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Dr. Enang Ebingha Erena






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About Dr. Enang Ebingha Erena

Dr. Enang Ebingha Erena holds a degree in Sociology(UNN, 1991-1996), degree in Sociology/Demography(UI, Ibadan, 1999-2000) and a ph.D degree in Demography/population Studies(UNICAL, 2001-2007). He is currently a lecturer in University of Calabar, Calabar, Nigeria(1998- Tilldate). He has professional Membership certificates with: Nigeria sociological and Antropological Association(NSASA, 2013), Population Association Of Nigeria( PAN, 2014). A member European Centre for Research Training and Development(2015). And also a member of international centre for Executive Security Training(ICEST) and Director of Certificate Programe. He was a consultant to cross river state government on local Economic Empowerment Development Strategy (LEEDS) for Obubra local government Area.(2011). He is a recipient of grants for ; Economic Survey of five (5) Gully Erosion sites at Nyangasang, Ikot Anwatim, Edim otop and Atakpa communities. A world bank assisted project (2011). and World bank sponsored cross river state community and social development project outcome study of micro- project in cross river state. He has publications both in local and international journals.He has successfully supervised four Ph. D candidates and five M. Sc candidates. He is happily married with children.

S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
FSLCPrimary School Onyadama, Onyadama19731979
O/A LevelsFederal School of Arts and Science, Ogoja19861989
B.ScUniversity of Nigeria, Nsukka19911996
M.Sc.University of Ibadan19992000
Ph.DUniversity of Calabar20012007

S/N Publication
Foreign Papers (i) Archibong, Esther P., Enang, Ebingha E. and Bassey, Glory E. (2017) Witchcraft Beliefs in Diseases Causation And Health-Seeking Behaviour in Pregnancy of Women in Calabar South-Nigeria. In: IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences. Vol. 22, Issue 6, Vol. 4. June 2017. Pp. 24-28(ii) Ebingha Erena Enang, Esther Patrick A. and Archibong, Sharon-Rose J. (2015). Family Variables and Health of Women of Reproductive Age in University of Calabar Teaching Hospital in Cross River State Nigeria. In Global Journal of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. Vol. 3. No. 10 Index in EBSCO, google Scholar, Copernicus. ISBN 2055-6369 (iii) Enang, Ebignha E.; Archibong Esther (2014) Early Breastfeeding and Maternal and Child Health in Rural Communities of Cross River State, Nigeria. In: Asian Academic Research Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities. Vol. 1, Issue 25 July, pp. 124-133. Indexed in Scopus. ISSN 2278-859x (Google scholar)(iv) Enang, Ebingha E. (2014) HIV/AIDS Social Marketing and Behavioural Change among Youths in Obubra Local Government Area of Cross River State, Nigeria. In: Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, Vol. 3, No. 4, pp. 115-118. Indexed in DOAJ; EBSCO; Copernicus International. (Google scholar)(v) Esther, Patrick Archibong; Ebingha Erena Enang and Iquo Okon Mkpa (2014) Impact of Early Marriage on Girl-Child Education: A Study of Calabar South Local Government of Cross River State, Nigeria. In: Scottish Journal of Arts, Social Sciences and Scientific Studies. Vol. 22, Issue 1 September. Pp. 32-42. Indexed in Google Scholar. ISSN 2047-1278(vi) Enang, Ebingha Erena (2013) Growth in Farming Population and Land Depletion and Deforestation in Rural Communities of Cross River State: The Case of Obubra Local Government Area, Nigeria. In: Journal of Educational and Social Research. Vol. 3, No. 2, pp. 231-236. Indexed in EBSCO; Copernicus International; Scirus; Ulrichs web. ISSN 2240-0524 (Google scholar)(vii) Enang, Ebingha Erena (2013) Population and Communal Land Conflicts Nexus in Rural Communities of Nigeria: The Case of Obubra Local Government Area of Cross River State, Nigeria. In: Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences. Vol. 4, No. 2, pp. 587-592. Indexed in IBSS; Copernicus International; DOAJ; EBSCO; Open J. Gate. ISSN 2039-2177 (Google scholar)(viii) Michael Anake Ushie; Ebingha Erena Enang; Christiana Aloye Ushie (2013) Implications of Sex Preference for Population Growth and Maternal Health in Obudu and Obanliku, Cross River State, Nigeria. In: Academic Research International, Vol. 4, No. 3, pp. 492-501. Indexed in Copernicus; Ulrichs. ISSN-L: 2223-9553 (Google scholar)(ix) Enang, Ebingha E. and Ushie, Michael (2012) ‘‘Culture and Policy Implementation: An Appraisal of Population Policy in Nigeria’’ In International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 2(17), pp. 226-229, USA. Indexed in DOAL, EBSCOHOST, Copernicus International, ISI, Ulrich’s and Journal Seek Net. ISSN 2221-0989 (Google scholar)(x) Simon Odey Ering; Grace Reuben Etuk; Ebingha Erena Enang and Omono, Cletus Ekok (2012) Facilitating Rural Transformation through Community Driven Development Approach: An Empirical Analysis of Community and Social Development Project (CSDP) in Cross River State, Nigeria. In: International Research Journal of Humanities, Vol. 4, No. 2, pp 2-19. (Google scholar)(xi) Abia, Raphael Pius; Ering, Simon; Enang, Ebingha Erena (2012) Mobile Telecommunication and HIV Nexus in Nigeria: The Case of Cross River and Akwa Ibom States, Nigeria. In: Global Journal of Human Social Science Sociology, Economics and Political Science. Vol. 12, Issue 13 version 1.0 pp. 1-6 USA. Indexed in Open Association of Research Society United Kingdom, Scopus. ISSN 2249-460X (Google scholar)(xii) Anim, O. Ajake and Enang, E. E. (2012) ‘‘Demographic and Socio-Economic Attributes affecting Forest Ecosystem Exploitation and Management in the Rural Communities of Cross River State, Nigeria’’ In: American International Journal of Contemporary Research 2(1), pp. 174-184, USA. Published by Centre for Promoting Ideas. Indexed in Cabell’s Directories, Ulrich’s Periodicals Directory, EBSCO Index, Copernicus. (Google scholar)(xiii) M. A. Ushie; C. V. O. Eneji; A. D. Nsemo; K. O. Osonwa and Enang, E. E. (2011) Gender role and fertility behaviour among Calabar and Oban Communities in Cross River State, Nigeria. In: International Journal of Sociology and Anthropology. Vol. 1, No. 5 May, pp. 153-158. Indexed in Google Scholar. ISSN: 2006-998x (ONLINE)LOCAL JOURNAL PAPERS(i) Enang, Ebingha E. and Veronica Undelikwo (2016). Demographic Change and Youth Employment in Nigeria. In: International Journal of Continuing Education and Development Studies. Vol. 3, No. 1 Pp. 24-32(ii) Ebingha Enang E. and Joseph Samuel Eni (2015). Population Control and National Development. In Multi-Disciplinary Journal of Research and Development Perspectives. Vol. 4 No. 1 Pp. 42-49.(iii) Enang, Ebingha E., Michael, Ushie A. and Bassey, Antigha Okon (2012) Work-Family Balance and National Development in Nigeria: A Demographic Discourse. In: Multi-Disciplinary Journal of Research and Development Perspectives. Vol. 1, No. 1. Official publication of the University of Calabar, Calabar, Nigeria (TETFUND), pp. 152-159(iv) Enang, Ebingha E., J. G. Ottong and Ushie Michael Anake (2009) Protestant Ethics and the Spirit of Poverty in Nigeria. In: Nigerian Sociological Review, Vol. 4, No. 1 & 2, pp. 1-10. ISSN 1596-6151(v) M. A. Ushie, D. B. Ugal, B. A. Ushie, E. E. Enang, M. A. Mgbekem and O. E. Okongor (2009) Self-Assessed Health Status and Morbidity Experiences among College Students in Nigeria: A Study of Federal College of Education, Obudu. In: Annals of Modern Education. Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 94-99.(vi) Enang, E. E. (2008) The Role of Kinship in the Socio-Political Development of Nigeria. In: Calabar Journal of Politics and Administration. Vol. 4, No. 1. October, pp. 219-226. ISSN 1595-0107(vii) Enang, Ebingha; I. O. Nneoyi (2007) Rural Urban Transformation and Social Capital Development: A Case Study of Central Cross River State. In: Journal of Research in National Development, Vol. 5, No. 1, pp. 7-11. ISSN 1596-8308(viii) Walter A. Mboto and Enang, Ebingha E. (2007) “Cultural Factors in Personality and Educational Development in Nigeria: Implication on Work Relations, In Journal of Policy and Development Studies. Vol. 1, No. 3, November pp. 58-64. ISSN 1597-9385(ix) Enang, E. E. (2003) “An Appraisal of Robert Malthus’ Population Theory and Nigeria’s Predicament” In: Sophia: An African Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 6, No. 1 September, pp. 43-51. ISSN 1119-443X(x) Enang, Ebingha E. (2002) “Bureaucracy and National Development: The Nigerian Case” In: West African Journal of Research and Development in Education, Vol. 9, No. 1, March 2002, pp. 76-84. ISSN 1117-6520(xi) Enang, Ebingha E. (2001) “Population and Youth: The Nigerian Experience” In International Journal of Social Science and Public Policy. Vol. 4, No. 1 pp. 284-292 (March). ISSN 1119-0795

