade, E.O and Jibowo, A.A. (2010): Leadership Styles among Women   
                     Associations in Orire Local Government of Oyo State.  Journal of Agriculture and  
                     Rural Development, Swaziland, Vol.4 pg 77-89. ISSN: 1990- 3375                .

(xxvii)   Okunade, E.O. and Oyetoro, J. O. (2010): Benefits of Rural Infrastructure on Fadama   
                  Activities of Women Farmers in Surulere Local Government Area of Oyo State,      
                   International Journal of Applied Agricultural and Apicultural Research Vol. 6 No   
                   1& 2 pp. 73 – 81   Nigeria .ISSN 0331- 5428

(xxviii)    Akinola, O, Ogunwale, A. B and Okunade, E.O. (2010): Effectiveness of Mass 
                Media Communication Channels among Maize Farmers in Ogbomoso Agricultural  
                Zone of Oyo State, International Journal of Applied Agricultural and Apicultural  
               Research Vol. 6 No 1& 2 pp. 131 -139.  Nigeria .ISSN 0331- 5428

(xxix)   Oladosu, I.O., Okunade, E.O.(2010) : Effectiveness of contact Farmers in the  
               Training of other farmers in Iwo Agricultural zone of Osun State, Nigeria. International  
               journal of Biological and Physical Science Science Focus,  ISSN : 1596 – 7026 vol 15 No 3 pp 398- 403

(xxx)  Ifejika,P.I, Oladosu, I.O, Okunade, E.O, Olowosegun, T, and Nwabueze, G. O.(2010) : Why Youths Find it Difficult to practice Commercial Fish Farm Enterprise in Abia State, South- East Nigeria. Global Approaches to Extension Practice (GAEP), vol.6, No. 2, pp 34- 40. ISSN: 0794 --- 1005

(xxxi)  Okunade, E.O.(2011): The Potential in Catfish Production to alleviate Poverty in   

                 Oyo - State, Nigeria. International Journal of Organic Agriculture Research and                            

Development.  Vol 3, Pp59 – 68. ISSN: 2141 – 8454 Nigeria

 

(xxxii)   Okunade, E.O.and Oladosu, I.O., (2011):Gender Differencial in UNDP Skill
                    Acquisition Centre on Poverty Alleviation among Youths in Ogbomoso South
                  Local Government Area , Oyo State. Journal of Rural Research and Information
                   vol.6 No.2 Pg. 34- 43.

(xxxiii)   Kayode A.O, Okunade E.O and Nzoku U. N (2013): Gender Access to Productive 
                   Assets of Farm Land among crop farmers in Kwara State, Nigeria. World Rural  
                    Observations, Vol 5.

(xxxiv) Olabode, O.S, Kayode, A.O and Okunade E.O (2015): Effects of Different Strategies   
               Adopted by Rural Farmers on their Food Security in Oyo State.  Journal Management 
               and Technology of Agriculture.

(xxxv)  Olabode, O.S, Kayode, A.O and Okunade E.O (2015): Determinants of Food security of
                    Women Farmers in Oyo State. International Journal of Agricultural and Apicultural 
                    Research pp 130 – 136.

(xxxvi)   Adewumi, I. I and Okunade E.O (2015):  Contribution of ICT toward Improving Rural 
                      Livelihood Activities of Farmers in Oyo State, Nigeria. Journal Management       
                     and Technology of Agriculture.

(xxxvii)  Adewumi, I. I and Okunade E.O (2016): Influence of Socio– economic Characteristics 
                   in Participation in Fadama ll Project in Ekiti L. G. A. of Kwara State, Nigeria.
                   Journal of Rural Sociology vol. 16 no 1

(xxxviii)    Okunade E.O and Adewumi, I. I (2016): Women’s Agricultural Activities in Rural
                 Communities: Implication for Food Security. International Journal of Agricultural and    
                Apicultural Research

b          CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

  1. Okunade, E.O., Ogbimi, G.E. and Jibowo, A.A. (1999): Effectiveness of Extension  

                 Teaching Method On Women farmers In Osun State (AESON) Fifth Annual 
                     Conference Proceedings pp 70-81

 

  1. Okunade, E.O, Olaniyi,O.A and Ogunleye, Y.K (2005) : Adoption of Improved Cassava

           Technologies Among Farmers in Surulere Local Government Area of Ogbomoso.  
    Proceeding Of The 39th Annual Conference of the Agricultural Society Of Nigeria, pp15-18 .

