Olaniyi - Researcher - Nagari, Andhra Pradesh, India

Olayiwola Olaniyi

Nagari, Andhra Pradesh, India

Summary

TECHNICAL SKILLS AND FIELD EXPERIENCE:
• Ethnographical Field work
Interview/KII, Focus Group Discussion (FGD) and descriptive analysis
• Monitoring and Evaluation( M&E)
Descriptive analysis of disaggregated project data in Ms Excel 2007: Mean, maximum, minimum, standard deviation and correlation.
Non –linear regression analysis of aggregated project data at LGA level (input-output- impact)
Percentage and trend analysis of Oyo State MDG indicators from 1990 to 2009 based on NBS data.
G.P.S coordinates: latitude (degree and decimal minutes or decimal degree, D, DM or DD, longitude (D, DM orDD), Altitude above sea level(in feet or meters).Use of Statistical Analysis System (SAS) in Research Data analysis
•Monitoring and evaluation of MDG projects( Conditional Grants Scheme & Quick –Wins under 2008 Appropriation Act) November,2009 to May 2010
• Identity, Social Network and Social Formation in Agbowo ( 2009)
• Monitoring and Evaluation of MDAs project, Keke NAPEP and Conditional Cash Transfer under Quick –Win Appropriation Act.( November 2008 to May 2010).
• Field work on Social changes and social organization in Ojoo Shasha Community, Ibadan 2007 using key informant interviewing methodology
• Field work on study that deal with urban congestion and the use of urban space: Implications for Environmental health and sanitation( A case study of Agbowo Community in Ibadan(2008)

Services

Researcher

Summary:

I am part of the team that work on different developmental project in Africa and Asia

Work History

44. OLAYIWOLA O.O

Development has long been a catch-all phrase and it now seems that everybody has something to say on the subject. It is indeed crucial to know what one is talking about, if only to allow for the differentiation of development from economic growth with which it is equated all too often. In point of fact, it is believed that the apparent failure of the development project can be attributed to precisely this misunderstanding surrounding the notion of development itself.

JNKVV agricultural university

February 2014 - March 2014

8. Voluntary Training on microwave remote sensing of natural resource. Online training organized by Indian space research organization(ISRO) in collaboration with JNKVV agricultural university, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh from 3th February, 2014 to 29th March, 2014.


(xiii) REFEREES
1. Dr. Amos Olukayode Sogbesan. Department of Fisheries, School of Agric. & Agric. Technology, Federal University of Technology, Yola, Federal University of Technology, Adamawa State, Nigeria. sokayfish@gmail.com

Research fellow

United Nations Development Programme

(2013): On Moment Estimation Method of Exponential Distribution under Type II Censored Sample. International Journal of technology and Research Advance (IJTRA). Volume of 2013, Issue 2.Page22-30.
18. OLAYIWOLA O.O and P.K AWASTHI (2013): Resource Adjustment for Boosting Profitability of Cassava Based Cropping System in Ibadan Metropolis, Oyo State, Nigeria. International journal of Agricultural Science & Veterinary Medicine (IJASVM-A033), Vol.1, No. 2 -56, May 2013.
19. OLAYIWOLA O.O (2013): Gender gap adoption of fish farming technologies in Afijio Local Government Areas of Oyo State. Nigeria.ABHINAV- International Monthly Journal of research in management and technology. Vol.2, Issue No.5, pp 25-33, May 2013.
20. OLAYIWOLA O.O (2013): Economics of cassava cultivation and its competing crops in Ibadan Metropolis, Oyo State, Nigeria. ABHINAV- International Monthly Journal of research in management and technology. Vol.2, Issue No.6, pp17-24, June 2013.
21. OLAYIWOLA O.O.(2013): Journey Tendency of Cassava Production and its Competing Crops in relation to Area, Production and Productivity in Ibadan Metropolis, Oyo State, Nigeria. ABHINAV-International Monthly Journal of research in management and technology. Vol.2, Issue No7. Pp29-36, July 2013.

22. OLAYIWOLA O.O. (2013): Poverty Cycle Disparity among the Peri-Urban Farming Households in Uyo, Nigeria. ABHINAV- International Monthly Journal of research in management and technology. Vol.2, Issue No. 8, pp 17-24, August 2013.

