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Prof. NWEZE Noble Jackson.

Department: Agricultural Economics
Faculty: Agriculture
Designation : Professor
Email: noble.jackson@unn.edu.ng
Phone: +234(0)8036991587


Publications (Articles and Journals):

MAINLINE BOOKS.

1. Nweze, N. J. (1997). Essentials of Cooperative Economics, A. Johnson Publishers, Lagos.

2. Nweze, N.J. (2002). Agricultural Production Economics: Introductory Text. AP Publishers, Nsukka.

CHAPTERS IN MAINLINE BOOKS.

3. Nweze, N. J., (1977). Women in the mobilization and allocation of household savings in developing countries: Promoting interlinks between Women’s indigenous savings groups and Community banks in Nigeria. In: V.U. James and J. Etim (eds). The Feminization of Developmental Processes in Africa: Historical and Current Perspective, Greenwood Publishing Group Inc., USA.

4. Nweze, N. J., (1995). The role of informal finance in rural areas of Nigeria. In : Eboh, E. C., Okoye, C.U and Ayichi, D. (Eds.). Rural Development in Nigeria: Concepts, Processes and Prospects. Auto-Century Publishers. Chapter 16 : 192 - 199.

5. Nweze, N. J., (1992). Problems of Promoting Cooperatives in Traditional Areas. In: Ijere, M.O and E. O. Arua (Eds.) Financial and Non-financial issues in Cooperative Research (In Press.)

6. Okunmadewa, F; Olu, A; Ayoola, G.B.; Mamman, A.; Nweze, N.; Odebiyi, T.; Shehu, D.; and J. Zasha (2002). Illbeing and Insecurity. In Narayan, D and P. Petesch eds. Voices of the Poor From Many Lands, Oxford University Press and the World Ban k pp 85 – 112.

JOURNALS

7. Uwakah, C. T., Nweze, N. J. and P.C. Nwosu, (1980). Farmers Response to Operation Feed the Nation Programme in Imo and Anambra States. Oxford Agrarian Studies, Vol. IX: 154 - 168.

8. Nweze, N. J., and Aja Okorie, (1986). Traditional Self-Help Organizations (SHOs) in Agricultural Development in Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Rural Development and Cooperative Studies, 3: 80 - 101.

9. Nweze, N. J., Ijere, M.O and Arua, E.O. (1992). Indigenous Credit Associations: A Study of Informal Capital Accumulation and Utilization by Farmers in Nigeria. Beitr. trop. Landwitrtsch. Vet. med. 30: 127 - 135.

10. Nweze, N. J., (1994). Indigenous financial practices among farmers in Nigeria. Indigenous knowledge and Development Monitor, 2 (Sept.): 4 - 5.

11. Nweze, N. J., (1995). Towards promoting links in rural finance between financial self-help associations and banking institutions in Nigeria. Der Tropelandwirt Beitr. trop. Landwirtsch. Vet. Med., 2: 193 - 206.

12. Nweze, N.J. and E.M.Igbokwe (1997) Estimating the Profitability of Small-Scale Broiler Production under two Price regimes in Nigeria. Journal of Agriculture, Technology and Education. 2: 28 - 31.

13. Nweze, N. J. and M. O. Ijere (1991) Characteristics and farming Requirements of farmers under the Anambra State Village adoption Scheme. Nigerian Journal of Development and Cooperative Studies (Forth coming).

14. Nweze, N. J. and Igbokwe, E. M. (1997) Agricultural land development: an appraisal of National Land Development Authority in Southern Nigeria. Journal of Development and Administration

29(4): 18 – 26. Nweze, N. J.; Igbokwe, E.M. and Nnabuife, C. (1997). Production Characteristics of female-headed smallholder households in rural Nigeria. Agricultural Progress 72: 95 – 102.

15. Ijere, M. O. and N. J. Nweze (1989). “Productivity Contents in Relation to Research and Extension”. In: Ijere, M. O. and E. B. Ogungbemi (eds). University Agricultural Curricula and Productivity. Centre for Rural Development and Cooperatives, University of Nigeria Nsukka, pp. 124 – 131.

