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Ezebunwa Ethelbert NWOKOCHA

Associate Professor, Social and Medical Demography

B.Sc. (IMSU) M.Sc. Ph.D Demography (Ibadan)

 

Ezebunwa Ethelbert NWOKOCHA joined the Department of Sociology, University of Ibadan in 2001. His area of specialization is Demography where he has written articles published in reputable journals locally and internationally. He teaches courses in Demography, Theory, Research Methods, Social Structure, Monitoring and Evaluation and Social Problems both at undergraduate and graduate levels. His research interests include reproductive/maternal health, gender, community development, social and cultural studies, and public administration and relations. Dr Nwokocha is the Chair of the Faculty of the Social Sciences Newsletter board. He belongs to professional associations such as the International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP); International Sociological Association (ISA); Union of African Population Studies; Nigeria Anthropological and Sociological Association (NASA); Population Association of Nigeria (PAN) among others. He is a consultant to MacArthur Foundation on Monitoring and Evaluation. He has also consulted for the Ford Foundation, European Union, Ecorys Netherlands, and some government and Non-governmental organizations in Nigeria. Dr. Nwokocha was a recipient of scholarships, grants and prizes, including the Federal government of Nigeria scholarship for doctoral candidates in 2003; MacArthur Foundation Fund for Leadership Development (FLD) grant (2004-2006); IFRA Young Nigerian Scholar Field Research grant 2007; University of Ibadan Senate Research grant 2010; Ford Foundation grant on sexuality education in Nigeria 2012 and 2014, among others.

 

RESEARCH INTEREST

Demography, Reproductive/Maternal Health; Gender Issues and Community Development; Adolescent Sexuality, HIV and AIDS/Vulnerable populations, Urban risk factors and Monitoring and Evaluation.

 

 

CONTACT ADDRESS:

Department of Sociology, University of Ibadan, Nigeria

[email protected]; [email protected]

 

SCHOLARSHIPS AND FELLOWSHIPS

Federation of Mbaise students’ (IMSU chapter) Faculty-based best student prize               1995

Best student prize in Sociology/Anthropology (IMSU)                                                         1997

Best graduating student in the Faculty of Social sciences (IMSU)                                   1997

Federal Government of Nigeria Scholarship for academic excellence                              2002

MacArthur Foundation fund for Leadership Development Grant                                   2003

Best Lecturer Award, Sociology Department, University of Ibadan                                 2005

 

 

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

 

Chapters in Books

 

Nwokocha, E.E. 2011. “Adolescents’ socioeconomic and cultural vulnerability to HIV/AIDS and other STDs: research needs and priorities”. In F.E. Okonofua (ed.), Identifying Priorities for Research and Documentation on Adolescent Sexual Reproductive Health in Nigeria. Benin City: WHARC. Pp 55-63.

 

Nwokocha, E.E. 2012. “Youth culture in Nigeria: An Epoch Change in Mores and Behaviour”. In A.S. Jegede, A.O. Olutayo, O.O. Omololu and B.E. Owumi (eds.) People and Cultures of Nigeria. Ibadan: Samlad. Pp 394-408.

 

Nwokocha, E.E. 2015. “Igbos in Ibadan: migration, integration and challenges”. In O.O. Layiwola (ed.). The City-State of Ibadan: Texts, Contexts and Events. Ibadan: Book Builders. Pp 153-168

 

Nwokocha, E.E. 2015. ”An Introduction to Demography and Population Studies”. In I.S. Ogundiya and J. Amzat (eds), Foundations of the Social Sciences. Lagos: Malthouse. Pp 115-136

 

Nwokocha, E.E. and Ajayi, A.I. 2015. “Pregnancy-risk perception and emergency    contraception among female students in Southwest Nigeria”.  In O. Wusu; E.E. Nwokocha and F.C. Ntoimo (eds.), Demographic Issues in Nigeria: Insights and Implications. UK: AuthorHouse. Pp 1-30.

 

Isiugo-Abanihe, U.C. and Nwokocha, E.E. 2015. Monitoring and Evaluation Research. In A.S. Jegede (ed.).

 

Nwokocha, E.E. 2015. Critical Review of Literature in Social Research. In A.S. Jegede (ed.)...

