Community Development

What if you couldn’t write your name?

In 2020 studies showed nearly 40% of Nigerians could not read or write. Those are staggering statistics given Nigeria’s population. 40% means 80 Million+ people cannot write nor read a four word sentence. That’s why education is important📌 It is not a scam. Quality education is a necessity and it is fundamental to our human …

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One-day Teachers Training program -partial scholarship for students of Royal Challenge Academy.

On February 25th, the students of Royal Challenge Academy received a significant boost in their pursuit of a long-term academic career. We carried out a teacher training program as a gesture to help bring the teachers up to speed on the best practices for handling children at a very young age, nurturing them as well …

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3 Things You Can Do to Make A Difference in Someone’s Life: A Blog about how we can all make a difference in the lives of others.

Today’s focus is on how you can make a difference in someone’s life and how that impact can help shift their mindsets and help them see life in a different light. Cases in the study will be members of the below-average margin surviving day to day with no future hope. The 3 things you can …

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Vocational studies an alternative path.

Unlike formal education, vocational education is based on practical skills learning, it doesn’t have set systems like formal education, and its learning period is from 6 months and can last through a year or 3. The learning process is quite flexible and takes to mind the pace of the learner. Vocational education is practiced often …

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Minutes with our Brand Ambassador

I am Zita Anah, a native of Ihiagwa Owerri West LGA, Imo State, Nigeria. I am currently studying Computer science at the university. I got started on this part as a voice for the youths, to use my skills and create paths for those coming after to understand the need for education. My writing is …

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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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HOW NOT TO BURN OUT AS A VOLUNTEER

Are you exhausted from trying to fit all of your plans together? Do you often find it difficult to balance your personal life with your volunteer work? That just means you haven’t learned to draw a line where it’s needed. 📍 SO THEY AVOID LOSING THEMSELVES WHILE HELPING OTHERS. ✅ CHOOSE YOUR OPTIONS. You can’t …

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