16. Nweze, N.J. and E.M. Igbokwe (1999). Assessing the value of non-timber forest products in rural economies. Journal of Agricultural Extension, Vol. 3: 46 – 56.

17. Nweze, N.J., E. M. Igbokwe and P.I. Nwandu (2000). Comparative analysis of savings mobilizaton and agribusiness financing by publicly-owned and private unit rural banks. Journal of Rural Development and Administration, Vol. XXXII (1): 12 – 23.

18. Nweze, N.J. (2000). Poverty, micro-finance and cooperative promotion in Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Cooperative Studies, Vol I (I): 73 – 89.

19. Nweze, N.J. and E. M. Igbokwe (2000). Non-timber forest products in the rural economies of southeast Nigeria. Journal of non-timber forest products Vol. 7(3/4): 145-155.

20. Igbokwe, E.M. and N. J. Nweze. (2001). Conceptualizing well/ill-being: a participatory experience in an agricultural community in southeast Nigeria. NJSS Vol. 1: 75-82.

21. Nweze, N.J. (2001). Rural Development in Nigeria: past approaches, emerging issues and strategies for the future. Nigerian Journal of Cooperative Studies, Vol 1 (11): 14-30.

22. Nweze, N.J. (2002). Co-operative Promotion in Rural Communities: The Project Approach. Nigerian Journal of Co-operative Studies, Vol. 2 No. 2.

23. Etowa, E.B.; Ojogu, O.E.; Ogar, M.A. and N.J. Nweze (2008). Analysis of gender based constraints to credit by agribusiness households in Cross river State, Nigeria. Journal of Social and Policy Issues, Vol.5. No. 3. ISSN 1117-1669

24. Etowa, E.B, Nweze, N.J. and Arene, C.J. (2015). Do migrant remittances trigger consumption disparities among Nigerian farm households? International Journal of Development and Sustainability, 4(1): 60-71.

25. Okeke-Agulu, K.I., Adepogu, S.O. and Nweze, N.J. (2011). Technical Efficiency of snail farming in Ngor Okpala L.G.A. of Imo State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Agricultural Economics (NJAE), Vol 2(1):100-108.

26. Ogbonna, P.E and Nweze, N.J. (2012). Evaluation of growth and yield responses of cocoyam (Colocasia esculenta) cultivars to rates of NPK 15:15:15 fertilizer. African Journal of Agricultural Research (AJAR) Vol. 7(49): 6553-6561

27. Ogbonna, P.E., Orji, K.O., Nweze, N.J. and Opata, P.I (2015). Effect of planting space on plant population at harvest and tuber yield in taro (colocasia esculenta L.). African journal of Agricultural Research. 10(5): 308 – 316.

28. Opata, P. I and Nweze, N. J. (2012). Socio-economic and Institutional Factors Affecting Commercialization of Cocoyam Enterprises in Nigeria. International Journal of Entrepreneurial studies 5: 190- 194.

29. Opata, P. I., Nweze, N. J. and Ibrahim, K. B. (2012). Local Level Approaches in Cocoyam Processing and Distribution: Implication for Food Security in Southern Nigeria. International Journal of Agricultural Economics, Management and Development (IJAEMD). 2: 209-219.

30. Opata, P. I., Nweze , N. J. and Rahman, M. A. (2011). The Place of Information and Communication Technology in Promoting Agro Based Enterprises in the Third World Countries. Journal of Agricultural Technology Vol. 7(2):207-214. Available on line http//www.ijat-aatsea.com.

31. Opata, P.I.; Nweze, N.J.; Ibrahim, M.K and Akerele, D. (2014). Performance evaluation of women co-operative societies in rural southeast Nigeria. Journal of Business and Management, 16(9): 15-19.

32. Opata, P.I.; Ogbonna, P.E.; and Nweze, N.J. (2015). Storage profitability and effectiveness of storage methods in yield loss reduction in cocoyam in southeast Nigeria. African journal of agricultural research, 10(49): 4496-4504.