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Jawalhal Nehu Krishi Visha Vidyahla Agricultural University

Jawalhal Nehu Krishi Visha Vidyahla Agricultural University

African Union Commission Scholarship for MSc. Programme in India

Supply Riposte of Principal Crops in Madhya Pradesh

jnkvv

August 2010 - July 2012

Development Policy Centre

(viii). TECHNICAL SKILLS AND FIELD EXPERIENCE:
• Ethnographical Field work
Interview/KII, Focus Group Discussion (FGD) and descriptive analysis
• Monitoring and Evaluation( M&E)
Descriptive analysis of disaggregated project data in Ms Excel 2007: Mean, maximum, minimum, standard deviation and correlation.
Non -linear regression analysis of aggregated project data at LGA level (input-output- impact)

Research fellow

DPC

March 2008 - July 2010

Concept Note on Food Security in Nigeria.ABHINAV- National Monthly Journal of research in science and technology. Vol.1, Issue 7, -27
4. OLAYIWOLA O. O. (2012): Extend of Adoption of New Cassava Technology, Impact on yield, Cost and Identified Constraints to Adoption of New Technology in Ibadan Metropolis, Oyo State, Nigeria.ABHNINAV- National Monthly Journal of research in commerce and management, Vol 1, Issue No 8, -96.
5. OLAYIWOLA O.O. (2012): Appraisal of Urban Agriculture in Abuja, Nigeria.ABHINAV- National Monthly Journal of research in commerce and management, Vol. 1, Issue 9, pg 111-124.

Global Shock on Nigeria Agricultural development

Development policy cenre

From April 2008

-Trends and control measures: ABHINAV- National Monthly Journal of research in Art and Education, vol 1, issue 7.pp 21-25.
7. OLAYIWOLA O.O (2012): Determinants and Strategies Policies for Resolving Problem of Food Security in Nigeria.ABHINAV- National Monthly Journal of research in commerce and management, Vol 1, Issue X.pp95-105. October 2012.
8. OLAYIWOLA O.O (2012): Resource Utilization and Determinants of Efficiency among Urban Agriculture in Abuja. ABHINAV- National Monthly Journal of research in commerce and management, Vol 1. Pp21-35.Issue: X. October 2012.
9. OLAYIWOLA O.O (2012): Education empowerment for resolving problem of national development in Nigeria.ABHINAV- National Monthly Journal of research in art and education, Vol.1. Pp4-18. Issue XI. November 2012.
10. OLAYIWOLA O.O, P.K AWASTHI AND V.O. AKINYOSOYE (2012): Overview of the trends of cassava production and its competing crop in Oyo State. ABHINAV- International Monthly Journal of research in commerce and management.Vol.1, Issue1, pg1-7.December, 2012.
11. OLAYIWOLA O.O (2012): Schematizing Human Capital for Affluence Creation and National Development. ABHINAV International Monthly Journal of research in management and technology, Vol.1. Pp1-16. Issue I. December 2012.
12. OLAYIWOLA O.O (2013): Technical Efficiency of fish production in Ijebu-Ode. ABHINAV-International Monthly Journal of research in management and technology .Vol.2, Issue 1, pp 26-42. January, 2013.
13. OLAYIWOLA O.O (2013): Challenges i

University of Ibadan, Ibadan

National Youth Service Corps

Main Element of the Millennium Development Goals

Capacity Building Workshop for Stakeholders in Oyo State

Up to October 2009

on Main Element of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) Ibadan (2nd September, 2008)
3. Nigeria 2008 Demographic and Health Survey (NDHS), Oyo State Dissemination (November,(2009)
4. 50years of Nationhood: Experience in, and Prospects for sustainable Development in Nigeria.1st Ibadan Sustainable Summit (ISDS), Thursday 25 June, 2010.
5. Training Programme on Commodity Future Market, sponsored by Forward Markets Commission, GOI, Mumbai, India (November, 21-22, 2011)
6. National Workshops on Application of Solid State Fermentation Technology in Aquaculture. Held on 29 May, 2012 at CIFA, Kausalyaganga, Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India.
7. A Proceeding of National Conference on "Trend in Management, Engineering & Technology" held in Mumbai, Saturday 30th March, 2013 (India).

