BATOP Research and Consulting Services LLC is a global consortium of qualified and experienced researchers, data analysts, writers, editors and dissertation coaches with specialization in a range of disciplines that encompass the social sciences, sciences, engineering, arts and humanities. Our team of PhDs deploys their expert knowledge and technical expertise to support clients - individuals, businesses, NGOs, governments and intergovernmental agencies – with research and program support, data collection and analysis, writing, editorial and dissertation support services in a timely and effective manner. We also support our clients with data reporting, visualization and presentation.
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Dr. Eloho Ese Basikoro is the founder and president of BATOP Research and Consulting Services LLC and has over 10 years of professional experience in teaching, research and international development in multinational contexts. She holds a doctorate degree in Health and Medical Geography from the University of Washington, Seattle, where she taught classes on geography, gender, development, and global health. She holds two master’s degrees in Geography, and Geography & Regional Planning from Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, USA, and the University of Benin, Nigeria, respectively. She is also a Senior Research Associate at Management & Development (M&D) Consulting, an international, multi-disciplinary team of experienced management and program experts who provide technical assistance and support services globally to non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and international development agencies working on development-related issues.
Dr. Basikoro’s core competencies include HIV/AIDS, Global Health, Gender & Women, International Development, Critical Development Studies, Feminist Political Ecology, Climate Change-Global Warming, and Human-Environment Relations. Her skills and technical expertise span qualitative and quantitative research design/methodologies, qualitative and quantitative data collection and analysis, program implementation and management, monitoring and evaluation, community engagement and development, grant writing and proposal development, and Geographic Information Systems (GIS). As part of her professional experience working in the NGO sector, she has implemented and evaluated several donor-funded programs in over 100 communities in sub-Saharan Africa. Dr. Basikoro has also consulted for the United Nations Children’s Funds (UNICEF).
Dr. Basikoro has several conference presentations to her credit, in both local and international contexts. She is also well-published in peer-reviewed journals. Dr. Basikoro is passionate about gender equality and protecting the rights of the vulnerable, like women and children. Her PhD research which uncovered the gendered barriers and inequalities to treatment access and adherence among HIV-positive women in the marginalized communities of Nigeria’s Niger Delta region, embodies this passion. Dr. Basikoro’s research attracted substantial funding from the prestigious Association of American University Women (AAUW) and she was subsequently profiled during the 2012 World AIDS day as one of the fellows doing important gender research on women and HIV/AIDS. Her book, “Pathologies of Patriarchy: Death, Suffering, Care and Coping in the Gendered Gaps of HIV/AIDS Interventions in Nigeria,” based on this research was released in October 2019 but with a 2020 publication date, by Rowman & Littlefield International Press (RLI), United Kingdom. You can order a copy of this book on RLI and Amazon.
Dr. Basikoro is based in the USA, and she loves to read, cook, and travel. As a member of the Association of American University Women (AAUW), she also spends her time promoting gender equality for women and supporting AAUW efforts through lobby corps visits to lawmakers in Washington DC, to promote gender-sensitive legislation as well as AAUW's annual book sales, the proceeds which provide scholarships to several minority female students in Montgomery County, Maryland.
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