World Malaria Day is an occasion to highlight the need for continued investment and sustained political commitment for malaria prevention and control. It was instituted by WHO Member States during the World Health Assembly of 2007.
The theme for Earth Day 2021 is Restore Our Earth, which focuses on natural processes, emerging green technologies, and innovative thinking that can restore the world’s ecosystems.
A nonprofit organisation, The Workplace Youth Initiative (TWYI), said it partnered with Oracle Academy and other tech-based institutions to train undergraduates from Nigerian tertiary institutions to create applications.
A Non-Governmental Organisation, Lift Above Poverty Organisation, (LAPO), has called for concerted efforts to ensure proper nutrition for Nigerian children in order to protect their overall well-being.
Gender Mobile Initiative is a non-governmental organization established primarily to complement the policy and program effort of Government and relevant stakeholders in eliminating sexual and gender-based violence and particularly in environments of learning.
In its commitment to address the issues affecting girls confidence and empowerment, leading consumer goods company, Procter & Gamble (P&G) Nigeria partnered with the Women at Risk International Foundation (WARIF) to facilitate the educational programs (WARIF Educational School Program – WESP) around Gender Based Violence, helping girls build their confidence while supporting the organisation with the acquisition of personal protective equipment (PPE) for WARIF’s front line health care.
As part of the ongoing Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) project, Premium Pension has partnered with a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) to sponsor a free eye cataract surgery to 75 aged and indigent persons in Zaria and Kaduna States.
Fish farmers in Ebute Afuye, Epe got a boost from a corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiative sponsored by CFAO Group through CFAO Yamaha Motor Nigeria Limited in partnership with a local NGO, HEDA Resource Centre.
The Centre for Social Change and Economic Development Nigeria (CSCED) says it is training 600 farmers and herders on alternative feedstock and commercial opportunities from its value chain development in Taraba to mitigate farmers/herders crisis in the state.
In a bid to make healthcare accessible for more Nigerians, African Cleanup Initiative (ACI) and Medicard Health Management have initiated a partnership that will enable Nigerians to pay for health care services with recyclable waste.
The Acting Canadian High Commissioner to Nigeria, Nicholas Simard, says no fewer than 70 per cent of girls and women in Nigeria between the age range of 15 – 49 were being subjected to one form of Sexual and Physical violence at least one in their lives.
The Green Worship team presented N7.5m from proceeds gotten from the latest edition to select Non-governmental organizations targeted at vulnerable children and children with special needs. The cheque presentation took place on Thursday, February 25, 2021, in Lagos, Nigeria.
World Down Syndrome Day (WDSD) , 21 March, is a global awareness day which has been officially observed by the United Nations since 2012.
Recycling is a key part of the circular economy, helping to protect our natural resources. Each year the ‘Seventh Resource’ (recyclables) saves over 700 million tonnes in CO2 emissions and this is projected to increase to 1 billion tons by 2030. There is no doubt recycling is on the front line in the war to save the future of our planet and humanity.
Driven by its passion to support youths in Africa through career development, skill acquisition and entrepreneurship development for self-reliance, Crown Africa Foundation has concluded the maiden edition of its ‘Help A Dream project’.