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Female Volunteer Mentors Needed: LitClubs in #Abuja

  Hello Readers LitClub holds every Saturday by 2pm and it is organized by Global Girls Rising and LitWorld’s 10,000 Global Girls Initiative in partnership with Connected Development [CODE] and Reaching Out To African Girls Initiative (ROTAGI). LitClubs offer members a safe space in which to explore their reading, writing, speaking and listening lives with the guided mentorship of a ...

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Be Part of COVEST 2015!!!

  What is COVEST? Conference of Volunteers for Economic & Social Transformation. COVEST 2015 is being hosted by the Office of the Special Adviser to the President on Social Development & Special Duties of the Presidency, with the support of other key stakeholders, sponsors and private sector operators with vast Corporate Social Responsibilities Project & Programmes.   What does COVEST ...

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#SupportACamp, A Project To Save the Lives Of IDPs in Nigeria

Dotun Roy Young professionals in Abuja has kicked off “Support A Camp” Project. Support A Camp is a project aimed at supporting the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in Nigeria, particularly the victims of Boko Haram attacks in the Northeastern Nigeria states. Support A Camp Team which comprises upwardly mobile young professionals from various fields decided to visit one of the ...

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Stakeholders Task Young People on Access To Quality Education

  Etta Michael Bisong Abuja Stakeholders have tasked young people to mobilise and seek their rights to education from political authorities to facilitate socio-economic growth across Nigeria. The experts, who gave the charge during a 1-day capacity training workshop organised by Civil Society Action Coalition on Education For All (CSACEFA) in Abuja, noted that the call has become necessary due ...

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CITIZEN'S RIGHTS AND THE #VAPPBILL

Dotun Roy One paramount objective of any nation is the provision of adequate security in ensuring peaceful co-existence of her citizens. And most times, this is achieved through the delivery of viable security services which prohibit violence of any sort. Across the globe, various legislative actions have been applied toward ensuring violence free societies particularly in the last few decades. The ...

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#Nigeria: Postponing The #Doomsday? Or…

Dotun Roy In as much as I always try to avoid the use of negative words and headings for any of my write up/article, and even the use of aggressive tone is not in my style of writing, but I couldn’t just help it, than to use the above title for this article. That was after I have exhausted all ...

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#Vacancy: Data Entry Clerks!!!

Data entry Clerks (Consultants) for NOMIS database update Ref Number: DC-HIV-001-2015 Association for Reproductive and Family Health (ARFH) a Principal Recipient to the Global Fund Round-9 HIV grant in Nigeria, is hereby seeking for qualified and experienced data management consultants who will be required to manage data entry into the National OVC Management Information System (NOMIS). The successful candidates will ...

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[Call for Entries] As Jeta Amata Joins As a #Judge on Short Film Competiton on #Water!

jeta Amata February 2015  Nigerian filmmaker Jeta Amata has united with top international film directors and specialists to support the global sH2Orts film competition, organised by the charity WaterAid and WorldView.  The competition, which runs until 20 February 2015, invites budding filmmakers from across the world to produce one-minute films about what water means to them.   Amata joins an ...

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#VOTE4WASH Campaigners Meet With Political Parties On Manifesto Dialogue

In what appeared to be over six months campaign initiative, YouthWASH Initiative Africa, the lead campaigner for VOTE4WASH, has finally met with the major political parties in Nigeria such as APC, PDP, UDP and KOWA on their manifestos and platforms on eradicating water and sanitation poverty, as it is expected to be in tandem with United Nations Goals. The interactive ...

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#AirItOut Holds Tommorow 5th Feburary;

Hamzat Lawal As the Nigeria 2015 General Elections draws near and as we finalize plans to go to the polls, Vote or Quench in collaboration with Connected Development [CODE] is championing series of events and would kick-start with a Twitter chat using the hashtag #AirItOut on Thursday, 05 February (Tomorrow), 3pm – 5pm (GMT+1) [See attached e-flyer]. We hope this ...

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