  1. Okunade, E.O, and Oladosu, I.O (2005): The Rating Of Extension Method Adopted by     

            Extension Agent for teaching Female farmer in Osun State 10th Annual Proceeding of   
               Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria (14th – 17th June ) pp 42 -50

(iv)    Okunade, E.O. (2005): Impact of Extension Agents Communication Skill on the
 Adoption Of Improved Farm Technologies In Ife Ijesa Agricultural Zones of Osun State,10th Annual Proceeding of Agricultural Society of Nigeria (14th – 17 June 2005 ) pp  51- 58

(v)   Tope Sinkaiye, O.A.Ajayi and E.O. Okunade (2007): Determinants of Rural Dwellers        
            Knowledge and Attitudes Towards HIV/ AIDS in Moro Local Government of Kwara
             State: Implications to Extension Training, Proceedings, 12th Annual National 
              Conference AESON(4th-7th July ,2007).

(vi)   Okunade, E.O. (2010): Cost- Benefit Analysis of Layer – Chicken in Ife – Central Local  
          Government Area of Osun State, 44th Annual Proceeding of Agricultural Society of   
          Nigeria (18th – 22nd October 2010 ) pp  507—510)

(vii) Okunade, E.O. (2010): Gender Analysis of the Effect of Institutional Credits on the  
         Cassava Farmers in Ibarapa East Local Government Area of Oyo State, 44th Annual    
         Proceeding of Agricultural Society of Nigeria (18th – 22nd October 2010 ) pp  515—518)

(viii)    Akinola, O, Ogunwale, A. B and Okunade, E.O. (2010): Factors Militating Against the  
            Effectiveness of Mass Media Communication Channels on Maize Farmers in Ogbomoso  
            Agricultural zone of Oyo State, 44th Annual Proceeding of Agricultural Society of 
            Nigeria (18th – 22nd October 2010 )

(ix)     Okunade, E.O. (2010): Charcoal as an Alternate Energy Source among Urban   
           Households in Ogbomoso Metropolis of Oyo State, Proceding of 4th International  
          Conference of Appropriate Technology “Appropriate Technology for Water Sanitation:  
         Solutions for aThirsty, Polluted Planet” November 24th – 27th, 2010. Ghana.

(x)     Okunade, E.O.and Farinde, A.J. (2010): Generating Information through Multi- 
           Stakeholders Participatory Approach (MSP) for local planning development in Oyo State,    
          Nigeria, Proceedings of IAALD 2010. France

(xi)   Okunade, E.O.(2010):  Attitude of Urban Women to Backyard Farming in Ife – Central  

               Local Government Area of Osun State. Proceedings of the First Technical Workshop  

             on Organic Agriculture, Nigerian Organic Agriculture Network pg 52- 57

      

H.         TECHNICAL REPORT:

i. Evaluation Report on IFAD Community Based Agriculture and Rural Development   
   Programme (CBARDP) Impact Study Preparation to Mid-Term Review 2nd September 2006  
   on the following States: Katsina, Zamfara, Sokoto,  Kebbi, Jigawa and Yobe.

ii.  Baseline Survey Report  of Focus Group Dicussion on  National Fadama Development  
     Project lll in Oyo and Osun States.

iii. Report on the   Study of the Contribution of Small- Scale Community - Owned   
      Infrastructure (Sci) and Asset Acquisition to the Attainment of the Fadama Ill Project  
         Development Objective in Osun State   

(I) Participation in Workshops and seminars
i.          5th-9th oct 1992            -Food Crops production, Processing, Utilization and Nutrition, Organized by M.A.N.R. Osogbo & UNICEF.
ii.         12th-16th Oct, 1992      -           Intensive Zonal Planning& Review Workshop Organized UNICEF (Ibadan) Oyo, Osun and Ondo States.
iii.        31st March – 2nd April, !993 -  Soya beans Popularization (Production, Processing utilization project) by Federal Ministry of Agric & University of Agric. Abeokuta.
iv.        17th-20th May 2003      - Enhance Agricultural Development through Women Groups Organized by LADCON/ OSSADEP
v.         June 1993        - Alley Farming Organized by Food and Agric Organization (FAO)
vi.        September 1993 -Three Crops & Livestock credit by Food and Agric Organization (FAO)
vii.       23rd –25th May 1994  - Cocoa Improvement Programme in Nigeria by CIBA (SWISS Nigeria Chemical Company Limited )
viii.      6th-10th July 1994  - Growth monitoring Promotion and Livestock production by MANR Osogbo& UNICEF
ix.        4th-6th July 1994          -Extending Nutrition education to the Extension Worker by Department of Human Nutrition, University of Ibadan & OAU
         x             19th-21st Oct.1998       -Management of Cooperative and Credit programme for the 
                       Rural Poor by Ultimate Management Consultancy Services Limited.  

 

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