33. C E P Nzeh, E C Eboh, N J Nweze, B C Okpupara, U Amakom, N E Urama, D Ito, O C Ujah, J S Orebiyi, J O Lemchi, P I Nwandu. The Economic Importance of Forest Products in Enugu State, Nigeria, International Journal of Tropical Agriculture and Food Systems 11/2010; 4:122-131.

34. Agbo, F.C., Nweze, N.J. and E.M. Igbokwe (2005). Community-level Institutions in Sustainable Exploitation of Palm Forest Resources in South-east Nigeria, Journal of Economics and International Finance, Vol 3(9): pp 536-541.

35. Reuben, J.; C.J. Arene and N.J. Nweze (2013). Theoretical, Analytical and Methodological Issues on Regional Integration and Bilateral Trade in the ECOWAS Sub-Region: Evidence from Literature on the Gravity Model of Trade, Journal of Agriculture and Sustainability ISSN 2201-4357 Volume 3, Number 2, 2013, 144-164.

36. Essien, A.U; C.J. Arene and N.J. Nweze (2013). What determines the frequency of loan demand in credit markets among small scale agro based enterprises in the Niger delta Region of Nigeria? An empirical analysis. Journal of agriculture and sustainability, Vol 4, Number 1, 2013: 77-98.

37. Essien, A.U; C.J. Arene and N.J. Nweze (2013). An investigation into credit receipt and enterprise performance among small scale agro based enterprises in the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria. International Journal of Agricultural Management and Development, 3(4): 245258.

38. Kainga, P.E., Okorji, E.C. and Nweze, N.J. (2013). Allocative efficiency and resource use in banana and plaintain production enterprises in Bayelsa state, Nigeria. J Exp Bio & Ag Sci, November issue

39. Nwosu, F.O, E.C. Okorji, N.J. Nweze, J.S. Orebiyi, M.O. Nwachukwu, U.C. Ibekwe (2014). Loan accessibility and repayment performance of livestock farmers under the Agricultural Credit Guarantee Scheme Fund in Southeast, Nigeria. Developing country studies, Vol. 4, No. 6: 63-69.

40. Nwosu, F.O., Okorji, E. C. and Nweze, N.J. (2013). Effects of formal credit on livestock farmers` output in Ebonyi State, Nigeria: A Cobb Douglass Approach. International Journal of Research and Technology, Vol 2(10): 3-7

41. Nzeh, C., Eboh E and Nweze, N.J. (2015). Dynamics and nature of rural forestland forestation in Enugu State, Nigeria, Research Journal of Agriculture and Environmental Management. Vol. 4(2): 97-111.

42. Nzeh, C., Eboh, E.C., and Nweze, N.J. (2015) Status and trends of deforestation: An insight and lessons from Enugu State, Nigeria. Net Journal of Agricultural Science. 3(1): 23-31.

43. Agbugba, I.K. Nweze, N.J., Achike, A.I., and Obi, A. (2013). Market Structure, Conduct, Channel and Margin of Dry Season Okra Vegetable in South-Eastern Nigeria. International Proceedings of Chemical, Biological & Environmenta, 2013, Vol. 55, p73

44. Terngu, I., Nweze, N.J. and Arene, C.J. (2014). Economic effects of climate change on sorghum in North-Central Nigeria. International Journal of Development and Sustainability, Vol. 3 (7): 1517-1525.

45. Reuben, J.; C.J. Arene and N.J. Nweze. (2014). Impact of sub-regional integration on regionalization and volume of agricultural trade within the ECOWAS sub-region. European Journal of business and management.

