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Name

Dr. Chris-Valentine Ogar Eneji

Department

Environmental Education

Designation

Lecturer I

Email

[email protected]


About Dr. Chris-Valentine Ogar Eneji

Eneji, Chris-Valentine Ogar (PhD) was born on the 2nd of April, 1975, Eneji, attended Cross River State College of Education, where he obtained NCE in Environmental Education/Geography (1997-2000), University of Calabar, Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Education, specializing in Forestry and Wildlife Resources Management, 2004 and M.Ed in Environmental Education (2016). He proceeded to China Agricultural University, Beijing, People’s Republic of China, for an M.Sc. Rural Development and Management Studies (2010), Modibbo Adama University of Technology, (Former Federal University of Technology, Yola) for a PhD, Rural Development with specialty in Gender and Environmental Resources Management (2015) and University of Management and Communication, Potsdam, Germany (2008), for a Professional Masters in Sustainability and Environmental Management. He has published well over a hundred articles in learned peer reviewed international journals. Eneji got appointed into the services of the University of Calabar on the 16th of April, 2013 in the Department of Curriculum and Teaching as an Assistant Lecturer, but currently he is a Lecturer I in the Department of Environmental Education in the University of Calabar. Eneji has supervised well over fifty students to his credit. Dr Eneji is a member, of the following proffesional associations White Ribbon Alliance for Safe Motherhood International/Nigeria, Network on Water Sanitation and Hygiene in Nigeria, (WASH Project), Civil Society Network on HIV/AIDS in Nigeria, NGO Coalition on Environment in Nigeria, Budget Transparency and Accountability Network, Demand For Good Governance Network, International Institute of Environmental Managements, Potsdam, Germany, International member, Idea Wild International, USA. and International Institute for Gender and Development, Beijing, China amongst others. Eneji is happily married to Mrs Joyce Eneji and they are blessed with four children.


S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
NCE (Environmental Education/ Geography)Cross River State College of Education Akamkpa19972000
B. Ed. Environmental EducationUniversity of Calabar, Calabar, Nigeria20022005
M. Ed. Environmental EducationUniversity of Calabar, Nigeria20072016
M. Sc. Rural DevelopmentChina Agricultural University, Beijing, China20082010
Professional Master’s in Sustainability and Environmental ManagementUniversity of Management and Communication, Potsdam, Germany20082008
Ph.D (Rural Dev/ Environmental Resources Management)Modibbo Adama University of Technology, Formerly, Federal University of Technology, Yola, Nigeria20092015

