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Dr. Hilda Chai

Agric. Extension & Rural Sociology

Dr. Hilda C. Eta is a lecturer in the Department of Agricultural Extension and Rural Sociology, Faculty of Agriculture, Forestry and Wildlife Resources Management, University of Calabar, Calabar. She had her B.Sc and M.Sc in the University of Ibadan, in the Department of Agronomy and Agricultural Extension and Rural Development respectively. She later had her Ph.D in the University of Calabar, Calabar in the Department of Agricultural Economics and Extension, now Agricultural Extension and Rural Sociology. Her research focus is in Environmental Extension and general issues in Agricultural Extension and Rural Development.

Eta, H.C. and Angba, A.O (2017): Climate Change Adaptation in Yam and Cassava Production, Cross River State, Nigeria: The Role of Higher Educational Institutions. pp 275-289 in Leal.Filho W. (ed.).Climate Change Research at Universities: Addressing the Mitigation and Adaptation Challenges.Springer International Publishing, Printforce, Netherlands.ISBN: 978-3-319-58213-9

Tijani-Eniola H, Nwagwu F.A., Mungong H.C (2000): Influence of Tillage and Cover Crops on weed control in Cocoyam Field in Ibadan, South Western Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Weed Science, Vol. 13, Pp 39-44.

Odebode, S.O. and Mungong, C.H. (2001). Poverty Alleviation Strategies of Rural Households in Mezam Division, North-West Province, Cameroon. Moor Journal of Agricultural Research, Vol. 2.No.2:179-185 (Nigeria)

Angba, A.O., Eta H.C. and Elem E.E. (2010): Research-Extension-Farmers Linkage sources in Northern Cross River State Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Rural Sociology Vol.II, No 2

Idiku, F.O., Abang, S.O., Angba, A.O., Ndifon, H.M., Eta H.C. and Elem, E. (2011): Bridging the Global Digital Divide for Poverty Reduction and Sustainable Socio-economic Development in the Third World. International Journal of Development Studies 3(2): 66-77.

Angba, A.O., Eta, H.C. and Angba, C.W. (2017). Knowledge Sharing and Learning Mechanisms for Climate Change Adaptation among Key Stakeholders of Yam and Cassava Production in Cross River State, Nigeria submitted to the International Journal of Art and Sciences, USA

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21st Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria (AESON) annual conference.
Repositioning Agricultural Extension for Sustainable Agricultural Development and National Economic Regeneration, held the Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry, University Ibadan, Oyo State Nigeria.
Start: Sunday 17th April, 2016
End: Wednesday 20th April, 2016
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