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Why is there no Disability Law in Nigeria? – Irene Patrick-Ogbogu, DRAC Boss

In Nigeria, it is estimated that 26 million people are living with disabilities, 13 million of which are women. Women With Disabilities (WWDs) are confronted with myriad of challenges such as poverty, social exclusion, stigma and discrimination, and lack of access to health services and various other human rights abuses and above all they are considered the poorest of the ...

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APPLY: 2014/2015 SPDC Joint Venture University Scholarship Award Scheme

The Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria Limited (Operator of the NNPC/SHELL /TEPN/AGIP Joint Venture) Scholarship Scheme offers first year students in all Nigerian universities the opportunity to study with an annual grant from the SPDC JV for the full duration of their course. CLICK HERE TO APPLY

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[LISTEN & DOWNLOAD] SUPER ANGEL BY MR CALI

Uche ifechukwude Calistus a.k.a Mr Cali is an artiste based in Delta State Nigeria. Began his music career at tender age of 13 with teen group called “The Run”. Mr Cali went solo upon his admission into tertiary institution. Mr Cali is an extraordinarily gifted song writer and performer. He had been a major contender at the top platforms such ...

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UNESCO, TZE train FCT schools on Mobile Applications

  The Zariah Elizabeth (TZE) Foundation in collaboration with United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) have successfully trained about 63 students from various secondary schools in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) in Mobile Application Training Workshop. “This 4 week intensive workshop at the Government Secondary School (GSS), Jabi was organised to broad the horizon of these young techies, ...

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HBF Advocates #GREENWAKA, Green Transport Campaign in #Abuja

Henrichi Beoll Foundation (HBF) has brought together key individuals and CSOs in environmental advocacy in a roundtable on a proposed agenda for Green Transport using FCT, Abuja as its first model for the agenda. The objective of the roundtable is to assess the consequences of excessive carbon emission from public transport and commercial vehicles causing high degree of air pollution ...

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Stratex Pro Convenes 2015 Electricity Market Summit in Abuja

  2015 Electricity Market Summit held today 20th August in Abuja. The theme: “Charting a strategic Course for the Nigerian Electricity Market for Improve Productivity and Competitiveness Post 2015 elections”. This is towards achieving workable/strategic plan of actions and implementation strategies in addressing persistent challenges facing the power sector in Nigeria. The summit is an initiative of Stratex Pro, a ...

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LOVE & RELATIONSHIP: Things You Need to Know Before You ‘tie that knot’!!!

The idea of marriage often brings to mind the stuff of fantasies or numerous Pinterest boards. There’s a bride wearing the most beautiful white dress. The groom is at the altar adjusting the sleeves of his dapper three-piece suit. The bridesmaids with their little bouquets are looking on. And then there are your friends and family, crying tears of joy ...

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Oxfam Applauds Muslim Leaders’ #ClimateChange Call to Action

In response to today’s publication of the Islamic Declaration on Global Climate Change at the International Islamic Climate Change Symposium in Istanbul, Lies Craeynest, Food and Climate Justice lead at Oxfam International, said: “Today’s declaration is an unprecedented call by Muslim leaders to end the destruction of Earth’s resources. It follows the recent encyclical issued by Pope Francis – the ...

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SIX WAYS TO MAKE OTHERS HAPPY!!!

Happiness is something we just cannot live without in this life that is full with various obstacles and challenges. Although it might not be easy to maintain happiness through the ups and downs, we sure need to try to stay happy as long as we can and in every possible moment. The best thing about happiness is that it is ...

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APPLY: ONE AFRICA AWARDS!!!!

I received this yesterday from ONE headquarters. Read below: Dear DOTUN, Since the Millennium Development Goals were agreed in 2000, Africa has made amazing progress in the fight against extreme poverty. Agricultural productivity has increased in Malawi; more children are going to primary school in Ghana, Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda, and malaria  has fallen in Niger, Togo and Zambia. It’s ...

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