 

 

Articles in Learned Journals

 

Nwokocha, E.E. 2004. “Gender Inequality and Contradictions in West Africa Development: the need for Centriarchy”. African Journal for the Psychological study of Social Issues. Vol. 7(1).

 

Nwokocha, E.E. 2005. “Maternal Outcomes and Psychosocial Dilemma in sub-Saharan Africa: the case of Nigeria”. Nigerian Journal of Clinical and Counseling Psychology. 11(1).

 

Nwokocha, E.E. 2005. “Revisiting Gender and Reproductive Health Analysis in a Global age”. African Journal for the Psychological study of Social Issues. Vol. 8(2).

 

Aderinto, A.A.; A. Oladokun; A.A. Atere; I.F. Adewole and E.E. Nwokocha. 2005. “Sexual Behaviour of Married Men during Pregnancy and After Childbirth in Ibadan: Evidence from Focus Group Discussions”. Unilag Sociological Review, 6.

 

Nwokocha, E.E. 2006. Pregnancy Outcomes among the Ibani of Rivers State, Nigeria: Findings from Case-studies. African Population Studies, 21(1).

 

Aderinto, A.A.; E.E. Nwokocha; A.O. Bankole and A.A. Obemeata 2006. “Domestic Violence against Women in Nigeria: An Investigation in Delta and Edo States” Ibadan Journal of the Social Sciences. 4(1).

 

Nwokocha, E.E. 2007. “Male Child Syndrome and the Agony of Motherhood among the Igbo of Nigeria”. International Journal of Sociology of the Family, 33(1).

 

Nwokocha, E.E. 2007. “Gender Inequality and Development in Nigeria”. South-South Journal of Culture and Development, 9(2).

 

Nwokocha, E.E. 2007. “Transactional Sex in Nigerian Universities: Social and Demographic Implications” Unilag Sociological Review, Vol 8.

 

Nwokocha, E.E. 2007. “Maternal Crises and the Role of African Men: the case of a Nigerian Community”. African Population Studies, 22(1).

 

Nwokocha, E.E.; O. Obono and A.A. Adedimeji. 2007. “Socio-cultural Factors Affecting Pregnancy Outcomes among the Ibani of Rivers State, Nigeria” Ibadan Journal of the Social Sciences, 5(1).

               

Adeneye, A.K.; A.S. Jegede; M.A. Mafe and E.E. Nwokocha. 2007. “A Pilot Study to Evaluate Malaria Control Strategies in Ogun State, Nigeria. World Health and Population, 9(2).

 

Nwokocha, E.E. 2008. “Traditional Health Care Delivery Systems in the 21st Century

Africa: Moving beyond Misconceptions”. World Health and Population, 10(1).

 

Isiugo-Abanihe, U.C. and Nwokocha, E.E. 2008. “Prevalence and Consequences of Ewu-ukwu Custom in Mbaise, Imo State, Nigeria”. The Nigerian Journal of Sociology and Anthropology. Vol. 6

 

Nwokocha, E.E. and Awomoyi, A.O. 2009. “Factors influencing mothers’ role in convulsion treatment among under-five children in Ibadan, Nigeria”. World Health and Population. Vol 11(2)

 

Nwokocha, E.E. 2009. “Deconstructing the Burden of Rural-Urban Migration in a non-regulatory System: the Case of Lagos, Nigeria”. South-South journal of Culture and Development. Vol 11(2). 

 

Aderinto, A.A.; Erinosho, O; Nwokocha, E.E. and Adesanmi, O.A. 2009. “Impact assessment of HIV/AIDS knowledge and prevention among patrons of bars and hotels in Abuja, Nigeria”. Ibadan Journal of the Social Sciences. Vol 7(1)

 

Nwokocha, E.E. and Eyango, V. 2009. “The attitude and behaviour of Nigerian university students towards voluntary HIV counselling and testing”. The Nigerian Journal of Sociology and Anthropology. Vol. 7

 

Nwokocha, E.E. 2010. “Factors influencing sex-education for in-school adolescents in Ibadan, Nigeria” Ibadan Journal of the Social Sciences. Vol. 8(1).

 

Nwokocha, E.E. and Joel, J. 2011. “Demographic and psychosocial implications of forced eviction in Nigeria’s megacity: urban renewal or selective exclusion?” Ilorin Journal of Sociology. Vol. 3(2).

