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ANNOTATED CURRICULUM VITAE
Name: EUGENE KEHINDE CAMPBELL.

Email: Campbell@mopipi.ub.bw
Professional Qualification:

1990/1976/1974: PhD/MA/PG Diploma (Population Studies), University of Ghana.

1973: B.A. (Hons. Geography), University of Sierra Leone, [Fourah Bay College]
Position Held at University of Botswana

April 1999 - present: Associate Professor, Department of Population Studies

August 1999 – August 2005: Deputy Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences

October 1994 – August 1997: Faculty Tutor, Faculty of Social Sciences

June 1990 - April 99: Senior Lecturer, Department of Demography

Feb. 1990 - June 94: Lecturer, Department of Demography


Position Held at Other Universities

1983-86: Lecturer, Department of Demography and Social Statistics, Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria.

1978-83: Lecturer/Demographer, United Nations Volunteer Programme - stationed in Liberia (UN-TCDC/UNFPA project in the University of Liberia, Monrovia).

Other Work Experience


1977-78: Town Planning Officer, Ministry of Housing and Country Planning, Freetown, Sierra Leone.

1977: Executive Officer, Ministry of Housing and Country Planning, Freetown, Sierra Leone.


Teaching: Several courses on Migration, Fertility, Urbanization, Research Methods and Social Development (Graduate and mostly Undergraduate Levels)
Research Awards and Grants:

1998-2006: Six research grants: Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) through

Southern African Migration Project (SAMP).

1997/1993: Two grants: Union for African Population Studies (UAPS) Small Grants Award.

1986: United Nations Fund for Population Activities (UNFPA) Research Grant.

1981: Rockefeller Foundation Research Grant.

1975: Population Dynamics Programme Research Grant.

Field Experience


2006: Informal cross border traders in Botswana, funded by the Department for International Development (DFID) through the Southern African Migration Project (SAMP), Queens University at Kingston, Canada.

2004: Migration and poverty in Botswana, funded by DFIDA/SAMP.

2004: International migration and remittances in Botswana, funded by DFID/SAMP.

2002/03: Potential brain drain in Botswana, funded by Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) through SAMP.

2001: Attitudes of citizens of Botswana toward immigrants, CIDA/SAMP.

1998: Brain Drain to and from Botswana, CIDA/SAMP.

1997/98: Adolescent Sexuality and Health Implications in Botswana: The Case of Gaborone and some Villages, funded by the Union for African Population Studies (UAPS), Dakar, Senegal.

1993: Street Children in Gaborone, funded by UAPS.

1992: Family size preferences among men and women in Botswana, self-funded.

1986-87: Fertility preferences of men in the Western Area of Sierra Leone, funded by UNFPA.

1983: Migration-fertility inter-relations among women in Ile-Ife, Nigeria, (Rockefeller Foundation).

1982: Fertility regulation of Vai males in Robertsport, Liberia, funded by Rockefeller Foundation.

1975: Demographic survey of the Western Area of Sierra Leone, funded by UNFPA.

Refereed Journal Articles

Campbell, E.K. (2007) Brain drain potential in Botswana, International Migration, 45(5): 115-145.

Campbell, E.K. (2007) Reflections on illegal migrations, Botswana and South Africa, African

Population Studies, 21(2): 23-44.

Campbell, E.K. (2003) Attitudes of Botswana citizens towards immigrants: Signs of xenophobia?



International Migration, 41(4): 71-111.

Campbell, E.K. (2003) A Note on Alcohol Consumption and Sexual behaviour of Youths in Botswana,



African Sociological Review, 7(1): 146-161.

Campbell, E.K. and Rakgoasi, S.D., (2002) Condom Use Among Youths in Botswana in the Era of

HIV and AIDS, Social Development Issues, 24(1): 56-67.

Campbell, E.K. (2001) Preferences for emigration among skilled citizens in Botswana, International

Journal of Population Geography, 7(3): 151-171.


Campbell, E.K. (2000) To stay or not to stay: Perspectives on the emigration potential of skilled Batswana, Africa Insight, 30(2): 48-55.

Campbell, E.K. & Ntsabane, T. (1997), Street children in Botswana: A case study in Gaborone, Social



Development Issues, 19(2/3), 39-53.

Campbell, E.K. & Campbell, P.G. (1997) Family size and sex preferences and eventual fertility behaviour in Botswana, Journal of Biosocial Science, 29(2), 191-204.

Campbell, E.K. & Ntsabane, T. (1996a) Health risk practices among street children in Gaborone,

Botswana, Journal of Comprehensive Health, 7(1), 23-33.

Campbell, E.K. & Tlhaodi, P.G. (1996b) Exploring inter-spouse response consistency in a demographic

survey of the Western Area of Sierra Leone, African Population Studies, No.11, 75-90.

