Staff Profile

Dr. Obi Nneamaka

Lecturer Ii
  • Faculty :
    Faculty of Agriculture
  • Department :
    Agriculture
  • Official Email :
  • Alternate Email :
    jnamaka1@yahoo.com
  • Google Scholar ID :
    Nneamaka Obi.scholar.goggle.com
  • Research Gate ID :
    Obi Nneamaka researchgate. net
  • ORCID :
    0000 0003 1937 5630


Biography

Dr. Joy Nneamaka Obi is the third in a family of five; 4 girls and a boy born to Late Chief Onwuagbaizu and Mrs Margaret Obi. Joy currently lives in Abakaliki, Nigeria. Prior to being a lecturer in Alex Ekwueme Federal University, Ikwo, Joy has worked as Research associate with Institute of Public Policy and Management (IPPAM).
Joy loves reading, Research findings and Travelling.

Selected Publications (Articles and Journals)

S/N Publication(s)
1 Jane Munonye, Emeka Osuji, Michael Olaolu1, Anthony Okoisu, Joy Obi, Gladys Eze, Sikiru Ibrahim-Olesin, Loveday Njoku, Mark Amadi, Chibuzo Izuogu and Gillian Azuamairo (2022) “Perceived Effects of Covid-19 Pandemic on Food Security in Southeast, Nigeria”, Journal of Frontiers in Sustainable Food System,doi:10.33,89/fsufs.2022.936157.
2 Obi, J.N; Enete, A.A.; Munonye, J.O. (2021) ‘’Farm Households Level of Vulnerability to Extreme Weather Events in South-Eastern Nigeria’’ Afr.j.Food Agric. Nutri. Dev. 2021; (21) (2): 17450-17464, https://doi.org/10.18697/ajfand.97.19410
3 Osuji E.E., Munonye J. O; Olaolu, M. O; Onyemauwa, C. S; Tim-Ashama A.C.; Ibekwe C. C., Obike K. C. Ebe F. E; Onu, S.E; Obi, J. N; Izuogu, C. U.; Orji, J. E.;, Inyang, P. (2022) “Econometric Analysis Of Fluted Pumpkin Production In Nigeria; Empirical in-Depth Analysis”, Journal Of Agriculture And Crops, Vol. 8, Issue. 2, Pp: 105-114,2022, doi https://doi.org/10.32861/jac.81.105.114.
4 Ibrahim-Olesun, S; Munonye J. O., Onyeneke, R.U., Adefalu, L.L; Olaolu, M.O; Azuamiaro, G.C; Izuogu, C.U; Njoku,L.C; Orji, J.E, Obi, J.N; Dada, O.A; Ankrumah, E. (2021) “ Farmer- Herders Conflict and Climate Change; Needed Response Strategies in Nigeria and other African Countries” ,The International Journal of Climate Change: Impacts and Responses. https://doi.org/10.18848/1835-7156/CGP/v14i01/73-89.
5 Osuji E. E.1, Onyeneke R. U., Balogun O. L., Tim-Ashama A. C., Onyemauwa C. S., Praise N. C.5, Azuamairo G. C.1, Amadi M. U.1, Obi J. N; 1, Ibekwe C. C.4, Obasi I. O.6, Njoku C. L.1, Izuogu C. U.1, Ebe F. E.6, Ugochukwu G. C. (2021) “Econometric Analysis of Agricultural Intensification Techniques of Household Farmers in Nigeria”, Universal Journal of Agricultural Research 9(6): 289-298, 2021 http://www.hrpub.org DOI: 10.13189/ujar.2021.090607
6 Onyeneke, R. U., Emenekwe, C. C., Munonye, J. O., Olaolu, M.O., Izuogu, C.U., Ibrahim-O.S., Amadi, M. U., Njoku, C.L., Obi, J. N.(2020) “Adoption of Bio-fortified Pro-Vitamin-A Cassava and Health Outcome of Farming Households in Abia and Anambra States Nigeria.” Journal of Agricultural Extension Vol. 24 (2). https://dx.doi.org/10.4314/jae.v24i2.9
7 Munonye, J., Obi. J. N., Okere, H. C. (2019). “Assessment of Cassava Production in Ngor-Okpala Local Government Area, Imo State, Nigeria.” International Journal of Agricultural Research and Food Production, Vol4, No.2
8 Enete, A.A., Obi, J.N., Ozor, N., Mba, C.L. (2016) "Socioeconomic assessment of flooding among farm households in Anambra state, Nigeria", International Journal of Climate Change Strategies and Management, Vol. 8 Issue: 1, pp.96-111, https://doi.org/10.1108/IJCCSM-07-2014-0084.