 

Nwokocha, E.E. 2012. “Widowers’ accounts of maternal mortality among women of low socioeconomic status in Nigeria”. African Journal of Reproductive Health. Vol. 16(3).

 

Onabanjo, O.D. and Nwokocha, E.E. 2012. “Dying along the ladder of stratification: A view of rural-urban dichotomy in malaria treatment among pregnant women in Ondo State”. Gender and Behaviour. vol. 10(2).

 

Nwokocha, E.E. and Taiwo, P. 2012. “Sexuality Education among Neglected Adolescents: the Case of Out-school Female House-helps”. International Journal of Sociology of the Family, 38(2).

 

Onabanjo, O.D. and Nwokocha, E.E. 2012. “Socio-cultural Correlates of Food Intake among Pregnant Women in Ijebu-East, Southern Nigeria”. Ilorin Journal of Sociology, 4(1).

 

Nwokocha, E.E. 2013. “The dynamics and dilemmas of the Niger Delta: a discourse on insecurity and demographic transition”. The Nigerian Journal of Sociology and Anthropology.11(1).

 

Nwokocha, E.E. 2013. “Implications of gender inequity for achieving the Millennium Development Goals by 2015: Is Nigeria really making progress?” The Nigerian Journal of Sociology and Anthropology.11(2).

 

Adeneye A.K., Jegede A.S., Mafe M.A. and Nwokocha E.E. 2013. “Community perceptions and home management of malaria in selected rural communities of Ogun State, Nigeria” International Journal of Malaria Research and Reviews. 1(3).

 

Nwokocha, E.E. and Ajaegbu, O. 2014. “Migrant-remittances and Socio-economic Development in Rural-eastern Nigeria: The Case of Isiekenesi Community, Imo State” Ife PsychologIA, 22(1).

 

Adeneye A.K., Jegede A.S., Mafe M.A. and Nwokocha E.E. 2014. “Awareness of antimalarial policy and use of artemisin-based combination therapy for malaria treatment in communities of two selected Local Government Areas of Ogun State, Nigeria”. World Health and Population, 15(1).

 

Nwokocha, E.E. 2014. Adherence to malaria treatment during pregnancy: Do availability and utilization of medical facilities translate to compliance?” Gender and Behaviour. 12(2).

 

Nwokocha, E.E. and Bakare, M.A. 2014. “Contraceptive knowledge, attitude and practices among Catholic and non-Catholic couples in Ibadan, Nigeria”. International Journal of Sociology of the Family, 40(1):97-111.

 

Ayobola, M.M. and Nwokocha, E.E. 2014. “Social Context of Healthcare Utilization among People with Mental Illness in Southwestern, Nigeria”.  The Nigerian Journal of Sociology and Anthropology,12(2):16-30.

 

Nwokocha, E.E. and Taiwo, P.A. 2014. “Health and socioeconomic implications of reliance on gasoline-generators for business activities in Ibadan, Nigeria”. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, 16(5):49-63.

 

Adeneye A.K., Jegede A.S., Nwokocha, E.E. and Mafe M.A.. 2014. “Perception and affordability of long lasting insecticide-treated nets among pregnant women and mothers of children under five years in Ogun State, Nigeria”. Journal of Infection and Public Health, 7(6):522-533.

 

Isiugo-Abanihe, U.C.; Olajide, R.; Nwokocha, E.E.; Fayehun, F.; Okunola, R.A.; and, Akingbade, R. 2015. Adolescent Sexuality and Life Skills Education in Nigeria: To What Extent have Out-of-School Adolescents Been Reached? African Journal of Reproductive Health, 19(1):101-111.

 

Nwokocha, E.E.; Isiugo-Abanihe, I; Omololu, F; Isiugo-Abanihe, U.C.; and Udegbe, B. 2015. Implementation of Family Life and HIV/AIDS Education in Nigerian Schools: A Qualitative Study on Scope, Delivery and Challenges. African Journal of Reproductive Health, 19(2): 63-78.

 

Udegbe, B.I.; Fayehun, F; Isiugo-Abanihe, U.C; Nwagwu, W; Isiugo-Abanihe, I. and    Nwokocha, E.E. 2015. Evaluation of the Implementation of Family Life and HIV Education Programme in Nigeria. African Journal of Reproductive Health, 19(2): 79-93.

