Ashimolowo, O.R: Conferences Attended

Edited Conference Proceedings/Book Chapters
1.    Ashimolowo, O.R., and O. Apata (2008):  Constraints and motivation of Youth participation in agricultural activities in Osun State.  In: Remedying the factors impeding children and youth development in Nigeria. Proceedings of CYIAP Annual Conference, Federal college of Education, Oyo.  S.F Adedoyin (editor). pp. 20-26.
2.    Fakoya E.O., Ashimolowo O.R., Adewuyi S.A. and Ashaolu O.F (2008): Socio-economic effect of micro-credit on small scale poultry farmers livelihood in Abeokuta North LGA of Ogun State. In: Animal Agriculture towards Millennium Development in Nigeria.  Proceedings of Nigerian Society of Animal Production (NSAP – OGUN 2008), College of Agricultural Sciences, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ayetoro, Ogun State, Nigeria, Adeyemi O.A., Ogungbesan A.M. Dada A.O., Eniolorunda O.O., Awojobi H.A., Oke D.B., Agunbiade J.A.(editors). Pp. 304-307.
3.    Ashimolowo, O.R., L.A. Akinbile and E.A. Afolayan (2005):  Effect of micro-credit on small scale crop farmers in Odeda Local Government Area of Ogun State. In: Capacity Building in Nigerian Agricultural Extension System. Proceedings of CIAP Annual Conference, National Cereals Research Institute (NCRI), Badeggi, Bida, Niger State. S.F Adedoyin (editor). pp. 85-91.
4.    Oladapo M.O., Momoh, S. and Ashimolowo, O.R. (2003).  Spatial market integration test of plantain and banana in Enugu state rural and urban market.  In: The Role of Horticulture in Economic Development of Nigeria. Proceedings of HORTSON Annual Conference, School of Agriculture. Fasina, A.S., Olufolaji A.A. and Umeh, V.C. (eds).  , Lagos State Polytechnic, Ikorodu, Lagos.  Pp. 162-170.
5.    Adeyeye, V.A., Alimi, J.T.  and Ashimolowo, O.R. (2002):  Overview of poverty and its reduction in Nigeria.  In: Nigeria’s Lead Issues in Poverty Reduction. Adeyeye, V.A. and Yusuf J.O. (eds). Published by African Centre for Development Research, Abuja. Pp. 15-31.
6.    Ashimolowo, O.R. and Arowojolu, O. (2001):  Nigerian Girl-Child involvement in Agriculture: future perspective.  In: Research and Policy Issues for Children in Agriculture. Obinne C.P.O., Obasi M.O. and Agbulu, O.N. (eds).  Proceedings of CIAP Annual Conference, University of Agriculture, Makurdi. October 9-12. Pp. 316-324.
7.    Arowojolu, O. and Ashimolowo, O.R. (2001).  Child Labour in Agriculture: Problems and prospects. In Research and Policy Issues for Children in Agriculture. Obinne C.P.O., Obasi M.O. and Agbulu, O.N. (eds).  Proceedings of CIAP Annual Conference, University of Agriculture, Makurdi. October 9-12. Pp. 316-324.

PROFESSIONAL REFERENCES
8.    Akinbile L.A., Ph.D. Senior Lecturer, Department of Agricultural Extension and Rural Development, University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria. (234) 80 2325 0454  lakinbile@yahoo.com.

9.  Nurudeen Adedipe, Ph.D.  Professor, Office of the Executive Secretary, National University Commission, Abuja. (234) 80 3325 0790. noadedipe@yahoo.com  or nimbeadedipe@yahoo.ca
10.    Adeokun O., Ph.D., Professor, Department of Agricultural Extension, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ayetoro, Ogun State, Nigeria.  (234) 80 27527295.  lekchad4u@yahoo.com

11    Ashimolowo O.R. and Otufali G.A. (2010): Shocks, Safety Nets and Coping Strategies among Female Agro- Pastoralists in Ogun State Nigeria. Journal of Applied Science Research. Vol. 6, No 12. Pp. 2181- 2191. Published by INSINET Publications. http://www.aensionline.net/jasr/jasr/2010/2181-2191.pdf

12    Fakoya E.O., T.O.A. Banmeke, O.R. Ashimolowo and Fapojuwo O.E. (2010): Cassava Production and Poverty Eradication Among Crop Farmers in Ondo State, Nigeria. International Journal of Sustainable Development. Vol 2. No. 5. Pp. 67-72. http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1724686

13    O.R. Ashimolowo, A.K. Aromolaran, S.O. Inegbedion (2010). Child Street – Trading Activities and Its Effect on the Educational Attainment of Its Victims in Epe Local Government Area of Lagos State. Journal of Agriculture Science. Vol. 2. No. 4. Pp. 211-219.  Published by Canadian Centre of Science and Education.http://www.ccsenet.org/journal/index.php/jas/article/view/8413/6234

14    Fashina, O.O., Ashimolowo, O.R., and Oluwalana, O (2009): Children involvement in household livelihood activities in the Rural Areas of Ogun State.  International Journal of Applied tropical Agriculture.  Vol. 14., Nos 1 &2.  Pp. 64-70  Published by School of Agriculture and Agricultural Technology, Akure.

15    Ashimolowo, O. R.  and Ojebiyi, W. G. (2009): Effect Of Peak Season Agricultural Activities On The Educational Performance Of Rural Children In Odeda Local Government Area Of Ogun State. Journal of Tourism, Hospitality and Home Management. Vol. 2, Nos 1. Pp. 1-18. Published by the College of Agriculture, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ayetoro Campus.

16    Ashimolowo, O.R. (2009):  Values placed on the roles of the girl-child and her level of empowerment in selected agrarian communities in Nigeria.  Journal of Tourism, Hospitality and Home Management.  Vol. 2, Nos 1. Pp. 168-181. Published by the College of Agriculture, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ayetoro Campus.

 

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE AND ACTIVITIES
1.    Assistant Post Graduate Coordinator, Department of Agricultural Extension and Rural Development, University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria. 2008-
2.    Member, Planning Committee of Three Decades of Extension , University of Ibadan, Nigeria. 2007 –
3.    Member, Post JAMB Screening Committee, University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria. (2007)
4.    Member, Gender Mainstreaming Committee, University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria. 2007-
5.    Advisor for 200 level students, Department of Agricultural Extension and Rural Development, University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria. 2007 –
6.    Member, Welfare Committee, Department of Agricultural Extension and Rural Development, University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria. 2006-
7.    Member, Planning Committee, Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria Conference held at University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Ogun State Nigeria. 2006

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