46. Ogbanje, C.E.; Chidebelu, S.A.N.D. and Nweze, N.J. (2014). Discriminant function analysis of factors affecting off-farm diversification among small-scale farmers in north central Nigeria. Journal of Economics and sustainable development. 2014

47. Tsue, P.T.; Nweze, N.J. and Okoye, C.U. (2014). Vulnerability of farming households to environmental degradation in developing countries: evidence from north central Nigeria. Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development

48. Reuben, J.; C.J. Arene and Nweze, N.J. (2013). Theoretical, analytical and methodological issues on regional integration and biolateral trade in ECOWAS sub-region: evidence from literature on Gravity Model of Trade. Journal of agriculture and sustainability. 3(13)

49. Essien, A.E.; C.J. Arene and Nweze, N.J. (2013). What determines the frequency of loan demand in credit markets among small scale agro based enterprises in the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria? Journal of Agriculture and sustainability 2013(4):

50. Ogbanje, C.E; Chidebelu, S.A.N.D. and Nweze, N.J. (2014). Off-farm diversification among small-scale farmers in north central Nigeria. Journal of economics and sustainable development,

51. Opata, P.I., Nweze, N.J., Ibraham, M.K. and Akerele, D. (2014). Performance evaluation of women cooperative societies in rural south-east Nigeria, Journal of business and management. Vol. 16 (Issue 9):15-19.

52. Ogbonna, P.E., Orji, K.O., Nweze, N.J., and Opata, P.I. (2015). Effect of planting pace on plant population at harvest and tuber yield in taro (Colocasia esculenta L), African journal of agricultural research. Vol. 10(5): 308-316.

53. Ukpe, O.U., Nweze, N.J. and Arene, C.J. (2015). Food insecurity vulnerability status of farm households in Niger-Delta, Nigeria, International Journal of Food and Agricultural Economics, Vol. 4(1): 109-123.

54. Nnaji, A.P. and Nweze, N.J. (2016). Analysis of the sources and uses of remittances by rural households for agricultural purposes in Enugu State, Nigeria. Journal of Agricultural and Veterinary Sciences, Vol. 9 (Issue 2): 84-88.

REFERRED CONFERENCE PAPERS.

55. Nweze, N. J. and I.U. Odoemenem (1989). “Techniques of Rural Development Inventory Surveys, Analysis and Reporting”, in Ijere, M.O. et al (eds) Implementation Techniques for Rural Development Projects. Centre for Rural Development and Cooperatives, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. Pp. 86 – 100.

56. Odoemenem, I.U. and N. J. Nweze (1989) “Preparations of Bench Model Plan for Rural Development Surveys” In Ijere M. O. et al (eds.). Implementation Techniques for Rural Development Projects. Centre for Rural Development and Cooperatives, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. Pp. 105 – 114.

57. Nweze, N. J. (1989). “Monitoring Supervision and Evaluation in Village Adoption Scheme (VAS) In Ijere, M. O. and L.C. Aloka (eds.) Workshop Proceedings on Rural Development through Village Adoption Scheme (VAS), CRDC, UNN.

58. Nweze, N.J. (1989). “Village Adoption Scheme and the Agricultural Credit Guarantee Scheme Fund” In Ijere, M. O. and L.C. Aloka (eds.) Proceedings of a Two-day workshop on Rural Development through Village Adoption Scheme (VAS).

59. Nweze, N. J. (1996). “Nature and formation of Cooperatives” in Obioha, F.C. and N. J. Nweze (eds) Lecture Materials for the 8-day Training Workshop for Fisherfolk/Farmers on Agricultural Credit Management and Organization. NIR/AI-UNDP Assisted Agricultural and Rural Development Programmes. Pp. 23 – 32.

60. Nweze, N. J. (1997). “Marketing of Stored Food” In Obioha, F.C. and N. J. Nweze (eds.). Handling, Storage and Preservation of Agricultural Produce. Proceedings of an in-service training workshop under the UNDP NIR/AI Assisted Agricultural and Rural Development Programme, Pp.137 - 148.

61. Abdurrahman, S.; S. Sani; N. J. Nweze, M. Nasiru and M. Chibiyayi (1998). “Effect of National Fadama Development Project on Income of Beneficiary Farmers in Bauchi and Gombe States, Nigeria”. In : S. Kushaha et al., (eds). Agricultural Development in the 21st Century : Concepts and Strategies. Proceedings of the 14th Annual Conference of Farm Management Association of Nigeria (FAMAN) held at the Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University, Bauchi, 20th – 3rd Sept., 1998. Pp. 59 – 61. ATBU Printing Press, Bauchi.

