The African Women Global Technology Initiative is a cross-border networking series designed to gather ideas to close the gender gap in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) in African countries. This initiative was started by a group of young women with a shared objective; to motivate and inspire women and girls to pursue careers in technology by organizing cross-border networking events.
The United Nations organ working for the empowerment of women, also known as UN Women, has pledged support to Edo State Government’s policies aimed at protecting women and girls as well as strategies deployed by the Governor Godwin Obaseki-led administration in curbing human trafficking.
The Lagos State Government has partnered with the Benjamin Olowojebutu Foundation (BOF), a non-governmental organisation, to provide free surgical intervention for 100 people in the state.
The CEO of Sri Global Ventures, Babatunde George Ojo, popularly known as Sri George, has declared
that improving Nigeria education sector from the grassroots is the solution to the diverse vices among
An NGO, Beacon Youths Initiative (BYI), has organised free hepatitis test for 1,000 people in Nasarawa State.
Young Moms Support Initiative, a Non-Governmental Organisation, on Saturday trained more than 50 women on various skills to curb depression.
Clean Tech Hub, a non governmental organization which focuses on research, policy development and consumer awareness on climate resilience has said that 55% of Nigerians lacked access to electricity.
Some children were recently the beneficiaries of the kind gesture of a non-governmental organisation, The Bluebaby Support Initiative (BBS), which presented them with reading materials, school uniforms, school bags and sandals, among others.
The Founder of White Angels Foundation,Suzzygold Nzelu, has advocated the full integration of albinos into the society instead of victimizing and discriminating against them.
The Women’s Right Advancement and Protection Alternative (WRAPA), an NGO, has called for stringent punitive measures against rape to deter offenders.
A non-governmental organisation, RARDUJA International, has organised a workshop for nurses in Imo State on the dangers of illegal migration.
Emotions ran high asindigent parents of pupils of Banjo Nursery and Primary School, Ottumara, Ilaje, Lagos, watched as Sparkle Foundation doled out items to their children.
The Niger Delta Development Commission, NDDC, in partnership with some Non-Governmental Organizations, has rehabilitated prisons and inmates in some selected prisons in Delta, Edo and Ondo states with a charge on the NGOs to do more to save humanity.
A non-governmental Organisation (NGO), The Candlelight Foundation, held a ‘Walk Against Hunger’ in Lagos to raise funds for the needy.
The Convener of the Satisfied Soul Initiative free medical outreach in Ketu, Lagos State, Mrs. Abosede Iyi-Eweka, has urged Nigerians not to abuse drugs by purchasing them over the counter without a doctor’s prescription.