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Greenwood House represents Africa at COP26 event

Greenwood House School, Lagos, has represented Africa at an event hosted by the Commonwealth Secretariat at COP26 in Glasgow where a series of children’s books on Sustainable Energy was launched. A statement by the school said the event featured a conversation between the Secretary-General of the Commonwealth and the children …

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A non-governmental organisation The Adekunle Child Foundation (TACF) has marked the International Day of the Girl Child set aside by the United Nations on the 11th day of October annually. TACF with the approval of the Universal Basic Education Board (UBEB) and the FCT Secondary Education Board (SEB) commemorated the …

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IOM launches Psychosocial Counselling Master’s degree in Nigeria

People affected by conflict will benefit from help provided by graduates of the International Organisation for Migration’s first professional Master’s Degree Programme in Psychosocial Counselling and Conflict Transformation in Nigeria. The degree is offered in partnership with the Centre for Peace, Diplomatic and Development Studies of the University of Maiduguri …

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UK, US-sponsored Education Programme in North-east Ends

A programme funded by the United States and United Kingdom to address challenges in education in North-east Nigeria has drawn to a close. The programme, Addressing Education in Northeast Nigeria (AENN) with a lifespan of three years was launched in 2018, to help the government of Nigeria create more certified …

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Empowering young Africa girls through technology

African girl coders are taking the lead in ensuring gender equity and balance in technology on the continent, a field majorly dominated by their male counterparts. Through Connected African Girls Coding Camp initiative, a joint programme of the UN Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) in collaboration with UN Women and …

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