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Battling green skill shortage in the quest for a sustainable economy

Growth in demand for green skills is outpacing the increase in supply -...

Nigeria to get WHO-recommended new malaria vaccine by Mid-2024

The World Health Organisation has recommended a new vaccine, R21/Matrix-M, for the prevention...

Google announces N75m equity-free fund for Nigerian SMBs

Google has announced the opening of applications for the Hustle Academy SMB Fund...

Africa: Investing in the Sustainable Development Goals

UNDP Africa Investment Insights Report identifies private-sector opportunities. Africa’s energy transition offers huge...
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The need for character education in this digital age

By Dayo Oladele-Ilori "See your ugly backside dangling out of your cheap dirty-looking swimsuit.""Something you should have kept away under a long robe.""All of those...

Whitefield Foundation at 20!

Whitefield Foundation was incorporated in 2003; and from initially providing educational sponsorship and scholarship to a few indigent and un-affording students from her base...

The need for character education in this digital age

By Dayo Oladele-Ilori "See your ugly backside dangling out of your cheap dirty-looking swimsuit.""Something you should have kept away under a long robe.""All of those dark patches on one person’s ...?” And several other comments and emojis laced the post she shared with her picture at her friend’s beach party. Aduke got off her computer with so many pains, anger and tears. "Am I really ugly?" she whispered beneath her breath as she assessed what she saw in the mirror. Not a single defense from her friends who got on the...

The need for character education in this digital age

By Dayo Oladele-Ilori "See your ugly backside dangling out of your cheap dirty-looking swimsuit.""Something you should have kept away under a long robe.""All of those...

Whitefield Foundation at 20!

Whitefield Foundation was incorporated in 2003; and from initially providing educational sponsorship and scholarship to a few indigent and un-affording students from her base...

Battling green skill shortage in the quest for a sustainable economy

Growth in demand for green skills is outpacing the increase in supply - LinkedIn report The quest of governments around the world to build sustainable...

Nigeria at COP28: Separating the facts from fiction

By Temitope Ajayi The number of delegates from Nigeria attending the ongoing Climate Summit in Dubai otherwise called COP28 has generated a lot of controversies...

Frequently Asked Questions – Presidential Fiscal Policy & Tax Reforms Committee

We have curated the 10 most frequently asked questions about the Presidential Fiscal Policy and Tax Reforms Committee. I am glad to say that...

Africa: Investing in the Sustainable Development Goals

UNDP Africa Investment Insights Report identifies private-sector opportunities. Africa’s energy transition offers huge opportunities for people, the planet, and business. Investors could cover 70%...

A Tool to Tackle the Climate and Biodiversity Crises: Our Agrifood Systems

By Kaveh Zahedi, FAO In 2022, 780 million people were affected by hunger, and hundreds of millions more lack access to healthy, nutritious diets. The tragic...

Why gender justice matters for sustainable development

Women and girls are bearing a disproportionate burden in this time of environmental strain. Fires, storms, floods, and droughts have direct impacts on those...

Empowering a sustainable culture, the Nestle example

By Amechi Obiakpu Man’s inability to adequately protect the environment has exposed it to degradation. This has become so due to the negative impact...