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SDG 1 – ZERO POVERTY

According to UN reports, more than 700 million people still live in poverty today. The poverty rate is said to be at least 17.2 percent higher in rural areas than in urban areas. These numbers are quite daunting, which is why they are the driving force behind the development of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG-1), …

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Why the right to education remains a challenge in Africa.

Sub-Saharan Africa has the highest rate of education exclusion globally, according to the UN. Nearly 60% of youth aged 15 to 17 are not in school. Activists on the continent are now fighting to change that.Education is considered a universal human right, as well as an issue of public good and responsibility. However, there are …

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STRENGTHENING THE ROLE OF WOMEN AS INSTRUMENTS FOR A MORE PRODUCTIVE SOCIETY.

A community with empowered women is more likely to have a major impact on society and the nation as a whole. This means that wherever women have the opportunity to do more, a remarkable impact is felt, disproving the notion that women are irrelevant to the community and are only good for keeping house and …

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DYSLEXIA A LEARNING DISORDER.

Did you know that people with Dyslexia struggle with accuracy and fluency because their brains learn differently? Research suggests that wider letter spacing in words is believed to help people with dyslexia read faster and better. Having dyslexia doesn’t mean the person suffers from a lack of knowledge or an inability to learn, but rather …

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West Africa: – The future of West and Central African children is being shaped in today’s schools

“Education is an effective shield against extremism and obscurantism. It is a crucial factor in fighting poverty and inequality, strengthening the social contract through citizenship education, and promoting sustainable social and economic development, thus contributing to the stability and security of countries,” said Mauritanian President Mohamed Ould Ghazouani, who hosted the Sahel Education Summit in …

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Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) is female circumcision – a ritual practice practiced in several countries as a rite of passage for women, in which a woman’s external genitalia are removed. FGM is most prevalent in Africa, Asia, and the Middle East. More than 200 million women have undergone this procedure today. ๐—”๐—ฏ๐—ผ๐˜‚๐˜ ๐—ง๐—ผ๐—ด๐—ผTogo, a West …

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CYBERBULLYING: What you should know.

Hate speech and spreading rumours are among the most effective ways to destroy a person’s self-esteem. Studies show that a percentage of suicides are due to cyberbullying, where the person involved is overwhelmed by the hate speech and threats and decides to silence it all by dying. In most cases, these bullies use digital technologies …

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THE MENACE OF RISING SECURITY CHALLENGES ON EDUCATION IN NIGERIA.

In Nigeria, students have been risking their lives for an education. Like in most parts of the world, schooling comes with its fair share of challenges but when students risk losing their freedom or lives at school, our tomorrow is under attack. Where going to school is tantamount to charging into battle amid a swarm …

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