 

Nwokocha, E.E. 2015. “The Onyima Custom among the Igbo of Nigeria: Rethinking High Fertility and Prospects for Change” International Journal of Sociology of the Family. 41(2):131-152.

Nwokocha, E.E. and Michael, T. 2015. “Factors Influencing Child Fostering Practices in Bayelsa State, Nigeria” The Nigerian Journal of Sociology and Anthropology, 13(2):40-55.

Nwokocha, E.E. 2016. “Socio-health and physical vulnerability of child labourers in farming communities of Southwest Nigeria”, South-South Journal of Culture and Development, 18(1):128-165. (April)

 

Nwokocha, E.E. 2016. “Out-migration prospects, Changing Values and Young People’s Increasing Disinterestedness in Cocoa Farming in Southwest Nigeria”. Ibadan Journal of Social Sciences, 14(1):108-118. (June)

 

Nwokocha, E.E. 2016. “Demystifying the fallacy of brain-drain in Nigeria’s development discourse: Engaging the Burden and the contradictions”. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, 18 (2):24-32. (June)

 

Nwokocha, E.E. and Obioma C. 2016. “Social and Cultural Factors Influencing      Immunization of Children in Rural Abia State, Nigeria” International Journal of Child, Youth and Family Studies, 7(3):404-422.

 

Garuba, S.A; Nwokocha, E.E; Iruaga, E. and Nyiakaa, S.S. 2016. “Socioeconomic Context of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Practices in Delta, Edo and Ekiti States, Nigeria” The Nigerian Journal of Sociology and Anthropology, 14(1):1-19.

 

Ajayi, A.I; Nwokocha, E.E; Akpan. W; Adeniyi, O.V. and Goon, D.T. 2016. “Tough Love: Socio-cultural explanations for Deadly Abortion Choices among Nigerian Undergraduate Students” African Journal for Physical Activity and Health Sciences, 22(3:1):711-724.

 

Ajayi, A.I; Nwokocha, E.E; Akpan. W. and Adeniyi, O.V. 2016. “Use of Non-Emergency Contraceptive Pills and Concoctions as Emergency Contraception among Nigerian University Students: Results of a Qualitative Study” BMC Public Health, 16:1046 DOI 10.1186/s12889-016-3707-4.

 

Seun-Addie, F.K. and Nwokocha, E.E. 2017. The Influence of Roll Back Malaria Program on Knowledge of Malaria among Pregnant Women in Ibadan, Nigeria, The Nigerian Journal of Sociology and Anthropology,15(1): 118-138.

 

Book

 

Onipede Wusu, Ezebunwa Nwokocha & Lorretta F. Ntoimo (eds.) (2015). Demographic Issues in Nigeria: Insights and Implications. United Kingdom: AuthorHouse. ISBN: 978-1-5049-4096-2 (sc.) ISBN: 978-1-5049-4095-5 (hc.) ISBN: 978-1-5049-4097-9 (e).

 

 

CONFERENCES, SEMINARS AND WORKSHOPS ATTENDED

 

Sub-Regional Conference on Gender and Poverty at Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria between 28 and 29 May 2003

 

Workshop on Planning and Writing Grant-oriented Research Proposal organized by the Post-graduate School, University of Ibadan, Nigeria. 17 – 18 July, 2003

 

Workshop on Development: Poor Women’s Perspective – 8th April 2004. Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife: Gender and Social Policy Studies.

 

International seminar on HIV/AIDS Prevention in Nigerian Communities: Strengthening Institutional Responses. University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria. December 8 – 11, 2004.

 

Participant at a 3-day Stakeholders workshop on Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) held in Minna, Niger State 2005.

 

Training course in Design, Management and Evaluation of Community-based HIV/AIDS programs organized by Global Health Action in Accra Ghana, 26 – 31 March 2007.

 

Participant at the Oyo State Strategic Plan Workshop on Prevention, Control and Mitigation of Impact of HIV/AIDS in Oyo State. May 3 – 4, 2007.

 

Participated in the follow-up training course in Design, Management and Evaluation of Community-based HIV/AIDS programs organized by Global Health Action in Accra Ghana, 12 – 16 November 2007.