62. Sani, R.; M. Abdurrahman, S,; Nweze, N.J and M. Nasiru (1998). “An overview of the Fadama Farming Systems in Bauchi and Gombe States, Nigeria” In: S. Kushaha et al. (eds) Op cit. Pp. 61 – 63.

63. Nweze, N. J. and S. Abdurrahman (1998). “Factors Affecting Demand for Fadama Land: A Case Study of national Fadama Development’s Loan Beneficiaries in Bauchi and Gombe States, Nigeria”. In S. Kushaha et al. (eds) Op cit. pp. 61 – 63.

64. Nweze, N. J. (2000). Agricultural Produce Processing and Marketing: A Strategy for Poverty Alleviation in the New Millenium. Proceedings of the 14th Annual Farming Systems Research and Extension Workshop in Southeastern Nigeria, 9 – 12 November, 1999. National Root Crops Research Institute, Umudike, pp 37 – 47.

65. Nweze, N. J. Implementing Effective Local Management of Forest Resources in Poor Forest Communities of Nigeria Accepted for publication in the forthcoming proceedings of the National Conference on Environment and Poverty Alleviation, Department of Geography, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, 6 – 9 August, 2001.

66. Nweze, N.J. (2004). National Fadama Development Project 2: Implementation and Organisational Challenges In: Self Sufficiency of Animal Protein In Nigeria: A Reality or Image. Proceedings of 9th Annual Conference of Animal Science Association of Nigeria, Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki, Sept. 13th –16th.

67. Nweze, N.J. (2005). Minimising Farmer-Herder Conflicts in Fadama Areas Through Local Development Plans: Implications for Increased Crops/Livestock Productivity in Nigeria, In: Harnessing the Livestock Resources for National Economic Empowerment. Proceedings of the 30th Annual Conference of the Nigerian Society for Animal Production (NSAP) 20th – 24th March, 2005. pp 254 – 257.

68. Etowa, E.B. Ojogu, O.E. and N.J. Nweze (2008). Analysis of Gender Based Constraints to Credit by Agribusiness Households in Cross River State, Nigeria. Proceedings of Annual Conference of IRDI Research and Development Network Vol. 3, No. 8, 2008.

69. Etowa, E.B., Idu, M.A. and N. J. Nweze (2008). Effect of Credit on Income and Productivity in Small Agribusiness of Cross River State, Nigeria: A gender View, Proceedings of Annual Conference of IRDI Research and Development Network, Vol 3, No. 3, 2008.

70. Nzeh,C.E.P., Eboh, E.C., Emeribe, N.D., Nweze, N.J., Okpukpara, B.C., Nwadu, P.I., Orebiyi, J.S. and Lemchi, J.I (2009). Comparative analysis of the performance of male and female extension agents in Enugu state, Nigeria 43rd Conference of the Agricultural Society of Nigeria (ASN), Abuja 20th – 23 October, 2009.

71. Nyong, E.E. and Nweze, N.J. (2012). Allocative Efficiency in Fish Production in Oil and Non-Oil Producing Areas of Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. In Agricultural Productivity and Growth: Strategies for Meeting the MDGs. Proceedings of the 26th Annual Conference of the Farm Management Association of Nigeria (FAMAN) held at Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike, Nigeria, October 15th-19th, 2012.

72. Opata, P. I. and Nweze, N. J. (2010) Indigenous Technologies in Cocoyam Processing: Implication for Food Security in Nigeria. Proceedings of the 9th African Crop Science Conference held at Cape Sun Cape Hotel, Cape Town South Africa. September 28 – October 2 2009. 9: 325-328.

73. Opata, P. I. and N. J. Nweze (2009) Analysis of Women’s Co-operative Microfinance Societies’ Lending to Members for Processing and Marketing of Agricultural Products in Enugu State, Nigeria. Proceedings of the Farm Management Association of Nigeria. In Sustaining Agricultural Growth to Meet National Economic Development Goal, Muhammed, I.,U. B. Kyiogwom, W. A. Hassan, A. L. Ala, A. Singh and S. D. Dogondaji. Pp 490-496.

