Agric. Extension & Rural Sociology
Akpabio, A.,Okon, D. P.,Angba, A. O.,Aboh,C. L. (2007). Avian influenza scare and Poultry egg production in Uyo Urban, Nigeria. International Journal of Poultry Science. Vol. 6(4) 296-301.
Abstracted and indexed in http:ijps.ansinet.Net.
Akpabio,I. A. Ekanem, J. T.,Okon, D. P.,AngbaA. O. and Aboh,C. L. (2007).Stakeholders perception of extension needs of fish marketers in AkwaIbom State, Nigeria. Journal of Fisheries International Vol. 2(4) 295-297.
Abstracted/indexed in http:www.medwellonline.net.google
Akpabio, I.A, AbohC.(2007). Factors affecting Women NGOs success with local women groups in AkwaIbom State, Nigeria. Journal of International Social Research. Vol. 1(1) 20-30.
Abstracted/indexed in http:web.b.ebscohost.com.google
ABOH,C. L. and Akpabio,I. A. (2008).Gender and analysis of common agroforestry practices in AkwaIbom State, Nigeria.Agricultural Journal Vol. 3(3) 185-189.
Abstracted/indexed in http://www.medwellonline.net.google scholar.
Aboh, C. L. (2007).Contribution of Rural women to vegetable production in Omoku area of Niger Delta Nigeria.Journal of Agriculture and Social Research (JASR) Vol. 7 (2) 89- 94.Abstracted/indexed in www.ajol.info/journal/jasr.
Angba,A. O.,Adesope,O. M. and Aboh,C. L. (2009).Effect of socio-economic characteristics of rural youths on their attitude towards participation in community development projects.International NGO Journal Vol. 4(8) 348-351.
Abstracted/indexed in www.academicjournals.org/ingoj.google scholar.
Aboh, C. L. and Angba,A. O. (2007).Attitudes of farmers towards extension activities of the Cross River State Agricultural Development Programme Nigeria. Global Approaches to Extension practice (GAEP), Vol. 3(2) 78 – 83.Abstracted/indexed in www.ajol.infol/journal/jasr.
Adesope,O. M.,Ifeanyi-Obi, C. C. and Aboh,C. L. (2011). Socio-economic factors affecting rural households Consumption expenditure on mobile phone service. Journal of Nature Science and sustainable Technology Vol. 5(3) 201-208.
Abstracted/indexed in www.novapublisher.com, google
Friday,I. O.,Ele,I. I. Aboh, C.L, Angba, A. O. and JimmylB. (2014).Poverty profile of farm households in Cross River State. Nigeria. Journal of South Pacific Agriculture.Vol. 17(1 and 2) 68 -76.
Ogar,I. F.,Aboh C. L., Oyidu, E. W.and Amadi, C.C.(2015). Child poverty and inequalities; evidence from selected developing countries of east Asia and the Pacific. Journal of South Pacific Agriculture. Vol. 18(2) 63-72.
Aboh,C. L. and Onabe,M. B.(2007). Extent of involvement of participants in poverty eradication programme in Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Agriculture and Social Research (JASR). Vol. 7 No. 2 106 – 111. Abstracted/indexed in www.ajd.info/journal/jasr.
Angba, A. O., Aboh,C. L. and Joe,E. D. (2000).Meat preference and consumption of farm families in EsitEket Local Government Area of AkwaIbom State, Nigeria, Nigeria Southeast Journal of Agricultural Economics and Extension. Vol. 2 (1 and 2) 42 – 49.
Aboh,C. L.,Ogbonna,K. I. and Ndifon,H. (2007). Communication outreach strategies utilized by Agricultural Development Programme, Nigeria. Journal of Technology and Education in Nigeria (JOTEN), Vol. 12(1) 17 – 22.Abstracted/indexed in www.ajol.info/journal/joten
Angba, A. O. Aboh,C. L. and Kalu,O.(2006).Role of agricultural extension in increasing cassava production in Abia State, Nigeria.Nigerian Southeast Journal of Agricultural Economics and Extension, Vol. 7 (1 and 2). 31 – 43.
Okwusi, M. C. and Aboh,C. L. (2007).Gender participation in Agricultural Production Activities in Owerri Agricultural zone of Imo State, Nigeria.Journal of Technology and Education in Nigeria (JOTEN), Vol. 12 (1) 17 -22.Abstracted/indexed in www.ajol.info/journal/joten.
Aboh,C. L. (2008). Assessment of the frequency of ICT tools usage by Agricultural Extension Agents in Imo State, Nigeria. Journal of Agriculture and Social Research (JASR) Vol. 8 (2) 152-162.Abstracted/indexed in www.ajol.infol/journals/jasr.