S/N Grant Currency/Amount Grantor Date
An examination of the economic and social status of development in Obubra Local Government Area of Cross River StateNRN 350000Local Economic Empowerment Development Strategy (LEEDS)2011-03-15
Economic Survey of Five (5) Gully Erosion sites at Nyangasang, Ikot Anwatim, Edim Otop, Ikot Ekpo and Atakpa CommunitiesNRN 2800000Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project (NEWMAP) 2011-10-13
An evaluation of Cross River State Community and Social Development Project NRN 1500000Cross River State Community and Social Development Agency2015-03-12

S/N Conference Description Started Finished
Society, Religion and Business Ethics in Nigeriaorganised by Nigerian Sociological Society of Nigeria. Paper: Protestant Ethics and the Spirit of Poverty in Nigeria2008-11-052008-11-07
International COnfernece on Demography and Economic Development organised by Covenant University, Otta, Ogun State Paper presented: Demographic Change and Youth Employment in Nigeria 2014-07-142014-07-16
International Conference on Census-taking, Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) and Policy Challengesorganised by the Centre for Population Studies (CPS), Abia State University, Uturu Paper presented: Population Policy and Emergent Issues in Nigeria 2016-10-192016-10-21
World Environment Day Conferenceorganised by Geography and Environmental Science Department, University of Calabar. Paper: Youth Education for Sustainable Development in Nigeria2017-06-012017-06-01
ASUU Leadership Training Workshoporganised by ASUU National Secretariat, Abuja2017-08-102017-08-10