Ojua, T. A.; Chiemezie, A.; Igwe, I., Obekezie, D. S. and Ugwu, C. (2014). Socio-Cultural Implications of Exclusive Bio-Paternity System on the Health of Women of Owukpa Community in Benue State, Nigeria. Journal of Arts and Humanities (JAH), 3(7)70-77.
Ojua, T. A., Obeten, M., and Chiemezie, A. (2014). Rural Development Initiatives and the Activities of Non-governmental Organisation (NGOs): Implication for Social Work Intervention. IOSR Journal of Agriculture and Veterinary Science, 7(7): 14-19.
Ojua, T. A., Oru, T. T. and Chiemezie, A. (2014). Ethno-Historical Analysis of the effects of Migration on African Family system. Canadian Social Science. Peer Review Journal, 10(3): 43 – 49, DOI:http//dx.doi.org/103968/4521.
Ojua, T. A. (2013). Child Rights Protection and Sustainable Social Development Programme in Contemporary Nigeria: A Sociological Overview. Modern Social Science Journal, 2(2): 179-193.
Ojua, T. A., Audu, D. T., Plang, J. P. and Anzaku, E. D. I. (2013). The impact of communal and thrift societies on Rural Development: A Study of Biakwan Community, Boki Local Government Area of Cross River State, Nigeria. European Scientific Journal, 9(35): 60-72.
Ojua, T. A., Patrick O. B. and David G. I.(2013). Theoretical overview and socio-cultural implications of urban dwellers patronage of trado-medical homes and services in Nigerian urban centres. International Journal of Development and Sustainability, 2(1):183-193.
Ojua, T. A.,Ishor, D. G., and Ndom, P.J.(2013). African Cultural Practices and Health Implications for Nigeria Rural Development. International Review of Management and Business Research, 2(1): 176-183.
Ojua, T. A. and Omono, C. (2012). African Sacrificial Ceremonies and Issues in Socio-Cultural Development. British Journal of Arts and Social Sciences, 4(1): 26-34.
Ojua, T. A., Tangban, E. E., Abia, R. P. and Bisong, P. O. (2012). Environmental conservation and the Development of Cultural Tourism. Scottish Journal of Arts, Social Sciences and Scientific Studies, 4(1): 92-106.
Ojua, T. A., Etuk, G. R. and Godfrey, G. O. (2012). Youth restiveness, Dialogue and Mutual understanding in society Development: A Theoretical Analysis. British Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 3(2): 57-65.
Bassey, A. O., Charles, J. O. and Ojua, T. A. (2014). Christian Prosperity Doctrine and Entrepreneurial Development of Nigeria: A Study of selected Churches in Calabar, Nigeria. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, 5(9): 564-572.
Bassey, A. O., Ojua, T. A. and Oru, T. T. (2014). Analysis of the Implications of Religious Teachings and Practices on spending Pattern, Consumption and Business Success in Nigeria Industrial Development. European Journal of Business and Social Sciences, 2(11): 114-126.
Audu, T. D., Ojua, T. A., Ishor, D. G. and Abari, C. A. (2013). Inequality and Class Difference in Access to Healthcare in Nigeria. Research on Humanities and Social Sciences, 3(16): 45-51.
Bassey, A. O., Ojua, T. A., Archibong, E. P. and Bassey, U. A. (2012). Impact of Inter-Union Conflict on Industrial Harmony: A study of Tertiary Health Institutions in Cross River State. International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 2(5): 292-296.
Etuk, G. R., Ojua, T. A. and Iyam, U. I. (2013). Marital Violence and Employed Women’s contribution to sustainable Development. IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 11(5): 52-56.
Bassey, A. O., Ojua, T. A., Ering, S. O., Omono, C. E. and Bassey, U. A. (2012). Socio-Economic Impact of Financial Institution Crisis: An Analysis of Nigerian Stock Exchange Market. E-International Scientific Journal, 4(2): 80-88.
Bassey, A. O., Ojua, T. A. and Ering, S. O. (2012). The Impact of Protestant Religion on Industrial Development in Nigeria: A study of Protestants in Calabar. African Journal of Social Sciences, 2(3): 156-165.
Chiemezie, A., E. E. Anugwom, and Ojua, T. A. (2014). Issues in Population Management in Nigerian Development. Asian Journal of Humanities and Social Studies, 2(2): 298-305.