Ndifon, H. M. Ofem,N. I. Aboh,C. L. and Inyang,N. N. (2008). Socioeconomic analysis of the marketing of Gnetumafricanum (Afang) and Bush Meat in Ikom Local Government Area of Cross River State.Global Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences Vol. 14 (2) 153 -150.Abstracted/indexed on ajol (uk) http://www.inaspri.info/ajolAbstracts (USA) CAB Abstracts (USA) Zoological Record (USA), African Geology (France).
Angba, A. O., Adesope, O. M. Aboh, C. L. Ifeanyi-Obi, C. C. and Nwakwasi, R. (2010). Rural Households perception and preference for selected improved Musa species in Nigeria Delta Area of Nigeria. Journal for Applied Research (JFAR), Vol. 2 (1) 6 – 9.Abstracted/indexed on www.ajol.info/journal/jasi.
Nwaogwu, O. N., Ulebor, J. U., Agumagu. A. C. and Aboh, C. L. (2010). Promoting urban agriculture for sustainable poverty alleviation in Nigeria: Issues for appropriate extension policy.Journal of Agriculture and social research (JASR) Vol. 10 (2).Abstracted/indexed on www.ajol.info/journals/jasi.
Aboh, C. L. and Effiong,J. B. (2012).Causes and implication of the slow pace of technology transfer and adoption in rural agriculture. Global Approaches to extension practice (GAEP) Vol. 8 (1) 56 – 63.Abstracted/indexed on www.ajol.info/journals/gaep.
Aboh, C. L. and Ekpo, E. I. (2012).Effect of extension communication on Farmers’ adoption of sustainable agriculture technologies.Agricultural Economics and Extension Research Studies (Ageers) Vol. 1(2).Abstracted and indexed in www.ajol.info/journals/ageers.
Eremi, E.O., Aboh,C.L.Ph.D,Bisong, T.L.and Ogar, M. A. (2016).Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and Agricultural Extension Service Delivery in Cross River State.A Socio-Economic Analysis African.Journal of Vocational Education. Vol. 6 (1) 1 – 8.
Aboh, C. L.and Eremi, E.O.(2016). Socio-economic Determinants of Adoption of Organic Farming Practices by Vegetable Farmers in Calabar Agricultural Zone, Cross River State, Nigeria. African Journal of Vocational Education. Vol. 6(1) 15-25.
Aboh, C. L.,Eremi, E. O., Ebe, M. A. and Bassey, S. U. (2016). Determinant of faith-based organizations’ involvement in rural community development: Evidence from Cross River State. African Journal of Vocational Education (AJOVED) Vol. 6(2), 1 – 8.
Aboh, C. l., Amadi, N. S., Nwachukwu, E. and Akoma, C. N. (2015).Extent of information and communication technology usuage among agriculture undergraduates.Journal of Applied Research (JFAR), Vol. 1(1), 70 – 74. Abstracted and indexed on www.ajol.info/journals/jfar.
Aboh, C. L., Adesope, O. M., Uranta, D. and Wigwe, C. L. (2015). Resources accessed by rural farmers in the Fadama 111 project in Bayelsa State, Nigeria. Journal of Agriculture and Social Research, Vol. 15(1) 1 – 11. Abstracted and indexed on www.ajol.info/journals/jasr.
Ajayi, F. O., Aboh, C. L., Singer, O. and Adesope, O. M. (2015).Indigenous poultry production among rural households in Ogba/Egbema/Ndoni Local government Area, River State, Nigeria.Journal of Agriculture and Social Research, Vol. 15(1), 19 – 27.Abstracted and indexed on www.ajol.info/journals/jasr.
Elemi, G. F., Aboh, C. L.,Ndifon, H. M. Eremi, E. O. and Undiadeye, U. C. (2014). Women Farmers’ agricultural needs and accessibility in Akamkpa Local Government Area of Cross River State, Nigeria.
Showing All Conferences Attended
|International Journal of Arts and Sciences (IJAS) international conferences for technology and science Harvard University Boston, Massachusetts, USA. |
Adoption of Organic farming practices by Vegetable farmers in Calabar Agricultural Zone, Cross River State, Nigeria.
|Start: Tuesday 26th May, 2015|
End: Saturday 30th May, 2015
|Annual Conference of the Agricultural society of Nigeria, University of Calabar, Calabar.|
Agricultural Technology Transfer systems and the challenges of food security in Nigeria.
|Start: Tuesday 16th December, 2003|
End: Saturday 20th December, 2003
|International Journal of Arts and Science (IJAS) Conference for academic disciplines, University of Nevada, Las Vegas USA.|
Effect of Extension communication on Farmers’ knowledge of sustainable Telferia technologies in Calabar South Local Government Area, Cross River, Nigeria.
|Start: Monday 18th March, 2013|
End: Friday 22nd March, 2013