ActionAid Calls for Care-Centered Approach to Women’s Welfare In Commemoration of International Women's Day
As Nigeria joins rest of the world to commemorate 2021 International Women’s Day, IWD, an International Civil Society Organisation, ActionAid Nigeria, AAN, Monday, called for care-centered approach on women’s welfare.
International Women's Day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity. Significant activity is witnessed worldwide as groups come together to celebrate women's achievements or rally for women's equality.
An Abuja based businessman and comic merchant, Mc Tagwaye has unveiled a non-for-profit organisation called “Tagwaye Foundation.”
The Tony Elumelu Foundation (TEF), Africa’s leading philanthropy dedicated to empowering African entrepreneurs and has opened applications on its TEFConnect digital platform.
Ten years ago, the policy landscape for digital learning was uncertain. Schools and the public did not realize early the potential that the effective use of technology can have to close inequities and personalize instructional opportunities for students.
Determined to create, generate and sustained employment for the unemployed, the Nasarawa Industry for Creative Entertainment (NICE) a nongovernmental Organization in collaboration with Annimond catering school trained and empowered over 100 women, youths on catering services and other skills to make them self reliance.
The digital economy is transforming the world of work. Over the past decade, expansion in broadband connectivity, cloud computing, and data have led to the proliferation of digital platforms, which have penetrated several sectors of the economy and societies. Since early 2020, the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic have led to remote working arrangements and allowed for the continuation of many business activities, further reinforcing the growth and impact of the digital economy.
Five Cowries Arts Education Initiative has launched an E-Learning Platform that enable SDG action in line with Nigeria’s education curriculum to supplement the printed worksheets released in 2020.
As Nigeria joins the rest of the world to commemorate Valentine’s Day on Sunday, a Non-Governmental Organisation, NGO, Great Minds International, GMI, took out time to reach out and enlighten teenage girls and students of Esenaebe College, Bomadi, Bomadi Local Government Area of Delta State, on personal hygiene during menstrual flow.
US and Project Enable Africa Unveil Support Programme for Physically-Challenged Female Entrepreneurs
A Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO), Project Enable Africa, in a collaboration with the United States Government have officially launched the 2021 edition of Business Support Program for female entrepreneurs and dedicated it to support women living with disabilities in the country.
Tagwaye Foundation to Hold Official Launch and Fundraising Ceremony to Support Education of Underprivileged Children in Nigeria
With the visionary mandate of connecting bridges and restoring hopes, a non governmental Organization in Nigeria known as Tagwaye Foundation is set to host its Official Launching and Fund Raising Ceremony for underprivileged and vulnerable children and households respectively.
Shea Empower Foundation to Empower 30,000 Oyo Women on Best Practices for Quality Shea Nut Collection
NO fewer than 30,000 women in Oyo State will, within the next three years, benefit from an empowerment scheme of a Non-Governmental Organisation, Shea Empowerment Foundation (SEF) in partnership with Global players in the Shea industry with a view of optimising the potentials derivable from the local Shea value chain.
An NGO, Sisters of Jannah, has donated clothes, food and other items to Unguwan Miyetti Allah in Rigasa Kaduna, where orphans, widows and other vulnerable members of the community are in dire need of help.
The Society for Planet and Prosperity a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO), on Saturday began cleanup at Jabi Lake fishing area in the Federal Capital Territory, (FCT). Mr Oghenemere Orugbo, Executive Director of the organisation who supervised the exercise said that the aim was to create awareness on the dangers of living in a filthy environment.
In recent years, the United Nations, the World Health Organization and other UN agencies have recognised the urgent need for a global commitment and when leaders speak up and take action we give ourselves a chance to make history and to move towards a world without cancer.