Bassey, A. O., Abia, R. P. and Ojua, T. A. (2013). The Role of Management Education in building the Management Capacity of Medical Directors of Hospitals in Nigeria as Line Chief Executives. Research Journal of Science and IT Management, 2(3): 44-49.
Agba, A. M., Ogaboh, Festus, N., Ojua, T. A. and Archibong, E. P. (2010). Sociological Analysis of Marital Stress and Women Effectiveness in Grassroots socio-economic Transformation in Nigeria. Global Journal of Human Social Sciences (GJHSS), 10(2): 38-45.
Bassey, A. O, Ojua, T. A., Archibong, E. P. and Bassey, U. A. (2012). Gender and Occupation in Traditional African setting: A study of Ikot Effanga Mkpa Community, Nigeria. American International Journal of Contemporary Research, 2(3): 238-245.
Bassey, A. O., Ojua, T. A., Bassey, Umoh and Ottong, J. G. (2012). Conflicts between line and Staff employee and the achievement of organizational goal and objectives: A study of University of Calabar Teaching Hospital (UCTH). International Journal of Business and Social Science, 3(6): 116-121.
Ajodo-Adebanjoko, A. and Ojua, T. A. (2013). An Assessment of the Niger-Delta Crisis and Nigeria’s External Relations - From 1992-2008. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 3(8):179-192.
Ojua, T.A., Bassey, A. O. and Attah, F. M. (2011). Socio-Economic Empowerment of Widows in African Rural Societies. International Journal of Humanities, 3(4):41-51.
Ojua, T. A. (2010). Africa and the Trend of Ethnic Conflicts, Crisis/Violent Activities: A Theoretical Analysis. Nigerian Journal of Social Work, 12:44-67.
Ojua, T. A. (2010). Sociological Assessment of Poverty and its alleviation Process in Nigeria. Ilorin Journal of Business and Social Sciences (IJBSS), 14(1): 208-217.
Ojua, T. A. (2002). Harmful Socio-Cultural Practices on Mother-Child Development in Nigeria, Journal of Women Studies and Research, 1(1,2):112–117.
Ojua, T. A. (2002). Wealth Creation in Subsistence Societies: An Ethnographic and Anthropological Perspective, African Journal of Social and Policy Studies, 2(1,2):1–7.
Ojua, T. A. (2000). Creativity and Nigeria Technology: Credit and Pottery Industry, lkhvccxin African Journal of Social and Policy Studies, 1(2): 242–246.
Asu-Ojua, G. O. and Ojua, T. A. (2010). Cost Benefit analysis Rationale for using the price system in determining Educational services in Nigeria: A theoretical approach, EVP Journal of Education and the Social Sciences, 2(2): 60–63.
Etuk, G. R., Ojua, T. A. and Iyam, U. I. (2010). Socioeconomic Issues and Challenges in Male Child Preference, International Journal of Development Studies, 5(2): 1–4.
Bassey, A. O., Ojua, T. A. and Attah, F. M. (2012). Wealth Creation and Socio-Religious Affiliation: A Study of Entrepreneurial Success between Protestants and Catholics in Calabar, Nigeria. Journal of Social Science and Public Policy, 4: 18-23.
Bassey, U. A., Bassey, A. O., Ojua, T. A. and Ottong, J. G. (2011). Impact of Training and Retraining on Teachers’ Productivity: An Empirical Analysis of Public Schools in Calabar South, Nigeria. Journal of Education and Leadership Development, 3: 75-84.
Afangideh, A. I., Abia, R. P., Ojua, T. A. and Archibong, E. P. (2011). Theoretical Overview of Disease Epidemiology and Diffusion at Global Level. International Journal of Social Sciences, 7(2): 126–130.
Agba, A. M., Bassey, A. O. and Ojua, T. A. (2010). Decentralization of Procurement efficient, resources utilization, productivity and its empirical relevance in public sector organization. The Leajon: An Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, 2(1): 25-41.
Agom, D. I.; Ajah, E. A.; and Ojua, T. A.; (2010). Discriminant Analysis of Factors that Distinguish Between Users and Non-Users of Micro-Credit in Agriculture. Journal of Agriculture, Biotechnology and Ecology, 3(1): 66-74.