S/N Publication
Ntamu, G.U., Eneji, C.V.O., Asor, L.J., & Ochiche, C. (2017). Ethno-Religious Pluralism and Sustainable National Development: The Nigerian experience. Review of Social Sciences, 2(4), 01-07.
Eneji, C.V.O., Onnoghen, N. U., & Akpo, D. M. (2017). Teaching Environmental Education to Adult Learners Using the Phi Delta Kappan Model in the Rural Communities Of Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Continuing Education and Development Studies, 3(1), 80-88.
Eneji, C-V.O., Beshel, C. A., Onnoghen, N. U., & Okpachui, A.A. (2017). Academic Research as Nexus for National Development and Global Competitiveness: University of Calabar Experience. The Researcher: A Journal of Contemporary Educational Research, 1(1), 21-50.
Eneji, C.V.O., Akpo, D.M., & Edung, A. E. (2017). Historical Groundwork’s of Environmental Education (Fundamentals and Foundation of Environmental Education). International Journal of Continuing Education and Development Studies, 3(1), 110-123.
Eneji, CV. O., Ekpo, C.G. Williams, J.J. & Isa, A.M. (2017). A Review of Global Warming/Climate Change, Causes, Effects and Mitigations. The Environmental Studies: 1(1); 37-58
Eneji, C.V.O. (2017). Introduction to Environmental Education: Historical Groundwork and Foundation of Environmental Education. Calabar, Ushie Printers
Eneji, J.E.O., Eneji, C.V.O., Ngoka, V.N., & Tangban, E. A. (2016). Analysis of some Socio-Demographic Factors Influencing Choices of Infant Feeding Options among HIV positive mothers in Cross River State, Nigeria. SCIREA Journal of Agriculture, 1(2), 248-267.
Eneji, C.V.O., Eneji, J.E.O., Ngoka, V.N., & Abang, M. (2016). Attitude towards Waste Management and Disposal Methods and the Health Status of Cross River State, Nigeria. SCIREA Journal of Agriculture, 1(2), 231-247.
Eneji, C.V. O., Eneji, J. E. O., Asuquo, I., & Ubom, B.A.E. (2016). Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) in Community Disease Control in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Environmental Science and Toxicology Research, 3(9), 173-181.
Eneji, C.V.O., Akpo, D.M., Eyo, E.O. & Onnoghen, N.U. (2016).Harnessing Ecotourism Potentials for the Socioeconomic Development and Livelihoods Improvement of the people of Bekwarra Local Government Area of Cross River State, Nigeria. The International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities Invention 3(11), 2943-2952 ; DOI: 10.18535/ijsshi/v3i11.4
Eneji, J.E.O., Eneji, C.V.O., Ngoka, V.N., & Mgbekem, M. A. (2016). Maternal and infant factors as determinants of infant feeding options among HIV positive mothers in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Medical Science and Clinical Invention, 3(12), 2411-2423.
Eneji, J.E.O., Asuquo, I., Ngoka, V.N., & Eneji, C.V.O. (2016). Health System Factors as Correlates of Infant Feeding Options among HIV Positive Mothers in Ogoja Local Government Area of Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Medical Science and Clinical Invention, 3(12), 2401-2410.
Eneji, C. V. O., Ogar, D. A., Mubi, A. M., & Husain, M. A. (2015). Gender Participation in Forest Resources Exploitation and Rural Development of the Forest Communities in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 1(5), 157-168.
Eneji C. V. O., Mubi, A. M., Husain, M. A., & Ogar, D. A. (2015). Factors Influencing Gender Participation in Forest Resources Management in the Cross River National Park Enclave Communities, Nigeria. Journal of Environment Protection and Sustainable Development, 1(5), 234-244.
Eneji C.V.O, Asuquo,I.E. Acha, J.O., Ochiche, C.A. & Eneji, J.E.O. (2015). Implementing the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Project in Cross River State Using the Participatory Development Planning Approach. Expert Opinion on Environmental Biology; 4(4), 1-6 http://dx.doi.org/10.4172/2325-9655.1000124
Eneji, C.V.O., Asuquo, I., Ray, H.H., Eneji, J.E.O. & Ekpo, C. G. (2015). The Socio-Ecological and Health Implication of Meeting the Challenges of Food Insecurity in the 21st Century in the Agrarian Society of Cross River State, Nigeria. Humanities and Social Sciences Letters, 2015, 3(1), 25-36
Eneji, C.V.O. (2015). Introduction to Comparative Education:A Text and a Reader. Calabar, Ushie Printing and Publishing Company