 

Participated in the Berlin Roundtables on Migration into Cities: Patterns, Processes and Regulation held in Berlin Germany, October 25 – 27, 2007.

 

Participated at the 5th African Population Conference of the Union of African Population Studies (UAPS), held in Arusha Tanzania between 10 and 14 December 2007.

 

Conference on Four Decades of Sociology held at University of Ibadan, 16-17 October 2008. (Paper Read: Introducing Centriarchy to the sociological community).

 

Participated at the 26th International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP) conference held at Marrakech, Morocco, 27 September- 2 October 2009. (Paper Read: Between life and death: investigating pregnancy related mortality in a Niger Delta community).

 

Participated at the 8th International Conference on Urban Health (ICUH) held at Nairobi Kenya, October 18-23, 2009. (a) Paper Read: Health and social consequences of restrictive sexuality education on youth in Ibadan, Nigeria; (b) Paper Read: Engendering participatory strategies for overcoming water, sanitation and solid waste management challenges in Ibadan, Nigeria; and (c) Paper Read: Health and Socio-demographic Implications of Forced Eviction and Homelessness among Former Residents of Aiyetoro, Lagos, Nigeria.

 

Participated at the 2010 European Population Conference (EPC) in Vienna Austria, 1-4 September. (Paper Read: International migration and development in Nigeria: demystifying the fallacy of brain-drain).

 

Participated at the workshop on understanding the operations of the University of Ibadan postgraduate school, 26-27 January 2011 held at the University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria.

 

Participated at the workshop on research priorities in adolescent sexual and reproductive health held in Lagos, Nigeria, 28-29 January 2011. (Paper read: Adolescents´ socioeconomic and cultural vulnerability to HIV/AIDS and other STDs – research needs and priorities).

 

Participated at the Consortium for Advanced Research Training in Africa (CARTA)’s Faculty and Administrative Staff Training Workshop held in Nairobi Kenya, 9-11 March 2011.

 

Participated at the workshop on Mentoring and Succession Planning in Tertiary Institutions organised by Centre for Sustainable Development (CESDEV), University of Ibadan, June 28-30, 2011.

 

Participated at 16th Annual conference of the Nigerian Anthropological and Sociological Association (NASA) in Ilorin, Nigeria, 9-11 August 2011. (Paper Read: Bad governance and the imperatives of migration: the case of Igbos in Ibadan).

 

Participated at the 6th African Population Conference of the Union of African Population Studies (UAPS), held in Ouagadougou Burkina Faso, December 5-9, 2011. (a) Paper Read: Demographic and Psychosocial Implications of Forced Eviction in Nigeria’s Megacity: Urban Renewal or Exclusion?; (b) Paper Read: The Dynamics and Dilemmas of the Niger Delta: A Discourse on Insecurity and Demographic Transition; (c) Paper Read: Igbos in Ibadan, Nigeria: Migration, Integration and Challenges; (d) Paper Read: Adolescents’ Socioeconomic and Cultural Vulnerability to HIV/AIDS and Other STDs: Research Needs and Priorities.

 

Participated at the workshop organized by Ford Foundation in Lagos, Nigeria on Sexuality, Reproductive Health, and Rights: Measuring Outcomes and Progress. September 19, 2012.

 

Stakeholders’ workshop on Evaluating Sexuality and Life Skills Education among In-school and Out-of-school Adolescents in Nigeria organised by the Ibadan Social and Evaluation Research Team (ISERT) on January 16, 2013.

 

Participated at the 18th Nigerian Anthropological and Sociological Association Conference held at Covenant University, Ota, Nigeria, 4-7 November 2013.(a) Paper Read: Health and Socioeconomic Implications of Use of Gasoline Generators among Business Operators in Ibadan, Nigeria; (b). Paper Read: Healthcare Utilization among People with Mental Illness in Southwest, Nigeria; and (c) Paper Read: Internet Fraud among Undergraduate Students in Nigeria: The Case of University of Ibadan.

 

Participated at the 19th Nigerian Anthropological and Sociological Association Conference held at Lagos State University, Lagos, Nigeria, 3-7 November 2014. Paper Read: Social and Cultural Factors affecting Healthcare Utilization among People with Mental Illness in Southwest Nigeria. 