Audu, D. T., Ojua T.A., Carole Edem and Aernyi, R. I. (2013). Infertility and Gender Difference in Reaction among Couples and Family and Community Treatment: A Study of Patients Attending N.K.S.T. Hospital Mkar in Benue State, Nigeria. European Scientific Journal, 9(32): 93-106.
Igwe,I., Ojua,T.A., Atama,C.,Ugwu,C.and Obekezie,D.S.(2014). Health Workers Attitude/Behavioural Influence on Women Access to Primary Health Care Services in Orumba North lga, Anambra State, Nigeria. Archives of Business Research, 2(4): DOI:10.14738/abr.24.270.
Ojua, T.A.; Tiku, O. T.; and Agbor, R. A. (2014). Micro - finance operations and socio-economic development of Nigeria rural communities. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, 5(23): 742-748.
Ojua, T. A., Lukpata, F. E. and Atama C. (2014). Exploring the Neglect of African Family Value Systems and its Effects on Sustainable Development. American Journal of Human Ecology (AJHE) 3(3): 43-50: DOI: 10.11634/216796221403585.
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|Curbing the roadblocks to Child Education in Nigeria|
2003: National Conference on Child Welfare: Curbing the roadblocks to Child Education in Nigeria. Paper presented: “Inequality, instability, abuse and neglect Between Nigerian children and Adults”, by New Creation Educational Foundation in collaboration with Federal Ministry of Education.
|Start: Friday 11th April, 2003|
End: Sunday 13th April, 2003
|Participatory Budgeting, Gender Analysis and Gender Responsive Budgeting|
A four-day workshop on Participatory Budgeting, Gender Analysis and Gender Responsive Budgeting by BTAN/CIDA at the Local Government Council, Calabar Municipality
|Start: Monday 16th November, 2009|
End: Wednesday 18th November, 2009
|Sustainability and Community Development in Nigeria|
A two-day Conference/Induction training organized by the Institute of Development Administration of Nigeria. Theme: “Sustainability and Community Development in Nigeria”, at Port Harcourt.
|Start: Saturday 7th July, 2007|
End: Monday 9th July, 2007
International day of the elderly celebration, theme: LONGIVITY. Venue: Conference hall, Ministry of social welfare and comm.. Dev. Hope waddle Avenue, Calabar.
|Start: Tuesday 2nd October, 2012|
End: Tuesday 2nd October, 2012
|Quality Teaching For Learning in Higher Education.|
Two Day Capacity Building Workshop for Academic Staff by the University of Calabar Centre for Teaching and Learning Experience (CTLE) on: Quality Teaching For Learning in Higher Education. Venue: Unical International Conference Centre.
|Start: Tuesday 12th February, 2013|
End: Wednesday 13th February, 2013
|A two-day Conference on Community Mobilization and Leadership Training|
A two-day Conference on Community Mobilization and Leadership Training For Leaders of Border Communities Organized by Association of Peaceful Living in Nigeria, Biakwan-Boki LGA.
|Start: Tuesday 18th July, 2006|
End: Thursday 20th July, 2006
|Conference on Advocacy and Mobilization meeting for Community Leaders|
2004: Conference on Advocacy and Mobilization meeting for Community Leaders, Councillors, Religious Leaders etc. in Boki Communities, Boki L.G.A. (Duala – Arongba and Kayang Communities), by the Cross River State Government in collaboration with UNICEF, Paper presented: “Community Development: Contemporary Issues and Implication for Community Based Social Development Programme”. PAPER (II):“The concerns and implications of participatory Monitoring and valuation in Community Development”.
|Start: Wednesday 7th July, 2004|
End: Saturday 10th July, 2004
|STRENGTHENING THE SOCIAL WELFARE WORKFORCE IN NIGERIA. |
A two-day Stakeholders Workshop/Report presentation and Consideration on Social Workforce/Development. Theme: STRENGTHENING THE SOCIAL WELFARE WORKFORCE IN NIGERIA. Organizers: UNICEF/USAID Presentation of research findings on part A of the consultancy research report; Held at Airport Hotel, Ikeja Lagos – Nigeria.
