21st October 2021
  • 9:11 pm Through the Eyes of Ides Ofune – Women Shouldn’t Have to Choose Between Motherhood and Higher Education
  • 9:52 am Research confirms that intermittent fast produces weight loss.
  • 3:20 am AfricTivists Releases list of 10 Pre-finalists for AfricTivists Civic Action Prize.
  • 7:32 am Pursuing the ‘Made In Africa’ dream: Google, AFDB to invest over $3 billion.
  • 8:50 am Global Teacher Prize 2021: Who will take home $1 million?
  • 8:23 am 11 Tips For Maintaining A Healthy Lifestyle

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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Education in Nigeria

Connected Development (CODE) with support from the MacArthur Foundation on Monday, 28 January 2019 trained officials from the State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB) and 23 educational secretaries of local government areas in Kaduna state, Nigeria. The training entitled “Monitoring and Evaluation in Basic Education Governance” aimed to equip these officials with skills on basic […]

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The education structure in Nigeria is no doubt an inheritance from the colonial interruption. It is therefore implausible not to blame the travails experienced by education seekers on the colonial and possibly, neo-colonial strategies. However, it is important to note that after gaining political independence, Nigeria and Nigerians had the opportunity to right any wrong […]

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I came across this tweet today and decided to pen down my thoughts. “The (highly educated, career) women whom we hope will reproduce are the ones who are NOT reproducing – Nickolas Zill @DIFI_Qatar Expert Group Meeting”.   This statement caught my attention because I was talking about it this morning with a colleague. There […]

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Nowadays, mothers are making the choice of working from home. It involves running a business by the side while carefully balancing the role of a mother, sometimes a wife. While it might sound like a great idea – spending time with the children and also growing a business, is not an easy feat. It could […]

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To mark the Menstrual Hygiene Day (MHD), Afrika Youth Movement (AYM) Nigeria Hub, on 28 May, 2018, took its campaign of #PeriodNotShame to Makoko community in Nigeria. The aim of campaign is to break the silence and combat period stigma, promote safe and hygienic practices in regards to sexual and reproductive health. The campaign targets girls […]

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Health

The Nigerian Government has increased paid maternity leave from 12 weeks to 16 weeks. This was formerly announced by the Minister for Labour and Employment, Senator Chris Ngige on Tuesday, 5 June 2018 while addressing a plenary session at the ongoing 107 International Labour Conference holding in Geneva. Senator Ngige stated that this increased maternity […]

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