Community development in Eastern Nigeria.

Publisher: Eastern Nigeria Ministry of Internal Affairs, Publisher: Printed by Government Printer in Enugu

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SeriesOfficial document of 1962 ;, no. 20.
ContributionsJackson, I. C., Eastern Nigeria (Nigeria). Ministry of Internal Affairs.
LC ClassificationsJQ3099.E2 A22 1962, no. 20
The Physical Object
Pagination38 p. :
Number of Pages38
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5593462M
LC Control Number67121655

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This book is a documentary of the author’s experience as head of a town union government in Eastern Nigeria. The book highlights the desperate plight of the poor in societies that are in transition from rural to urban communities and draws attention to the increasing demands on town union governments as agents of change in such : Felix Nweke.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Jackson, I.C. Advance in Africa. Community development in Eastern Nigeria. book London, Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book. The Eastern Region was an administrative region in Nigeria, dating back originally from the division of the colony Southern Nigeria in Its first capital was capital was later moved to Enugu and the second capital was region was officially divided in into three new states, the East-Central State, Rivers State and South-Eastern l: Enugu.

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CHAPTER 9 Community Financing of Schools in Eastern Nigeria S. I G W E Among the people of Eastern Nigeria, community development through self-help has become almost a way of life.

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Trade without rulers: pre-colonial economic development in south-eastern Nigeria David Northrup Snippet view - his latest book is AFRICA'S DISCOVERY OF EUROPE, In and he served as president of the World History Association. Bibliographic information.

Gwilym Iwan Jones (G.I. Jones) first went as a colonial officer to eastern Nigeria inbefore becoming a university lecturer in social anthropology at Cambridge after the second World War.

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This vivid account of the rise of the remarkable slave and palm oil trading states in the Niger delta in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries also analyses the relation of political development to economic change. The author's field studies among the Ijo, Ibibio, and Ibo peoples have made possible an analysis of the essential processes of economic and political transformation which lay Reviews: 1.

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iv HUMAN DEVELOPMENT REPORT ACHIEVING HUMAN DEVELOPMENT IN NORTH EAST NIGERIA List of Tables Table Population and Ethnic Diversity of the Six States in North-Eastern Nigeria 5 Table Percent land use in Northern Nigeria using the SALU 13 Table Household Size of Respondents The World Bank has approved $ million in IDA credit to rebuild the livelihoods of those badly affected by the crisis.

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Agency for International Development (USAID), Nigeria’s Bayero University in Kano (BUK), and Florida State University (FSU) in. The Trading States of the Oil Rivers - A Study of Political Development in Eastern Nigeria by G.I.

Jones,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.The study examined attitude of youth towards rural development projects in Ogba communities of Rivers State, Nigeria. One hundred and twenty youths in the study area were involved in the study and.This book was inspired by Trade and Politics in the Niger Delta and is an attempt to extend the trail blazed by that work.

But in its approach it has moved from the general expanse of the Niger Delta to its Eastern margin, and from the Foreign Office and other British records to the oral traditions and social anthropology of the people living there.