|Start: Wednesday 2nd November, 2011|
End: Friday 4th November, 2011
|A five-day Conference Organized by New Creation Educational Foundation In collaboration with the Akwa Ibom State Government.|
A five-day Conference Organized by New Creation Educational Foundation In collaboration with the Akwa Ibom State Government. Paper presented: “Solving Reading Problems in Nigeria: Phonological Issues and Problems in Reading Skills”.
|Start: Monday 10th October, 2005|
End: Friday 14th October, 2005
|Child protection and Case Management for Social workers and Social Development Experts. |
A 5 Day Seminar/workshop training on: Child protection and Case Management for Social workers and Social Development Experts. Sponsors. Ministry of Women Affairs C.R.S. and UNICEF.
|Start: Monday 19th June, 2017|
End: Monday 26th June, 2017
| BUILDING CAPACITY FOR PRACTICING SOCIAL WORKERS IN CROSS RIVER STATE. |
Social work conference organized by Cross River State Ministry of Social Welfare and Community Development. Theme: BUILDING CAPACITY FOR PRACTICING SOCIAL WORKERS IN CROSS RIVER STATE. Paper presented: The Role of Social Workers in Sustainable Development. Venue: Conference Hall, Ministry of social welfare
|Start: Thursday 27th February, 2014|
End: Thursday 27th February, 2014
|Advocacy Workshop for Heads of Families and Community Leaders in ISHIE Community|
Advocacy Workshop for Heads of Families and Community Leaders in ISHIE Community on: Mobilization, Water Hygiene, Safety water supply and usage, at Ikot Ishie Town hall.
|Start: Sunday 16th November, 2008|
End: Sunday 16th November, 2008
|Enhancing Community Action for good Governance in Cross River State,|
A two-day workshop organized by BTAN/CIDA project under the Canadian Fund or Local initiatives titled: Enhancing Community Action for good Governance in Cross River State, held at the Local Government Council Hall, Calabar Municipality.
|Start: Friday 12th March, 2010|
End: Saturday 13th March, 2010
|Workshop on Educational Therapy for Disabled Children|
Workshop on Educational Therapy for Disabled Children, Organized for Parents and Children in South – Western Zone – Nigeria,
|Start: Sunday 14th March, 1999|
End: Tuesday 16th March, 1999
|Probing Learning Difficulties in Child Education|
Workshop on National Education Summit for Primary and Secondary Education in Nigeria: Theme: Probing Learning Difficulties in Child Education: Paper presented: “Methods and Techniques of Parents/Teachers coping with Children with Difficulties”.
|Start: Tuesday 2nd November, 2004|
End: Friday 5th November, 2004
| Fostering Organizational Excellence|
A two-day mandatory continuing Professional Education Programme (MCPEP) Conference on: Fostering Organizational Excellence by the Nigerian Institute of Management (Chartered), held at the conference centre, CRS Library Complex Calabar.
|Start: Tuesday 22nd June, 2010|
End: Wednesday 23rd June, 2010
|ENHANCING DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES/RESOURCES IN BOKI – CROSS RIVER STATE.|
2nd Boki Development Conference: Theme: ENHANCING DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES/RESOURCES IN BOKI – CROSS RIVER STATE. Venue: The Mirage Hotel off MCC Road, Calabar. Paper presented: Creating cultural value systems and ethnic unity for development in Cross River State.
|Start: Sunday 13th April, 2014|
End: Sunday 13th April, 2014
|Conflict Resolutions in Africa: Anthropological Dimensions.|
International Conference of the Pan African Anthropological Association Annual (PAAA). Theme: Conflict Resolutions in Africa: Anthropological Dimensions. held in Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka, Anambra State-Nigeria. Paper presented: Traditional methods of conflict resolution and processes.
|Start: Tuesday 9th August, 2016|
End: Thursday 11th August, 2016
|Assessment and Analysis on Orphans and Vulnerable Children|
An International workshop on the 2008 situation Assessment and Analysis on Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) in Nigeria, by the Ministry of Women and Social Development, Abuja.
|Start: Thursday 4th December, 2008|
End: Saturday 6th December, 2008
|Conference on Developing National Reading Culture for Teachers, Educational Administrators, Heads of Schools|
Conference on Developing National Reading Culture for Teachers, Educational Administrators, Heads of Schools, etc. Paper presented: “Socio-cultural Factors Impeding Effective Reading in Nigeria”. Organized by the New Creation Educational Foundation In collaboration with the Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.