Eneji, C. V. O., Mubi, A. M., Husain, M. A., & Ogar, D. A. (2015). Factors Influencing Gender Participation in Forest Resources Management in the Cross River National Park Enclave Communities, Nigeria. Journal of Environment Protection and Sustainable Developmen, 1(5), 234-244.
Eneji, C. V. O., Ogar, D. A., Mubi, A. M. & Husain, M. A. (2015). Gender Participation in Forest Resources Exploitation and Rural Development of the Forest Communities in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Environmental Planning and Management; 1(5), 157-168.
Monity, F.M., Udumo, B.O., Asuquo, I., & Eneji, C.V.O. (2015). School Environment and School Type as Correlates of Secondary School Students’ Disciplinary Behavior in Akamkpa Local Government Area of Cross River State, Nigeria. Annals of Modern Education, 7(1), 39-52.
Monity, F.M., Asuquo, I., Achigbe, M.O., & Eneji, C.V.O. (2015). Influence of Principals’ Leadership Style and Teachers’ Attitude to Work on Discipline among Secondary School Students in Akamkpa, Nigeria. Annals of Modern Education, 7(1), 56-65.
Ntamu, G.U., Abia, O.T., Edinyang, S.D., & Eneji, C.V.O. (2014). Religion in Nigerian Political Space: Implication for Sustainable National Development. International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences; 4(9); 301–318.
Eneji, C.V.O., Ogar, D.A. Essien, C.K. & Bullem, A.G. (2014). An Assessment of Deforestation Rates in Bekwarra Local Government Area of Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Environment, 03(02), 28-37
Eneji, C.V.O. (2014). A Handbook on Environmental Impact Assessment, Monitoring and Evaluation, Potsdam. UMC, FH Publishing house, Germany.
Eneji, C.V.O., Obim, E., & Udumo, B.O. (2014). Microcredit Facilities and the Challenges of Meeting the Millennium Development Goals for Sustainable Rural Development in Nigeria. Journal of Research in Economics and International Finance, 3(3), 72-78.
Eneji, C.V.O., Obim, E., Eneji, J.E.O., Ellah, T.O., & Ushie, A. (2014). Civil Societies/Non-Governmental Organizations as Catalysts for the Attainment of the Millennium Development Goals in Nigeria. International Journal of Management Sciences, 1(11), 427-435.
Eneji, C.V.O., Obim, E., Otu, J.E., & Ogli, S.O. (2014). Non-Governmental Organization’s Agricultural Micro Credit Facilities and Farmer’s household Income in Benue State, Nigeria. International Journal of Management Sciences, 1(10), 376-385.
Eneji, C.V.O., Obim, E., & Udomo, B.O. (2014). Microcredit Facilities and the Challenges of Meeting the Millennium Development Goals for Sustainable Rural Development in Nigeria. Journal or Research in Economics and International Finance (JREIF), 3(3), 72-78.
Ntamu, G. U., Abia, O. T., Edinyang, S. D., & Eneji, C.V.O. (2014). Religion in Nigerian Political Space: Implication for Sustainable National Development. International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences, 4(9), 301-318.
Ntamu, G.U., Abia, O.T., Edinyang, S.D., & Eneji, C.V.O. (2014). Religion in Nigerian Political Space: Implication for Sustainable National Development. International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences, 4(9), 301-318.
Omang, T.A., YongGong, L., Eneji,M.A., & Eneji, C.V.O. (2013). Cash cropping as an effective strategy for rural poverty reduction in Nigeria: the case of cocoa farming in Etung, Cross River State. Journal of Agriculture, Biotechnology and Ecology, 5(3), 83-93
Anijahobi-Idem, F., Eneji, C.V.O., Ubom-Bassey, A.E., Dunnamah, A.Y. & William, J.J. (2013). Environmental education for public awareness: The role of educational administrators and planners. International Journal of Sociology and Anthropology, 5(1), 12-17.
Edinyang, S.D., Eneji, C.V.O., Abdulgafar, T.O. & Dunnamah, A.Y. (2013). Environmental and Social Studies Education: A collaborative approach towards building an environmentally friendly society; Educational Research, 4(3), 222-226,
Anijah-Obi, F., Eneji, C.V.O., Ubom-Bassey, A. E, Dunnamah, A.Y. & William, J.J, (2013). Introducing Environmental Sanitation Education in the Primary School Curriculum, Educational Research, 4(3), 227-230