Federal Government

Session

student

Ladoke Akintola University of Technology

Up to April 2005

Oyo State MDG

based on NBS data.
G.P.S coordinates: latitude (degree and decimal minutes or decimal degree, D, DM or DD, longitude (D, DM orDD), Altitude above sea level(in feet or meters).
Use of Statistical Analysis System (SAS) in Research Data analysis
• Monitoring and evaluation of MDG projects( Conditional Grants Scheme & Quick -Wins under 2008 Appropriation Act) November,2009 to May 2010
• Identity, Social Network and Social Formation in Agbowo ( 2009)
• Monitoring and Evaluation of MDAs project, Keke NAPEP and Conditional Cash Transfer under Quick -Win Appropriation Act.( November 2008 to May 2010).
• Field work on Social changes and social organization in Ojoo Shasha Community, Ibadan 2007 using key informant interviewing methodology
• Field work on study that deal with urban congestion and the use of urban space: Implications for Environmental health and sanitation( A case study of Agbowo Community in Ibadan(2008)

(ix). AWARDS/SCHOLARSHIPS -
1. African Union Commission Scholarship for PhD. Programme in India

Member of Baptist Student fellowship

jnkvv

olayiwola et.al (2014): Provocation of Food Imbalance in Ogbomosho Metropolis of Oyo State, Nigeria. JNKVV Res. J 48(1), Pp 79-84.

(xi). HOBBIES AND EXTRA CURRICULUM ACTIVITIES:
• Researching, Teaching, Travelling, Listening to music and Meeting people.
• Member of Baptist Student fellowship
• Treasure, Charity Community Development Group, Asaba, Delta State, Nigeria.
• Member, Campaign Against HIV/AIDs Club(CAHACA) in Asaba, Delta State, Nigeria.

JNKVV, JABALPUR (MP)

Projects

POVERTY CYCLE DISPARITYAMONG PERI-URBAN FARMING HOUSEHOLDS IN UYO, NIGERIA.

Urban poverty is more acute than rural poverty and threatens to become worse as the rural exodus increases. This study compares poverty among peri-urban households by decomposing different poverty groups into sub-groups using Foster, Greer and Thorbecke weighted poverty measure. Eighty peri-urban households were sampled through multi-stage procedure. Results reveal that 0.48 of peri-urban farming households were impoverished whereas the poorest of the poor were 0.29. Poverty disparity shows that male headed households were poorer than female headed households. The incidence of poverty increased with age and household size, but decreases with years of education.

Provocation of food imbalance in Ogbomosho Metropolis of Oyo State, Nigeria

This paper focused on urban food security and insecurity with attention paid to the nature of the urban food system, asking the questions of what food insecure is, and why urban food insecurity exists. The analysis is based on survey gathered from 120 randomly selected households in the study area. A binary logit model was used to identify factors influencing household food insecurity. A total of twelve explanatory variables were included in the empirical model. Among variables considered, family size, annual income, amount of credit received, age of household head, farm size and livestock owned showed theoretically consistent and statistically significant effect on probability of household to be food insecure. Estimated coefficients of number of livestock owned and dependency ratio were inconsistent and statistically insignificant in determining the household food insecurity. Estimated coefficients of sex of household head, total off-farm income, education of household head and amount of food aid received were not significant in determining household food insecurity in the study area. The study concludes that there is need for a policy that provides adequately trained and equipped extension workers for disseminating improved agricultural technologies that has the potential of raising efficiency in food crop production, which enhances food security under present situation in Nigeria.

Progress and Challenges of Development Nexus in Nigeria

Development has long been a catch-all phrase and it now seems that everybody has something to say on the subject. It is indeed crucial to know what one is talking about, if only to allow for the differentiation of development from economic growth with which it is equated all too often. In point of fact, it is believed that the apparent failure of the development project can be attributed to precisely this misunderstanding surrounding the notion of development itself.

Inputs use Responses and Economic Structure of Principal Crops in Ogun State

Cost and returns studies are backbone in the field of research in agricultural economics which is quite evident of the fact that all systematic research in our discipline started with cost studies not only in Nigeria but at abroad also. These studies went through various stages and were refined every time with the experience, looking to inputs use differences and the nature of instability in cost and returns of principal crops in Ogun State of Nigeria. Principal crops relative changes were worked out which gives better comparison than absolute changes. Crops to be covered for the research work are: wheat, soya bean, grams, paddy, lentil, cotton and mustard oil. Taking into consideration the importance of the cost and return studies for farm planning and policy decisions at the micro level, the present study was conducted to analyze input use responses and economic structure of principal crops in Ogun State.

Qualifications & Certifications

JNKVV University's Agriculture College

University of Ibadan

lautech ogbomoso

School of Science, Oyo, Oyo state

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