|Start: Tuesday 22nd February, 2005|
End: Friday 25th February, 2005
|A workshop for Principals and vice Principals of Secondary schools in South-South Nigeria. |
A workshop for Principals and vice Principals of Secondary schools in South-South Nigeria. Organizers: Niger Delta Development commission (NDDC). Paper Presented: Curbing Examination Malpractices through enforcing discipline and accountability in the Secondary School System. Venue: Ibom Conference Hall, Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria.
|Start: Thursday 12th July, 2012|
End: Friday 13th July, 2012
|International Social Work Day Celebration of Social Work Practice|
International Social Work Day Celebration of Social Work Practice, held at The Social Development Secretariat, Abuja.
|Start: Wednesday 30th April, 2008|
End: Wednesday 30th April, 2008
|Social Work Education: Shaping the Learning and Teaching Experience.|
International Social Work Educators Conference: Theme: Social Work Education: Shaping the Learning and Teaching Experience. University of Ibadan International Conference centre.
|Start: Wednesday 9th November, 2011|
End: Sunday 13th November, 2011
|SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CRISES: SOCIAL WORK SOLUTION.|
World Social Work Day: Theme: SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CRISES: SOCIAL WORK SOLUTION. Paper presented: The need for stronger indigenous social practice in Social Work. Venue: International Conference Center, University of Calabar, March 18th – 19th 2014.
|Start: Tuesday 18th March, 2014|
End: Wednesday 19th March, 2014
| LEAVING NO ONE BEHIND: PROMOTING SOCIETY FOR ALL AGES.ORGANIZER|
Paper presentation titled: Creating a responsible society and building the social bridges for development as social workers. International Day of Older Persons: Theme: LEAVING NO ONE BEHIND: PROMOTING SOCIETY FOR ALL AGES.ORGANIZER: Ministry of Social Welfare and Community Development, Cross River State; Held at the conference hall.
|Start: Thursday 2nd October, 2014|
End: Thursday 2nd October, 2014
| International day against corruption|
One day Conference on the International day against corruption organized by EFCC in conjunction with ANCOR for South-South Zone – Nigeria, held at the State Library Complex, Calabar.
|Start: Wednesday 9th December, 2009|
End: Wednesday 9th December, 2009
| Social and Human Sciences: 60 years of post Coloniality.|
The Pan African Anthropological Association Annual (PAAA) Conference, Bamenda, Cameroon. Theme: Social and Human Sciences: 60 years of post Coloniality. Paper presented: Expensive Burial practices and African Socio-cultural and economic development: the Boki Experience. Venue: Catholic University of Cameroon (CATUC).
|Start: Wednesday 6th August, 2014|
End: Saturday 9th August, 2014
|A one-day National workshop on compendium of Localities in Nigeria|
A one-day National workshop on compendium of Localities in Nigeria by National Population Commission: South-South Geo-Political Zone. Held at the Mini Theatre Complex, Cultural Centre, Calabar.
|Start: Thursday 4th February, 2010|
End: Thursday 4th February, 2010
|International Conference for Academic Disciplines|
International Conference for Academic Disciplines by International journal of Arts and Sciences, Farm Drive, Cumberland 55 Rhode Island USA. Paper presented: Ethnolinguistic, Cultural Identity and Empowerment in Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria. Venue: FIAP Jean Monnet, 30 rue Cabanis, 75014 Paris, France.
|Start: Monday 10th April, 2017|
End: Thursday 13th April, 2017
|A Conference for Peace Building during Old Netim Students Week in Ikot Netim Community-Akamkpa L.G.A. |
A Conference for Peace Building during Old Netim Students Week in Ikot Netim Community-Akamkpa L.G.A. Cross River State. Paper presented: Education and Youth empowerment.
|Start: Saturday 9th July, 2011|
End: Saturday 9th July, 2011
|A 5 day workshop on the Finalization of the State Youth Policy Document for Cross River State|
A 5 day workshop on the Finalization of the State Youth Policy Document for Cross River State. Venue: The Pyramid Hotel conference room, Calabar.
