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  • Area of Specialization: Home Economics Education
  • Department of Business Education

  • Unomah Elizabeth Ngozi was born on th 5th of December, 1956. Attended Sacred Heart Convent School Inalende Ibadan where she obtained her Primary School Leaving Certificate in 1963. She obtained her West African School Leaving Certificate in 1976. She obtained her NCE Certificate in 1982, obtained her B.Sc. Ed. in Home Economics from Bendel State University. Presdently, she holds a Ph.D. Degree in Curriculum and Instruction (Home Economics). She taught Home Economics at the Secondary School level. Presently, she is a Senior Lectural in the Department of Vocational Education in Delta State University, Abraka.
    My Publications
  1. Unomah, E. N. (2016) Meal Management Competency Needs of Home Economics Students of Colleges of Education for Entrepreneural Development., Delta Business Eduation Journal
    Vol.6(1) Pages: 186-192

  2. Unomah, E. N. (2015) Students' Perception on Relevance of Student's Industrial Work Experience Scheme (SIWES) for Capacity Building of Vocational Home Economics Students., Nigerian Vocational Association Journal
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  3. Unomah, E. N. (2015) Assessment of Hygiene Practices adopted by Home Economics Students during food preparation practicals in Delta State University, DELSU Journal of Education Research and Development
    Vol.2(2) Pages: 199-205

  4. Adebisi, T. T.; Opaeke, D. O. and Unomah, E. N. (2015) Attitudinal Effects of Beneficiaries Involvement on Lagos State Empower and Researches Network Programme in Catering Skills. , Nigerian Journal of Education, Health and Technology Research
    Vol.7 Pages: 1-8

  5. Unomah, E. N. (2014) Home Economics As A Tool for National Development: Strategies for Improvement, Research in Education Journal
    Vol.20(1) Pages: 15-18

  6. Adebisi, T. T.; Arubayi, D. O. and Unomah, E. N. (2014) Assessment of Skills Possessed by Youths that Engage in Resist Fabric Dying Enterprise, Home Economics Research Journal (HERAN)
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  7. Adebisi, T. T.; Unomah, E. N. and Arubayi D. O. (2014) Assessment of Skills Possessed by Youth that Engage in Resist Fabric Dying Enterprise, Journal of Home Economics Research
    Vol.21 Pages: 158-166

  8. Unomah, E. N. (2012) Skills Development in Home Economics for Poverty Alleviation: Strategy for Achieving Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), Journal of Teacher Perspective
    Vol.6(3) Pages: 634 - 640

  9. Unomah, E. N. (2012) Innovative Strategies for Nutrition Instruction in Secondary Schools in Nigeria. , Nigeria Vocational Association Journal
    Vol.17(1) Pages: 54-61

  10. Unomah, E. N. (2011) The Place of Information Communication Technology in Vocational Home Economics in Nigeria, Proceedings of the 2011 Annual International Conference, Faculty of Education, Delta State University, Abraka
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  11. Ukpore, B. A.; Imonikebe, B.U.; Unomah E. and Sonzey J. A. (2006) The Role of Home Economics in the Development of Acceptable Foods for Family Health , S. C. Ukala (ed), African Arts and National Development
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  12. Unomah, E. N. (2005) The Place of Home Economics Education in the Survival of the Nigerian Family. , Journal of Home Economics Research
    Vol.6(2) Pages: 101-105

  13. Unomah, E. N. (2000) Education for Serlf Reliance: Focus on the Implementation of Home Economics Programme in Secondary Schools, S. C. Eyibe (ed); Philosphy of Technology Education
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  14. Unomah, E. N. (1998) Problems of Vocational and Technical Education as the Base of Nation's Progress, Nigerian Journal of Curriculum and Instruction
    Vol.7(1) Pages: 106 - 111

  15. Osakwe, E. and Unomah, E. N. (1998) Home Economics Instructional and Improvisation in Secondary Schools. Challenges in the 21st Century, Social Studies Quarterly
    Vol.2(3) Pages: 31 - 36