74. Opata, P. I. and N. J. Nweze (2008) Role of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Promoting Agro-Based Enterprises in Enugu State, Nigeria. In: Prospects and Challenges of Adding Value to Agricultural Products. Proceedings of the 22nd Annual National Conference of the Farm Management Association of Nigeria. Umeh, J.C., C.P. Obinne and W. Lawal (eds.). Pp 148- 154.

75. Opata, P. I. and Nweze (2009) Value Contribution of Cocoyam and Products in Meeting Households Food and Income needs. In Nutrition: A Key to Achieving the Millennium Development Goals, Proceedings of the 39th Annual Conference and Scientific Meeting of the Nutrition Society of Nigeria. Nnam N. M., E.C. Okeke, U. A. Onyeji and U. S Onoja (eds.). Pp 71-77.

76. Agbugba, I.K., Nweze, N.J., Achike, A.I. and A. Obi (2013). Market Structure, Conduct, Channel and Margin of Dry Season Okra Vegetable in South-eastern Nigeria. Proceedings of

2013 International Conference on Food and Agricultural Sciences IPCBEE vol 55 (2013), IACSIT Press, Singapore

77. Ihemezie, E.J.; Agbugba, I.K. and Nweze, N.J. (2013) Need for informal finance to crop farmers in the face of climate change. www.researchgate.net/publication/269294003.

78. Anugwom, E.; Igbokwe, E.M.; and N. Nweze. Community-level institutions in the management of palm-forest resources in Southeastern Nigeria. African Journal of Science, Technology, Innovation and Development

MONOGRAPHS

79. Nweze, N. J. (1990). “The Role of Women’s Traditional Savings and Credit Cooperatives in Small-Farm Development” Winrock International Institute for Agricultural Development, USA. Report, No.11.

80. Ayoola, G. B., Aina ; B. Mamman., N. Nweze, T Odebiyi, F Okunmadewa, D. Shehu, O. Williams , and J. Zasha. (1999). Nigeria: Consultations with the Poor. A study to inform the World Development Report 2000/1 on Poverty and Development. UK Department for International Development/World Bank.

81. Opata, P. I. and N. J. Nweze (2008) Indigenous Technologies in Cocoyam Processing: Implication for Food Security in Nigeria. In Agricultural Technology and Nigeria’s Economic Development, Ayedun, E. A, Idisi, P. O. and J. N. Nmadu (eds.). Pp 556-562.

TECHNICAL REPORTS

82. Nweze, N. J. (1985). An Evaluation of Field Programme Implementation of the National Land Development Authority (NALDA) in Southeastern zone. A Study Commissioned by National Agricultural Land Development Authority. The Presidency, Garki, Nigeria.

83. Ijere, M. O., Nweze, N. J. and I.U. Odoemenem (1988) “A Study of Women’s Esusu Groups in Imo and Anambra States, Nigeria”. Technical Report to Ford Foundation, Lagos.

84. Ijere, M. O. Nweze, N. J. and I.U. Odoemenem (1989) “A Study of the Feasibility of Rural Semi- Mechanized Garri Production for Women’s Indigenous Cooperatives in Imo and Anambra States, Nigeria”. Second Technical Report to Ford Foundation, Lagos, p. 53.

85. Nweze, N. J. and A. O. Ejiogu (1998) “Assessing the Economic Value of Non-Timber Forest Products in Rural Nigeria”. Technical Report submitted to Bioresources Development and Conservation Programme, USA, p. 38.

86. Nweze, N. J. and E. M. Igbokwe (1999). “Assessment of Poverty Reduction Programmes/Projects in Southeast Nigeria.” A report submitted to World Bank, Abuja, Nigeria.

87. Nweze, N.J and E.M. Igbokwe (1999). “Consultation with the Poor in Southeast Nigeria: A case study of Ama-Ohafia, Aba, Abia State.” A report submitted to World Bank and DFID, Abuja, Nigeria.