Campbell, E.K. (1994) Fertility, family size preferences and future fertility prospects: The case of men in

the Western Area of Sierra Leone, Journal of Biosocial Science, 26(2), 273-277.



Reproduced (2000) with permission, in CD-ROM entitled Helping to Involve Men in Reproductive Health (HIM), Johns Hopkins University, School of Public Health, Maryland.

Campbell, E.K. (1993) Family size preferences of men in the Western Area of Sierra Leone: Methods and

determinants, Genus, IL(1-2), 181-199.

Campbell, E.K. (1991) Sex preferences for offspring among men in the Western Area of Sierra Leone,



Journal of Biosocial Science, 23(3), 337-342.

Campbell, E.K. (1989) A note on the fertility-migration interrelationship: The case of men in Western

Area, Sierra Leone, Demography India 18(1&2), 103-114.

Campbell, E.K. (1988) Rural-urban migration and rural development interrelations in West Africa: Some obstacles to goal achievement, African Urban Quarterly, 3(1&2), 34-49.

Campbell, E.K. (1986a) Male role in fertility decisions in Robertsport, Liberia: An experimental exercise

for policy formulation, Janasamkya, 4(1), 41-55.

Campbell, E.K. (1986b) Internal migration in the Western Area of Sierra Leone: An exercise for policy

formulation, African Urban Quarterly, 1(2), 86-101.

Campbell, E.K. (1985) Male role in fertility decisions in Robertsport, Liberia, Biology and Society, 2(3), 135-141.

Campbell, E.K. (1984) Mortality levels in Liberia and policy implications: An application of the census survival ratio method, Genus, XL(3-4), 97-116.



Campbell, E.K. (1983) A note on the role of migrant labour in Liberia, University of Liberia Journal,

(October), Monrovia, 25-34.


Chapters in Books

Campbell, E.K. (1998) Population distribution and urbanization, in W. Edge and M. Lekorwe (Eds),



Botswana: Politics and Society, J.L. van Schaik Publishers, Pretoria, 261- 280.

Campbell, E.K. & Shastri, G.N. (1994) Health for al by the year 2000? The impact of AIDS, in S. Brothers et al (Eds.), Botswana in the 21st Century, The Botswana Society, Gaborone, 455-464.

Campbell, E.K. (1987) Internal migration and regional development in Liberia", Chapter 10 in A. Adepoju (Ed), Internal Migration and Regional Development in Africa, African Population Dynamics (RIPS Monograph Series), No.2, Accra, 226-253.

Forthcoming: Campbell, E.K. International Migration and Urban Governance: The Case of Gaborone, Botswana, in Crush, J. and House, K. (Eds.) Migration and Urban Governance in Southern Africa. (2008).
Papers in Refereed Published Conference Proceedings

Campbell, E.K. (1995) Urbanization in Botswana, 1991 Population and Housing Dissemination Seminar, Central Statistics Office (ed), Gaborone, 63-79.

Campbell, E.K. (1993) Men's attitudes toward family planning practices in Africa, Reproductive Health in Africa, Union of African Population Studies, Dakar, 191-210.

Campbell, E.K., Majelantle, A., Majelantle, R. & Tlhaodi, P. (1992) Child and environment in Botswana: A note, Population and Environment in Africa, Union for African Population Studies, Dakar, 289-297.

Campbell, E.K. (1991) The influence of modernism on the desired family size: Method and application, Women, Family and Population, Vol.2, Union for African Population Studies, Dakar, 150-169.

Campbell, E.K. (1977) Population, housing and environment, Report of the First National Population Education Seminar, Institute of Education (ed.), Freetown, 71-86.




Unedited Published Conference Proceedings:

Campbell, E.K. (1992) Population development and environment and its effect on children in Botswana, Children in Especially Difficult Circumstances, UNICEF, Gaborone,.56-62.


Monographs

Pendleton, W., Crush, J., Campbell, E., Green, T., Simelane, H., Tevera, D. and Vletter, F. (2006) Migration,

Remittances and Development in Southern Africa, J. Crush (ed.), Migration Policy Series No.44: Southern African Migration Project, Cape Town.

Rakgoasi, D. & Campbell, E.K. (2004) Botswana Adolescent Sexual Practice and Health, No. 54, Union for

African Population Studies, Dakar, 67pp.

Campbell, E.K. & Oucho, J.O. (2003) Changing Attitudes to Immigration and Refugee Policy in Botswana, J.

Crush (ed.), Migration Policy Series No.28: Southern African Migration Project, Cape Town.

Campbell, E.K. & Ntsabane, T. (1995) Street Children in Gaborone, Botswana:Causes and Policy Implications, Union for African Population Studies, Dakar, 115pp.

