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Dr. Veronica, Akwenabuaye Undelikwo

LECTURER I
Sociology
vundelikwo@unical.edu.ng

Dr (Mrs) Undelikwo, Veronica Akwenabuaye is a Lecturer I in the Department of Sociology, University of Calabar. She graduated from the Department of Sociology, University of Calabar in 2000 with second class (Hons) upper division. She had her MSC and PhD with specialization in Demography from the same department in 2005 and 2010 respectively. Her research interest is in the area of fertility and family planning, gender and reproductive health,drug demand reduction etc.
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3. World Environment Day Conference. Organized by Geography and Environmental Science Department, University of Calabar, Calabar.
The conference focused on connecting people to nature. Paper Presented: Youth education for Sustainable Development in Nigeria.
Start: Thursday 1st June, 2017
End: Thursday 1st June, 2017
2. 17th Annual Africa Conference on Rupturing Colonial Legacies: Colonialisms and Decolonizations in Africa and the African Diaspora. Held at the University of Texas in Austin, United States of America.
The conference emphasized the urgent need for Africa and the African Diaspora to consciously work towards rupturing the colonial legacies that have made it impossible for Africa to find its voice and assert its place in the matrix of global political economy.Papers Presented: (1). Reproductive Health Issues in Disaster Management: A Reflection on the Impact of Disaster on Women and Girls’ Health in Nigeria. (2). Rural Level Impact of China Free- Aid Water Project in Nigeria
Start: Friday 31st March, 2017
End: Sunday 2nd April, 2017
1. International Conference on Population and Census-taking, Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) and Policy Challenges. Held at the Centre for Population Studies, Abia State University, Uturu.
The conference examined the issues of census-taking and its relation to internally displaced persons and the policy challenges. Paper Presented: Population Policy and Emergent Issues in Nigeria.
Start: Tuesday 18th October, 2016
End: Saturday 22nd October, 2016
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