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Dr. HELEN AKPAMA ANDONG

Lecturer II
Continuing Education/Developmental Studies
helenachiever26@unical.edu.ng

Presbyterian Primary School (Agoi Ibami) 1976 1980 FSLC Govt. TTC Ikot Ansa, Calabar 1985 1987 TC II Federal College of Education Obudu 1989 1992 NCE University of Calabar, Calabar, 2000 2012 B.Ed/ M.Ed/ Ph.D

Andong, H. A., Ekuri, K. A. and Mkpa, I. O. (2014). Vocational training and women empowerment in central senatorial zone, Cross River State. International Journal of continuing education and development studies (IJCEDS). 2(2), 120-128.


Akpama, S. I. and Andong, H. A. (2008). Vocational training and women empowerment opportunities in central senatorial zone, Cross River State; Adult education in Nigeria. Journal of the Nigerian national council for adult education (NNCA). 16288-2005.


Ekuri, K. A. and Andong, H. A. (2014). Agricultural and entrepreneurial development programmes as determinant of peace building in delta state, Nigeria. International Journal of continuing education and development studies, (IJCEDS) 2(3), 62-68.

Wonah, D. E. and Andong, H. A. (2016). Public private partnership in the Nigeria electricity provision: challenges and the way forward. Education for today. Journal of faculty of Education University of Calabar, 12(1), 219-222.

Itari, P. E. Besong, C. U. and Andong, H. A. (2016). Mass communication media as determinants of utilization of development information in rural communities of south-south, Nigeria. International Journal of continuing education and development studies (IJCEDS), 3(1) 69-79.

Mkpa, I. E. and Andong, H. A. (2016). Involvement of women associations in HIV/AIDs eradication activities for improved participation in community development projects in southern senatorial district, Cross River State. International Journal of continuing education and development studies (IJCEDS), 3(1), 183-186.

Beshel, C. A., and Andong, H. A. and Auquo, G. B. (2017). Reducing poverty: the imperative of cooperative societies education for today. Journal of faculty of Education University of Calabar, 13(1), 27-38.

Tajudeen, A, Akpama, S. I. Andong, H. A. and Ojisi, P. A. (2006). Adult and Non-formal Education as a tool for conflict Transformation in Nigeria. Adult and Non-formal education in Nigeria: Emerging issues. Papers from the NNCAE Annual Conference. November 27 – December 1, 2005. 286–2999.
No Results for Research Works done

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Adult Education (NNCAE), University of Ibadan
Annual conference of the Nigerian National Council of Adult Education (NNCAE), University of Ibadan Nov. 27 – December 1, 2005. Paper Presented: Adult and Non-formal Education as a tool for conflict transformation in Nigeria.
Start: Sunday 27th November, 2005
End: Thursday 1st December, 2005
World Conference of Adult Education
World Conference of Adult Education. Held at University of Ibadan, Ibadan, 8th – 12th August, 2016. Paper Presented: Stakeholders Budgetary Allocation: A veritable tool to reposition Adult Education for Global Impacts: Paper presented at the world conference of Adult Education at the University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria 8 – 12th August, 2016.
Start: Monday 8th August, 2016
End: Friday 12th August, 2016
The 6th University of Calabar Faculty of Education Conference on Sustainable. Development Goals: The educationist perspectives
The 6th University of Calabar Faculty of Education Conference on Sustainable Development Goals: The educationist perspectives held on 6th – 9th September, 2016 at International Conference Centre, University of Calabar, Calabar.
Start: Tuesday 6th September, 2016
End: Friday 9th September, 2016
5th University of Calabar Faculty of Education conference on knowledge integration for National Development
5th University of Calabar Faculty of Education conference on knowledge integration for National Development held on 1st – 5th September, 2015 at New Senate Chambers, University of Calabar, Calabar.
Start: Tuesday 1st September, 2015
End: Saturday 5th September, 2015
No Results for Grants/Awards Received