 

 

Participated at the Communications Strategies for Policy Change workshop organized by the Ford Foundation in Lagos, Nigeria, 25-29 January 2015.

 

Attended workshop on Global Youth Reproductive Health organized by the Population Foundation of India which held in New Delhi India, 9-11 April 2015.

 

Participated at the workshop on Urban Risk and Vulnerabilities organized by the Department of Environmental and Geographical Science, University of Cape Town, 19-23 April 2015.

 

 

Participated at the National Conference of the Nigerian Anthropological and Sociological Association Conference held at University of Lagos, Lagos Nigeria, 2-6 November 2015 (Paper Read: (a) Social and Cultural Factors Influencing      Childhood Immunization in Rural Abia State, Nigeria; (b) Factors Influencing Child Fostering Practices in Bayelsa State, Nigeria; and (c) Market Environment and Health Behaviour of Traders at Sabo Ile-Ife, Nigeria).

 

Participated as Co-Investigator, WHO/WHARC/FMoH workshop for a study on Assessing the impact of an intervention to improve the quality of emergency obstetric care and maternal and perinatal outcomes in Nigeria, 20-21st January 2015.

 

Participated at the workshop on Urban Risk and Vulnerabilities funded by the UK’s Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) and Department for International Development (DfID), which held in Lilongwe and Mzuzu University Luwinga, Malawi, from 1-6th February 2016.

 

 

MONITORING AND EVALUATION EXPERIENCE

Short course on Development Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation held in Cape Town   South Africa between 16 – 20 August, 2004.

 

Monitoring and Evaluation Workshop on Sexuality Education in Lagos State, Nigeria. November 29 – 30, 2004. Sponsored by the Ford Foundation and the John D. and T. MacArthur Foundation.

 

Follow-up workshop on Monitoring and Evaluation on Sexuality Education in Abuja Nigeria, May 16 – 18, 2005. Sponsored by the John D. and T. MacArthur Foundation.

 

Monitoring and Evaluation Associate, Centre for Population Activities and Education for Development. Designed and implemented M&E protocols for CEPAED projects.

 

Monitoring and Evaluation/Scaling up Workshop organised by MacArthur Foundation which held in London between 22 and 26 August, 2005.

 

Facilitator: Monitoring and Evaluation training workshop for Inspectors of Education in Enugu State – 24 and 25 February 2006.

External Monitor for the Nigerian Population Census (April – May 2006) for UNDP, European Union and ECORYS Netherlands.

 

Developmental Supervision Course held in Cape Town South Africa between July 31 and August 4, 2006.

 

External Monitor and Evaluator for GHARF, CCRHS, YARAC and GPI (all non-governmental organizations) on Family Life and HIV/AIDS Education – on going.

 

Train the Trainers Monitoring and Evaluation Workshop which held in Ibadan, October 22 – November 2, 2007. Sponsored by MacArthur Foundation, the programme was anchored by the Department of Sociology, University of Ibadan and was facilitated by the Philliber Research Associates, New York.

 

International Monitor for the 5th Sudan Population and Housing Census conducted between April and May 2008; engaged as the United Nations Monitor for the Central region that comprised four states.

 

Resource Person: Monitoring and Evaluation training workshop organized by Sociology Department with support from MacArthur Foundation which held in Ibadan, November 24 – December 5, 2008.

 

Participant at the Partnership for Transforming Health Systems (PATHS2) workshop on Monitoring and Evaluation framework held in Kaduna, Nigeria, 11 -12 December 2009.

 

Facilitator: Monitoring and Evaluation for University of Ibadan Gender Mainstreaming Programme. Workshop for peer-educators held at Ibadan, 5th-6th August 2011.

 

External Monitor and Evaluator for Ford Foundation on the Implementation of Sexuality and Life Skills Education among In-school and Out-of-school Adolescents in Nigeria, January 2012-July 2013.

 

Participated as Co-Investigator, WHO/WHARC/FMoH workshop for a study on Assessing the impact of an intervention to improve the quality of emergency obstetric care and maternal and perinatal outcomes in Nigeria, 20-21st January 2015.

 

Principal Investigators, Mid-term Evaluation, Feed the Future Nigeria Livelihoods Project, implemented by the Catholic Relief Services, 25 August–24 October 2016.