Eneji, V.C.O, Ogar, D.A., Omoogun, C.A., Ojikpong, C.E., Dunnamah, A.Y. & Ekpo, C.G. (2013). Interactions of Market Horticultural Productivity on Climate and Weather Variations in the Northern Senatorial District of Cross River State, Nigeria. Environment and Natural Resources Research, 3(3), 1-9,
Anijah-Obi, F, Eneji, C.V.O. & Ubom-Bassey A.E. (2013). Environmental education for public awareness: The role of educational administrators and planners. International Journal of Sociology and Anthropology, 5(1), 12-17,
Eneji, C.V.O., Ubom-Bassey, A.E., Eneji, J.E.O., Obogo, G.O., & Dunnamah, A.Y. (2013).Influence of family types and parent’s socioeconomic status on school dropout among female students in the Old Ogoja Zone of Cross River, Nigeria: Global Advanced Research Journal of Arts and Humanities, 2(1), 007-013.
Ntamu, G. U., Eneji, C.V. O., Omang, T. A., & Edinyang, S. D, (2013). Religion! A Curse or a Blessing for National integration and Development in Nigeria: Boko Haram in Perspective. Journal of Sociological Research, 4(1), 364-377.
Ntamu, G.U., Eneji, C.V.O., Edinyang, S.D., & Omang, T.A. (2013). Religion! A curse or Blessing for National Integration and Development in Nigeria: Boko Haram in Perspective, Journal of Sociological Research, 4(1), 364-377
Eneji, C.V.O., Ntamu, G.U., Unwanade, C.C., Godwin, A.B., Bassey, J.E., Williams, J.J & Joseph, I.G. (2012). Traditional African Religion in Natural Resources Conservation and Management in Cross River State, Nigeria. Environment and Natural Resources Research, Canadian center of science research, 2(4), 45-53,
Eneji, C.V.O, Ntamu, G.U, Ajor, J.O, Ben, C.B., Bassey, J.E & Williams, J.J. (2012). Ethical Basis of African Traditional Religion and Socio-cultural Practices in Natural Resources Conservation and Management in Cross River State, Nigeria, Journal of Research in Peace, Gender and Development, 2(2), 034-043
Mubi, A.M., Barde, M.M. & Eneji, C.V.O. (2012). Challenges to Biodiversity Conservation in Nigeria’s Largest National Protected Area: Gashaka-Gumti., Journal of Agriculture, Biotechnology & Ecology, 5(2), 142-159,
Edet, P.B., Eneji, C.V.O., Ekefre, E., Eneji, J.E.O., Unwanade, C.C., & Bassey, J.E. (2012). Female genital mutilation as violence against women among the Kayoro Region of Ghana. Journal of Research in Peace, Gender and Development, 2(10), 214-225.
Omang, T.A., Yonggong L., Eneji, M.A., & Eneji, C.V.O., (2012).Profitability of Cocoa Production in Etung Local Government Area of Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Agriculture, Biotechnology and Ecology,
Eneji, V.C.O., Ben, C.B., Headboy P., Okongor-Eno O., Zemba A.A., Mubi M.A., & Oko P.E. (2011). Ecological Implication of Market Gardening in the Old Ogoja Zone of Nigeria. International Journal of Physical Sciences, 6(22), 5309-5316
Ben, C.B., Eni, L.I. & Eneji, C.V.O. (2011). Perception of Utilitarian Values of Agrobiodiversity by Rural Farmers in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. African Journal of Agricultural Research, 6(32), 6622-6634
Ushie, M.A., Eneji, C.V.O., Nsemo, A.D., Osonwa, K.O., & Enang, E.E. (2011). Gender Roles and Fertility Behavior among Calabar and Oban Communities in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Sociology and Anthropology, 3(5), 153-158.
Bassey, J.E., Obim, R.E., Otu, B.D., Petters, S.W., & Eneji, C.V.O. (2010). The Roles of Non Governmental Organization in Rural Transformation in Odukpani Local Government Area, Nigeria: Annals of Humanities and Development Studies, 1(1), 101-115.
Iheanacho, S.B.C., Bassey E., & Eneji, C.V.O. (2010). Knowledge of Organizational Behavior and Enhancement of Corporate Performance in Nigeria. LWATI, A Journal of Contemporary Research, 7(4), 248-263.
Eneji, C.V.O., Eneji, J.E.O., Egbe, C.A., Ajake, A.O, Mgbekem, M.A., Eni, D.D, Oko, P.E. & Okongor-Eno, O. (2010). Urban Infrastructural Development, Environmental Decay and Human Health. Journal of Agriculture, Biotechnology and Ecology, 3(3),114-126
Iheanacho, S.B.C., Eneji, J.E.O., Undeshi, V.A., Okongor-Eno, O., Okpiliya, F.I. & Eneji, C.V.O. (2010). Perception of environmental pollution effects on health of urban dwellers in Calabar Municipality, Nigeria. Journal of Agriculture, Biotechnology and Ecology, 3(1), 162-168
