18th October 2019
  • 9:11 pm Through the Eyes of Ides Ofune – Women Shouldn’t Have to Choose Between Motherhood and Higher Education
  • 12:14 pm Separatist Leader, Sissiku Ayuktabe writes from Prison to Cameroonian President Paul Biya: Let My People Go
  • 11:25 am Analysis on Chimamanda Adichie’s speech on women in Pre-colonial Igbo culture
  • 12:54 pm Ethiopia breaks tree Planting record with 350 million trees planted in a day
  • 12:31 pm How one man from Cameroon turned waste into a business
  • 11:33 pm World Health Organisation says quitting tobacco is one of the best things any person can do for their own health

Poverty is a major cause of children not gaining access to school. It is also a major cause of children not completing school and not learning once in school. For many of the children and young people who are not in school or not learning today, the causes of their educational exclusion or disadvantage lie […]

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Desert Bloom initiative is designed to identify and support small Non for Profit Organisations in Africa. We profile outstanding and credible organisations, make their programs/projects visible, and assist them in disseminating and promoting their upcoming projects/events. These set of organisations work tirelessly on the field doing great work and improving the lives of people living […]

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Yesterday, I took my daughter to class for a PhD seminar. You see, she was recovering from a bad flu and was very clinging. Leaving her at the daycare while I was away for lecture would have been a very bad idea for her and the daycare too. The two options I had were, stay […]

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Thursday, 21 February is international Mother Language Day to promote linguistic, cultural diversity and multilingualism. According to the Education Commission report, there is strong evidence that teaching children in their mother tongue has a lot of benefits, yet half of all children in low-and middle-income countries are not taught in a language they speak. I […]

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INNOVATING EDUCATION IN AFRICA EXPO 2019 CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS FOR ICT IN EDUCATION INNOVATIONS Theme: Harnessing the Capacity of ICT to ensure Inclusion, Quality and Impact in Education and Training in Africa. This Call is for African innovators to submit their relevant ICT based education innovations that are being successfully applied in African education systems. […]

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You have just completed your studies abroad and have to or want to return to Nigeria. For most people, the decision to move back is not theirs. The United Kingdom for example no longer gives the two year work permit visa which automatically gives you time to work before going back. For others, they make […]

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Do you know that Diaspora remittances continue to support the Nigerian economy? According to the 2019 Nigeria Economic Outlook by PWC, the Nigerian diaspora sent an estimated US$25 billion in remittances to the country in 2018, representing 6.1% of GDP. This was an increase from US$22 billion in 2017. The 2018 figure translates to 83% […]

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Are you tired of what you do and would like to change career paths? Did you realise what you studied for your first degree was not really what you like? Do you feel that your career does not give you the opportunity to make impact in the world? Are you unhappy and desire a change […]

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The Editorial Board of African Journal for the Prevention and Combating of Terrorism (AJPCT) invites scholarly articles on issue relating to Terrorism, Violent Extremism and Transnational Organized Crime in Africa for publication in the above journal. AJPCT is a peer-reviewed and cross-disciplinary journal published by the African Centre for the Study and Research on Terrorism […]

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Yesterday, I took my daughter to class for a PhD seminar. You see, she was recovering from a bad flu and was very clinging. Leaving her at the daycare while I was away for lecture would have been a very bad idea for her and the daycare too. The two options I had were, stay […]

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