The Voices for Change, V4C, held a state-level post-launch discussion roundtable for their widely read Landmark Research Report: “How to be a Man in Nigeria: Perceptions and Realities” last Thursday in Kano.
The idea for the discussion roundtable was to find out how much the report has influenced the way male
Ten Nigerians will participate in the 2016 Sustainaware, the African regional partnership conference taking place between 30th and 31st May, 2016 in Lusaka, the capital of Zambia, courtesy of Connected Development, CODE, a youth-based non-governmental organization working to improve access to information and empower local communities in Africa.
CODE‘s Sustainaware connects
They were religious extremists, who have fought each other trying to protect their co-religionists. One, Imam Muhammad Ashafa, had lost his spiritual mentor and two cousins courtesy of his worst enemy-turned-best friend, Wuye’s group. The other, Pastor James Wuye, had lost his right arm in the hands of his now
There are over 30 million out-of-school children, OOSC, across Sub Saharan Africa and one-third of that figure, over 10 million, is in Nigeria, according to UNESCO
Kano Civil Society Organizations, CSOs, working with UKaid/DFID’s Education Sector Support Programme in Nigeria, ESSPIN, on Tuesday, hosted a one-day state level advocacy dialogue with policymakers on child protection and inclusive education in Nigeria’s northwestern state of Kano.
Elder Bolaji Akpan Anani is the National President of the Nigerian Red Cross Society, NCRS. In a chat with African Newspage, he speaks on his effort to reposition the Society
The Nigeria Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative, NEITI, has applauded the pronouncement by the Nigerian President, Muhammadu Buhari, last week Thursday that Nigeria would establish a transparent central register of foreign companies bidding on public contracts and buying property.
Khuraira Musa, the CEO of Khuraira Cosmetics, is a US based internationally renowned makeup entrepreneur and celebrity makeup artist. Her story is typical of the saying from grass to grace: She lost her mother at birth and grew up as an orphan in a house made up of mud shacks
Hauwa Umar Aliyu is a nomadic Fulani woman who has helped built many schools for children of nomads in her native community of Birniwa in northern Nigeria as well as helped empowered several women by providing them soft loans for petty businesses. In an exclusive interview with African Newspage, the
Delegates at the conference blamed the various social vices youth engage in, including restive agitations and terrorism, on poor and wrong education