Egbe, C.A., Ambo, M., Ajake, A.O., Emanghe, E., & Eneji, C.V.O. (2010). Impacts of Conservation Activities of Non Governmental Organization on Sustainable tourism and Economic Growth in Cross River State, Nigeria. Annals of Humanities and Development Studies, 1(1), 73-84.
Makundi, J.J., Xiaoyun, L., Kitundu, A.J., Eneji, R.I., Omang, T.A., & Eneji, C.V.O. (2010). Socioeconomic Constraint to Implementation of Land Management Interventions: The Case Study of Tanga Region, Tanzania, Annals of Humanities and Development Studies, 1(1), 383-391.
Camara, M., Yali, W., Eneji, C.V.O., Hong, W., ShangHai, W., & Diakite, M. (2010). Impact assessment of agriculture and livestock on food security in Guinea. Journal of Agriculture, Biotechnology and Ecology, 3(3), 9-26.
Iheanacho, S.B.C., Okpachui, O.J., Eneji, J.E.O., Undeshi, V.A., Mgbekem, M.A., Okongor-Eno, O., & Eneji, C.V.O. (2010). Managing Primary Health Care in the South-South Geo-Political Zone of Nigeria. LWATI, A Journal of Contemporary Research, 7(3), 248-263.
Bassey, J.E., Osang, W.O., Otu, B.D., Arikpo, A., Eneji, C.V.O., & Omang, J.D. (2010). Relationship between Government Policies and Participation of Rural Dwellers in Community Development Programs in Boki Local Government Area of Cross River State, Nigeria. Annals of Humanities and Development Studies, 1(1), 249-256.
Ushie, M.A., Eneji, C.V.O, Ugal, D.B., Anyaocha, O., Ushie, B.A., & Bassey, J.E. (2010). Violence Against Women and their Reproductive Health Among African Women: The Case of Bette Women of Obudu in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Sociology and Anthropology, 3(2), 70-76.
Eneji, C.V.O., Gubo, Q., Okpliya, F.I., Aniah, E.J., Eni, D.D. & Afangide, D. (2009). Problems of Public Participation in Biodiversity Conservation: The Nigerian Scenario. Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal. Journal of the International Association for Impact Assessment, 27(4), 308-308.
Eneji, C.V.O., Gubo, Q., Umoren, G., Omoogun, A.C., Oden, S.N., Enu, D.B. & Edet,P.B. (2009). Socio-Economic Impacts of the Cross River National Park, Nigeria. Journal of Agriculture, Biotechnology and Ecology, 2(1), 57-68
Eneji, C.V.O., Gubo, Q., Xiaoying, J., Oden, S.N.& Okpliya, F.I. (2009). A review of the Dynamics of Forest Resources Valuation and Community Livelihoods: Issues, Arguments and Concern. Journal of Agriculture, Biotechnology and Ecology, 2(2), 201-231
Eneji, C.V.O., Eneji, J.E.O., Undeshi, V.A., Bisong, C.A., Emanghe, E., Bassey, J.E., & Etokobe, I.J. (2009). The Nigerian National Policy on Education and Structures: Matters Arising. Annals of Modern Education, 1(1), 100-112.
Otu, B.D., Petters, S.W., Bassey, J.E., Arikpo, A., & Eneji, C.V.O., (2009). Factors Influencing Examination Malpractice in Secondary Schools in Cross River State, Nigeria. Annals of Modern Education, 1(1), 148-154.
Ushie, M.A., Abia, A., Osonwa, K.O, Ugal, D.B., Ushie, D.B., Mgbekem, M.A., & Eneji, C.V.O. (2009). Reproductive Decisions between Gender and Fertility Preferences among Urban Dwellers: The Case of Bette, Nigeria. Annals of Humanities and Development Studies, 1(1), 329-334.
Okpliya, F.I., Eneji, C.V.O. & Abanyam, V.A. (2008). Farming Activities and Land Degradation in the Savannah Ecozone of Northern Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Agriculture, Biotechnology and Ecology, 1(1), 45-52.
Edet, P.B., Uwe, E. A., Bisong, N.N., & Eneji, C.V.O. (2008). Leisure Inhibition Among Workers in Nigeria: A Case Study in Cross River State, Implication for Counseling. Ghana Journal of Education and Teaching, 1(5), 93-101.

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Eneji, V.C.O, Okpliya, F.E., Akintoye, O., & Eneji, J.E.O. (2008). Association of Nigerian Geographers (ANG) 50th Conference. Issues And Aberration On Women Education for Gender Equality and Attainment of The MDGs in Nigeria; Department of Geography2008-08-252008-08-28
Eneji, C.V.O. (2017). 7th Annual Conference, Quality Education, Technology and Economic Development, Faculty of Education University of Calabar, Calabar, 22nd -25th October, 2017.Academic Research as Nexus for National Development and Global Competitiveness: University of Calabar Experience (Book of Abstract Page 72, Abstract No 93).2017-10-222017-10-25