Akadonye Eberechukwu

Revise marriage law to allow girls to study.

The government deserves praise for funding and promoting free education in the country, which in turn has increased the number of children going to school and the number of vulnerable and disabled children. HakiElimu Executive Director John Kalage said in Dar es Salaam on Wednesday on the occasion of the International Day of the Girl …

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TRAUMA AND ITS EFFECTS:

Trauma comes in different forms and affects people differently. But there is a side of trauma that is usually overlooked: This type of trauma does not affect individuals, but groups, people who have experienced the same traumatizing event. This type of trauma is called COLLECTIVE TRAUMA because it affects a large number of people who …

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๐—”๐—ณ๐—ฟ๐—ถ๐—ฐ๐—ฎ: To ensure an equal future, girls need equal access to digital tools and information

UNITED NATIONS, New York – Digital technologies are fueling explosive growth, innovation, and connectivity around the world. But these tools are also creating new kinds of inequalities. Adolescent girls are less likely to use the Internet; in some countries, boys are four times more likely than girls to use the Internet. Girls are also less …

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CELEBRATING THE INTERNATIONAL DAY OF THE GIRL CHILD.

The International Day of the Girl Child is celebrated worldwide on October 11 and is a day dedicated to promoting the growth and development of girls. This year, the theme of the day is Digital Generation: Our Generation. The focus of this day is on the issues girls face, the challenges of being a girl, …

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Lema Plan International visits Gideon Army Christain Academy

It was an overwhelming moment for the school children of Gideon Army Christain Academy Nursery and Primary School in Okohia, Isiala-Mbano LGA, Imo State. On October 8, 2021, Lema Plan International embarked on a program to promote the need for education in rural communities. This is part of the goal of sustainable development. The program …

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School start: teachers call a new strike

A few days before the start of the 2021-2022 school year, Togo’s teachers are once again raising their voices. On their behalf, the Federation of National Education Unions (FESEN) has just sent a letter to the Minister of Primary, Secondary, Technical Education and Handicrafts. The organization demands the implementation of the measures taken by the …

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The importance of children’s rights

Children have the same human rights as everyone else, but because of their position in society, they are granted special rights. These rights serve as protection for the period of life from birth to adulthood. Special rights such as the right to life and protection ensure that children are protected from abuse and exploitation. Right …

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The new role of technology in the work of NGOs.

The world of non-profit organizations is changing with the rapid advancement of technology. Non-governmental organizations are no longer limited to the country or region where they originate but can operate from anywhere in the world thanks to technology. The introduction of technology into the world of non-profits has had a positive impact by making most …

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Child marriage in Togo

Child marriage is a widespread problem in Togo, a country in West Africa. In Togo, approximately 22% of girls under the age of 18 are married. Despite the high number of child marriages, there are many social and political aspects of Togolese society that encourage child marriage in Togo. Here are five reasons for the …

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