88. Nweze, N. J and E. M. Igbokwe (1999). “Consultation with the Poor in southeast Nigeria: A case study of Elieke, Port Harcourt, Nigeria”. A report submitted to World Bank and DFID, Abuja, Nigeria.

89. Nweze, N. J and E. M. Igbokwe (1999). “Consultation with the Poor in southeast Nigeria: A case study of Ikot Idem, Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria.” A report submitted to World Bank and DFID, Abuja, Nigeria.

90. Nweze, N. J. and E. M. Igbokwe (1999). “Consultation with the Poor in southeast Nigeria: A case study of Okpuje, Nsukka L.G.A, Nigeria.” A report submitted to World Bank and DFID, Abuja, Nigeria.

91. Nweze, N. J. and E. M. Igbokwe (1999). “Consultation with the Poor in southeast Nigeria” (Regional Report). A report submitted to World Bank and DFID, Abuja, Nigeria.

92. Nweze, N. J. (2000). “State and Local Government Appraisal Visit: Social Development Issues in Jigawa State, Nigeria.” A report submitted to United Kingdom Department for International Development (DFID), London.

93. Nweze, N. J. (2000). “Poverty Reduction Initiatives in Abia State: Project Costing.” A report submitted to the World Bank Resident Mission, Nigeria.

94. Nweze, N. J. (2000). “Community-based Capacities in Implementation and Self-management of Projects: A Case Study of Imo State.” Submitted to Forestry Management Evaluation and Coordinating Unit (FORMECU), Federal Ministry of Environment, Abuja, Nigeria.

95. Nweze, N. J. (2000). “Community-based Capacities in Implementation and Self-management of Projects: A Case Study of Benue State”. Submitted to Forestry Management Evaluation and Coordinating Unit (FORMECU), Federal Ministry of Environment, Abuja, Nigeria.

96. Nweze, N. J. (2000). “Community-based Capacities in Implementation and Self-management of Projects: A Case Study of Enugu State.” Submitted to Forestry Management Evaluation and Coordinating Unit (FORMECU), Federal Ministry of Environment, Abuja, Nigeria.

97. Francis, P. and N. Nweze (2002). Desk Study and Scoping Mission on Poverty in Ekiti State. Consultant Report Number 15 (CNTR: 00 0512A) DFID: State and Local Government Programme, Abuja.

98. Ojowu, O; Nweze, N.J and S. Ladbury (2002). Determining a Strategy and Plan to Develop A Poverty Reduction Strategy Plan in Benue State. Consultant Report Number 22. (CNTR: 00 512A) DFID: State and Local Government Programme, Abuja.

99. Nweze, N.J. and Paul Francis (2003). Report on a scooping study on conducting assessments in poverty and wealth generation in Enugu State, Nigeria. Report prepared for the DFID’s State and Local Government Programme, Abuja, Nigeria. June, 2003.

100. Okunmadewa, F.; Olu, A.; Ayoola, G.B.; Mamman, A.; Nweze, N.; Odebiyi, T.; Shehu, D. and Zacha, J. (2001). Nigeria: Ill-being and Insecurity. World Bank/DFID

101. Francis, P and N.J. Nweze (2003). Poverty in Enugu State, Nigeria: A Review of Poverty Data, and Assessment of Policies and Institutions Addressing Poverty Reduction in the State. Report Prepared for the State and Local Government Programme and the Enugu State Reform Team as part of a Scoping study on Conducting Assessments in Poverty and Wealth Generation in Enugu State. June 2003.

102. Francis, P. and N.J. Nweze (2003). Poverty and Public Sector Reform in Enugu State – A Scoping Study on Conducting Assessments in Poverty and Wealth Creation. Report to the State and Local Government Programme and Enugu State Reform Team. In: SLGP/DFID Consultants Report No. 56.

103. Nweze, N.J. and A.E. Agwu (2015). Value Chain Analysis of the Cashew Sub-Sector in Enugu State, Nigeria. Submitted to Enugu State Commercial Agriculture Development Project (CADP), Enugu, Nigeria.


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