|Start: Monday 30th June, 2014|
End: Friday 4th July, 2014
| The Impact of Migration on the Family the World over|
Seminar/Workshop paper presented at the Ministry of Social Welfare and Community Development on the International Family Day. PAPER TITLE: The Impact of Migration on the Family the World over
|Start: Wednesday 26th May, 2010|
End: Wednesday 26th May, 2010
|A five-day Conference/workshop on: Curriculum Development for establishment of Social Work Department, University of Benin.|
A five-day Conference/workshop on: Curriculum Development for establishment of Social Work Department, University of Benin. Organizers/Sponsors: Nigeria Association of Social Work Educators in collaboration with York University, Canada.
|Start: Friday 6th May, 2011|
End: Monday 9th May, 2011
|SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE IN A DIVERSE SOCIETY: MEETING THE CHALLENGES OF CONTEMPORARY NIGERIA.|
Annual national conference of the Nigeria Association of social workers (NASWE) Theme: SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE IN A DIVERSE SOCIETY: MEETING THE CHALLENGES OF CONTEMPORARY NIGERIA. Paper presented: Responding to the needs of the Aged in Nigeria: A Social Work Approach. University of Benin Conference Centre, Edo state.
|Start: Wednesday 13th March, 2013|
End: Saturday 16th March, 2013
|Educating for Social Change Roundtable|
A two-day International workshop on Educating for Social Change Roundtable: (Re) Visioning Social Work Education in Nigeria for the 21st Century, held at Benin City, Edo State. Organized by Social work in Nigeria – Project (SWIN-P), in collaboration with York University and the Canadian International Development Agency.
|Start: Tuesday 7th July, 2009|
End: Wednesday 8th July, 2009
|Workshop on Enhancing the Status of Children with Learning Failure|
Workshop on Enhancing the Status of Children with Learning Failure: Paper: “Educational Therapy for teaching Children with Reading and Writing difficulties: A Sociological viewpoint”.
|Start: Thursday 23rd March, 2000|
End: Sunday 26th March, 2000
|A 2 Day Bachelor in Social Work Benchmark Curriculum Development/Review Workshop for accreditation in Nigerian Universities. |
A 2 Day Bachelor in Social Work Benchmark Curriculum Development/Review Workshop for accreditation in Nigerian Universities. Sponsors: TWINNING SUPPORT and Nigeria University Commission (NUC). Venue: Hotel, Abuja-FCT.
|Start: Monday 12th June, 2017|
End: Wednesday 14th June, 2017
|Annual Scientific conference and Research Methodology Workshop.|
Annual Scientific conference and Research Methodology Workshop. Organizers: Department of Psychology, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. Paper presented: Research Imperativeness and the Problem of Africa Socio-Economic Development: Venue: PALG Hall, University of Nigeria Nsukka.
|Start: Friday 25th July, 2014|
End: Sunday 27th July, 2014
|Child Protection System: Children benefitting from a child protection systems at National and State levels.|
Two day Unicef/Fed. Ministry of women affairs organized National Conference on: Child Protection System: Children benefitting from a child protection systems at National and State levels. Ekiti Hall, FCT Abuja.
|Start: Thursday 12th July, 2012|
End: Saturday 14th July, 2012
|Helping Children with Reading Difficulties|
International Special Education Workshop on “Helping Children with Reading Difficulties”, Kwali Hall, Sheraton Hotel, Abuja.
|Start: Saturday 10th March, 2001|
End: Thursday 15th March, 2001
|The Impact of Monitoring and Evaluation in Sustainable Development. |
Two day Conference by the Institute of Development Administration of Nigeria. Theme: The Impact of Monitoring and Evaluation in Sustainable Development, at Abuja Sheraton Hotel and Towers.
|Start: Friday 2nd November, 2007|
End: Saturday 3rd November, 2007
|New Vision, New Hope and New Challenges by Federal Road Safety Commission|
A one-day Annual sectoral workshop titled: New Vision, New Hope and New Challenges by Federal Road Safety Commission, Special Marshal and Partnership Department, RS 6.2 CRS Sector Command, at the Mini Theatre, Cultural Centre Complex, Calabar.
|Start: Friday 5th June, 2009|
End: Friday 5th June, 2009
|Community Mobilization of water supply, usage/hygiene and sanitation|
Annual Workshop on Community Mobilization of water supply, usage/hygiene and sanitation to Akim Family heads and leaders of communities held at the conference hall, Palace of the Ndidem of the Quas.
|Start: Sunday 13th December, 2009|
End: Sunday 13th December, 2009