Martha is a graduate of Development Economics and International Cooperation from the University of Rome, Tor Vergata. She enjoys writing and researching topics in development, sociology, and religion.
DEVELOPMENT - 06 FEB 2020
Commercial sex work is a lucrative sector, can Nigeria possibly tap into its potential?
DEVELOPMENT - 13 AUG 2019
There are 98 million Nigerians living in multidimensional poverty- but what does it mean?
DEVELOPMENT - 24 APR 2018
Why would a richer country not always be healtheir than a poorer country?
DEVELOPMENT - 18 JAN 2018
Bad roads lead to loss of lives but also impede Nigeria's economic development. What can we do aout this?
DEVELOPMENT - 17 NOV 2017
Conventional wisdom suggests that poverty fuels terrorism, but some evidence says otherwise.
DEVELOPMENT - 18 SEP 2017
Have you ever wondered if society benefits from the everyday inequality and poverty?
DEVELOPMENT - 11 AUG 2017
Could the poor be both victims and perpetrators of their poverty?
DEVELOPMENT - 07 JUL 2017
Informal settlements emerge when urban migration is mishandled by planners in cities.
DEVELOPMENT - 13 MAY 2017
How do the genders (sexes) experience health/healthcare?
DEVELOPMENT - 21 APR 2017
Is the good life a happy one or is a happy life a good one?
DEVELOPMENT - 24 MAR 2017
Happiness is becoming a more important measure of welfare. We investigate the benefits of the approach
DEVELOPMENT - 16 FEB 2017
Can some religions help or hinder economic development? Maybe...
DEVELOPMENT - 02 FEB 2017
Analysing how microfinance has performed in reducing poverty in Nigeria.
DEVELOPMENT - 06 JAN 2017
An in-depth look at the relationship between economic growth and inequality in Nigeria.