With a vision of making sustainable living commonplace, Unilever Nigeria has partnered with SupplierGateway to launch its social procurement initiative aimed at increasing investment on female and disability owned businesses in Nigeria.
It is common to have your child ask for things he wants and when you cannot provide, it could be a difficult task declining his request.
Adebola Famoroti is a business coach and customer relationship expert. She is passionate about helping working class individuals transition into successful entrepreneurs.
Poised to empower the girl child and amplify her voice through reading, the Society of Women Accountants of Nigeria (SWAN) with its equipping schools library project..
It’s the mid-year season accompanied with rains. This period can be frustrating for parents, as it exposes little ones to viral infections and illnesses. Hence, it is important to keep children safe and healthy this season.
Determined to renew social impact on female gender in Nigeria, a non-profit organisation, Girls Voice Initiative, (GVI) opened a networking forum of young talented female filmmakers in Kano.
Popular Nigerian broadcaster, Shine Begho is taking off her awareness campaign on Pre-eclampsia/Eclampsia, a dangerous pregnancy complication characterised by high blood pressure. This can lead to serious and fatal complications for both mother and child.
Anuli Aniebo Ola-Olaniyi is the founder of Heir Women Development (HWD), a female-focused social enterprise helping women and young girls become decision makers and leaders in their own right.
Wife of Imo State deputy governor, Dr. Bola Njoku, has posited that for barriers against women to be broken, they have to be mentored through capacity building. She described this as a task before the women in addition to encouraging one another.
Having a confident child who speaks up for him or herself is a valuable skill that goes a long way to helping your child become a better adult.
I studied Pure and Applied Chemistry at the University of Calabar, Nigeria. I hated it but I felt trapped.