Dr (Mrs.) Ndidi-Paschal Ogochukwu Anyoha

Dr (Mrs.) Ndidi-Paschal Ogochukwu Anyoha

Senior Lecturer


Dr. Mrs.Anyoha, Ndidi-Paschal Ogochukwu a Senior Lecturer at Federal University of Technology, Owerri, Imo State has published extensively in journals, books etc. Before joining FUTO University Community, she has represented Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC), Nigeria in Litigation and Community Service in South-South Nigeria. She is a member of many professional bodies within and outside the country such as National Association of Technology Teachers, Nigeria Agricultural Extension Society of Nig. (AESON) Organic Agriculture Project in Tertiary Institution in Nigeria (OAPTIN), Society for Community Mobilization for Sustainable Development, New Delhi.


Dr. Anyoha is married to Dr. Paschal Anyoha, and they are blessed with lovely children. She teaches both under graduate and graduate courses.

Member of Professional Bodies
  • Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria (AESON)
  • Organic Project in Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria (OAPTIN)
  • Agricultural Society of Nigeria (ASN)

Issues relating to women and youth in Agriculture (to extract the best in women and youths so as to make the agricultural sector achieve its potentials)

  • Anyoha, N.O and Anaeto, C.F. (2007). Influence of fund availability on the adoption of improved agricultural technologies among farmers involved in the Special Programme for Food Security in Rivers State, Nigeria. Global Approaches to Agricultural Extension Practice (GAEP), Vol. 3, No. 2, pp. 156-159.
  • Anyoha, N.O. and Chikaire, J. (2010). Population pressure as it affects farmers’ wellbeing and implication for development in Ngor Okpala LGA Imo State. Journal of Agriculture and Veterinary Services. Centre for Research and Innovations. http://www.cenresin.org.
  • Anyoha, N.O., Anaeto, C.F. Nnadi, F.N. and Ajaero, J.O. (2010). The effects of environmental degradation on agriculture in Delta State. International Journal of Agriculture and Rural Development (IJARD). Vol. 10 (2), pp. 143-149.