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#WorldCancerDay: Join The Fight Against Cancer on 6th February in #Abuja!!!

WORLD CANCER DAY walk, race & cycle against cancer is a global platform for cancer awareness, fundraising and free breast, cervical and prostate cancer screenings. You are invite to join over over 500 people on the streets of Abuja to walk for 1.5km against cancer, over 50 cyclists to ride for 10km, over 150 runners who will race for 3km. ...

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SOCIAL GOOD NIGERIA ANNOUNCES THE WINNER FOR POP-INCUBATOR PROJECT 2015

In the quest to promote innovation among the Nigerian youths and inculcate in them the spirit of entrepreneurship, Social Good Nigeria initiated Pop-up Incubator 2015 project across six major cities in Nigeria.  This had six finalists emerged with their individual ICT based innovations and projects competed and at last a winner has finally emerged.   Below is the press release ...

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EU trains Security Agents in #Africa on Transnational Crimes Control

By Kunle Adedeji Over the next three years, the Institute for Security Studies (ISS) and its partners will be working across Africa to better understand transnational organised crime, and how to deal with it. In November 2015, the European Union (EU) Commission awarded the ISS, UN Office on Drugs and Crime and INTERPOL a grant to enhance African capacity to ...

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Committee brainstorms on awareness strategy, advocate safe adoption of Biotechnology

By Etta Michael Bisong   Abuja   Stakeholders constituting scientists, journalists, public and private sector representatives have called on the Federal Government to consider adoption of safe Biotechnology as alternative to safeguard Nigeria’s economy from impacts of the dwindling global oil price.    To demonstrate support and help increase public acceptance of this technology, the group has embarked on the ...

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Africa’s Economic Development Crisis: Towards a Truly RISING Africa!

By Chambers Umezulike Nairobi, Kenya Despite over five decades of self-rule, Africas desires and hopes remain largely unattained. On poverty, the new figures confirm that sub-Saharan Africa has been the least successful region of the world in reducing poverty ($1.25 per day). According to the United Nations’ Human Development Report of 2015, the bottom 17 ranked nations (151st to 175th) ...

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PRESS RELEASE: YIAGA LAUNCHES THE YOUNG LEGISLATORS ACCOUNTABILITY PROJECT (#YLAPNG)

The Youth Initiative for Advocacy, Growth and Advancement (YIAGA), with support from Open Society Initiative for West Africa (OSIWA) and the IPU Forum of Young Parliamentarians invites the general public to the official media launch of the Young Legislators Accountability Project (#YLAPNG). #YLAPNG is a project designed to enhance legislative accountability through effective citizens’ participation whilst building a cohesive young ...

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The role of young people in the implementation of #SDGs

BY OLADOTUN FADEYIYE From fighting Ebola in Sierra Leone to responding to the earthquakes in Nepal, children and young people were at the heart of some of 2015’s most difficult crises. Not, as you might imagine, as the victims, but as the protagonists. Often away from the headlines, young people are driving positive change in the face of momentous and ...

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Apply: KPMG – Lines of business Management Coordinator

RESPONSIBILITIES     Lines of business (LOB) strategy sessions, technical sessions and national accounts meetings. (i)   Set up all logistics arrangements for the meeting: seek for the venue to hold the meeting and send out meeting invites to all members of the LOB teams. (ii)     Obtain the details of ‘sold jobs’ and proposals sent: client, fees, nature of work, ...

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Afe Babalola University Seeking Over 24 Academic Staffs

About the University Afe Babalola University, Ado-Ekiti (ABUAD) is a Federal Government Licensed Private University situated at Ado-Ekiti. Location: The University which is built on a permanent site covers an area of 1,300 Acre of land on a high altitude of 17,500ft above sea level thereby providing cool and ideal climate for learning, sporting activities and commercial agriculture. Structures on ...

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United Nations Academic Impact Global Youth Forum 2016 – New York City (fully-funded)

Deadline: March 31, 2016 The United Nations Academic Impact (UNAI), in collaboration with ELS Educational Services, Inc., (ELS) invites students to participate in the 2016 Many Languages, One World Student Essay Contest and Global Youth Forum. Share your ideas and be heard… perhaps even in the General Assembly Hall of the United Nations! 60 Students will be selected as delegates to the 2016 United ...

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