Campbell, E.K. & Getaweh, S.M. (1982) Male Participation in Fertility Regulation in Liberia: Research and Policy Implications, DU/DSA/UL No.2, Demographic Unit, University of Liberia, Monrovia, 77pp.
Chapter in Monograph

Campbell, E.K. (2005) The potential brain drain from Botswana. In Crush, J. (Ed.), States of Vulnerability:



The Brain Drain of Future Talent to South Africa, Migration Policy Series No. 42, 8-18, Southern African Migration Project: Cape Town.

Campbell, E.K. (1980) Some Aspects of Migration in the Western Area of Sierra Leone. In Zachariah, K.C. et al. (Eds.), Demographic Aspect of Migration in West Africa, Vol.1, World Bank Staff Working Paper, No.414, Washington, D.C., SL 41-88.


Edited Published Technical Report

Presland, C., Selolwane, O., Obuseng, S. & Campbell, E. (1997) Gender Equity and Access to Economic



Opportunities in Agriculture in Botswana, Oxford Policy Management & Ministry of Agriculture, Ministry of Agriculture, Gaborone.

Srivastava, M.L., Campbell, E.K. & Chieh-Johnson, D. (1981) Population of Liberia: Report of the Analysis of the 1974 Census Data of Liberia, Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning, Monrovia.



Published Summary and Comment

Campbell, E.K. & Ntsabane, T. (1995) Street Children in Gaborone, Botswana: Causes and Policy Implications, Union for African Population Studies, Dakar, 13pp. (Further summarised in African Population Studies, No.11 (1996, p.112).

Campbell, E.K. (1992) Family size preferences among males and their implications for fertility behaviour –

A case study of the Western Area of Sierra Leone, RIPS Newsletter, No.40, Accra, 10-11.

Campbell, E.K. (1988) "Comment" on A.T. Salau's article entitled National Development and Regional

Planning in West Africa, Regional Development Dialogue, Special Issue, 114-116.

Campbell, E.K. & Getaweh, S.M. (1984) Male participation in fertility regulation in Liberia: Research and

policy implications, in H. Hatunen (Ed.), Family and Population, Helsinki, 327-328.


Unpublished Theses

1990: Family Size Preferences Among Males and Their Implications for Fertility Behaviour - A Case Study of



the Western Area of Sierra Leone, unpublished Ph.D. thesis, University of Ghana, Accra.

1976: Some Aspects of Migration and Urbanization in the Western Area of Sierra Leone, unpublished M.A.

thesis, University of Ghana, Accra.



Unpublished Technical Report

Campbell, E.K. & Garebamono, K. (1991) Population Development and Policy, Sectoral Report for the Programme Review and Strategy Development exercise for Botswana, UNFPA, Gaborone.

Campbell, E.K. (1982) Differential Labour Force Participation of Men and Women in Urban Liberia: An

Analysis of Census Data, Demographic Unit, University of Liberia, Monrovia.


Several Conference/Workshop Papers (1974-2007)
Graduate Research Supervision

2002/2005/: Supervised two successful M.A. dissertations in Population Studies.

2007: Currently supervising an M.A. dissertation in Population Studies.

2006) Supervised a successful M.A. research essay in Population Studies.

1996/1997: Supervised three successful Graduate Diploma dissertations in Population and Sustainable

Development.


Professional Service

ORGANIZER: The National Workshop for the Dissemination of the Results of SAMP Research in

Botswana, University of Botswana, February 14, 2007. I also made two paper presentations.

MEMBER: National Population Policy Mid-Term Review Committee, Government of Botswana

- 2006 to 2007.

COORDINATOR: Southern African Migration Project, Queens University, Canada (2004-2007). I was

Associate Coordinator from 2000 to 2004.

EXTERNAL EXAMINER: Department of Statistics and Demography, University of Swaziland, (2005-2007).

EXTERNAL EXAMINER: Two Doctor of Philosophy theses (2000-2003).

EXTERNAL EXAMINER: Botswana Institute of Administration and Commerce (2000 to 2004).

EXTERNAL ASSESSOR: Several applications for promotion to Associate Professor and Senior Lecturer

(2001-2003).

MEMBER: Editorial Advisory Board – African Review of Foreign Policy, a journal of the United

States International University in Nairobi.

EDITORIAL ADVISER and REFEREE: African Urban Quarterly (1986-1997).

PEER REVIEWER (of manuscripts): International Migration Review (Washington, D.C.),International Migration (Washington, D.C.) African Population Studies (Union for African Population Studies), Africa Development, African Sociological Review, Identity, Culture and Politics and African Journal of International Affairs (CODESRIA) and Agenda - 2002 to now.

MEMBER: Several professional associations, including Galton Institute, Biosocial Society and Union for

African Population Studies (1981-present).


Signature Date

__________________ ____ 5th March 2008 __



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