Bandipo, M.S:Conferences Attended

WORKSHOP/SYMPOSIUM/EXTENSION BULLETIN

(i)    Bandipo, M.S. (1999) “The roles in women in the Development of the Family” being a paper presented at the Workshop of the Women in Development (WID) Programme of the Agriculture Media Resources and Extension Center (AMREC) University of Agriculture, (UNAAB), Abeokuta. Held at Kofesu Alaro Village, Abeokuta on 2nd July, 1999, 18 pages.

(ii)    Bandipo, M.S. (2000) “Processing and Utilization of Soya Beans”. A working paper presented during the training workshop of Women Farmers at Maya in Oyo State. Organised by (AMREC) University of Agriculture (UNAAB), Abeokuta.

(iii)    Attended and Presented papers in several Religious Conferences and Workshops such as Anglican Youth Fellowship National Conference in Nigeria held in Sagamu, Remo Diocese, 2000 – 2004.

(iv)    Attended and Presented Paper at the Workshop of Caring and Sharing Sufi Centre One (Leaders Assembly) Al-Murshid, 9th November 2000, Soya Bean Utilization for Generating Income, 2000.

(v)    Attended and presented paper: “Hold Fast to God” at ECWA Ibadan DCC 2nd Annual Women Fellowship Conference at Agbowa-Ikosi Lagos State held on August 21st – 23rd, 2003.

 

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SEMINAR

(i)    Attended 1st Life in Retirement Seminar organized by the University of Agriculture in May, 2002.

(ii)    Attended almost all inaugural lectures and seminars organized by the University of Agriculture since 1997 – 2004.

(iii)    Bandipo, M.S. (2003), Presented Paper: “Healthy Living for members of Olumo Lions Club International District 404, Nigeria”, held at Ake Palace Hall, Ake, Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria, 2003.

(iv)    Attended 4th Life in Retirement Seminar organized by the University of Agriculture (UNAAB) Abeokuta Monday 10th – 11th October 2005.

TRAINING COVERED THE FOLLOWING AREAS:

(i)      Income generating activities

(ii)     Variety of Nutrition food from soy beans

(iii)    Snacks business for Women. Adolescents and primary school vendors.

(iv)    Appropriate technology to improve work habit, which improves health and productivity in women.

(v)     Food vending as money generating activities for women 1999 to date.

(vi)    Counseling of students in the department 1996 – date. This helped me to relate with the students and solve their problems.

(vii)    Class mistress of 200 level and 300 level students 1998 – date.

(viii)    As part of my development and the student development I was appointed to be a female hostel warden in the University 1997 – 2000.

(ix)    Member of various educational society and clubs in the University.

(x)    Participated in the capacity Building Training for HIV/AIDS Voluntary Counseling and Testing (VCT), and care and support for PLWHAS held at University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria. USG/Nigeria Partnership for HIV and AIDS Relief (PEPFAR PROJECT) in collaboration with State Action Committee on AIDS (SACA), Ogun State, Friday, 30th September, – 7th  October, 2005.

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