girl child education
Women engineers advocate promotion of girl-child education
The Association of Professional Women Engineers (APWEN), Ilorin Chapter, has urged government at all levels and well-meaning Nigerians to promote equal opportunities for women and quality.
Community tasks government on girl-child education
An appeal has been made to governments and stakeholders to give the girl-child a voice, opportunities and empowerment towards building all-inclusive capacities.
Al-Mu’minaat flays assault on Muslim women, demands justice
Al-Mu’minaat Organisation (The Believing Women) has expressed displeasure over the incessant social ridicule of Muslim women putting on headwear (Hijab) in the country.
Ex- Naval chief drums support for girl-child education
Rear Admiral Suleiman Sa’idu (Rtd), former Chief of Naval Staff, has called for the promotion of girl-child education to secure a sound and productive society.
Foundation moves to promote girl-child education in five northern states
Worried by the increasing number of out-of –school children, especially girls, the Mademoiselle Foundation has launched an initiative to address the trend.Tagged, “#HerDream”, the project is aimed at promoting girl-child education....
Ganduje thanks supporters for re-electing him
Ganduje has thanked the people of the state for re-electing him for a second term. NAN reports that the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) on Sunday declared Ganduje, winner of the Kano State governorship supplementary election held Saturday. In the supplementary election held in 28 out of the 44 local government areas in the state,…
U.S. advocates greater investment in girl-child education
United States Consul General F. John Bray has called for increased investment in the education of the girl-child and greater political participation by women in Nigeria.
Ondo fetes young authors on girl-child education
To further actualise the goals of Adolescent and Youth Friendly Health Programme (AYFHP) in Ondo State, the state government and some Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) have feted teenage twin authors.
UNFPA partners states to boost girls enrolment in school
The UN Population Fund (UNFPA), said on Friday that it would scale-up its partnership with states and development partners to increase the level of girl-child enrolment in schools in Kaduna, Sokoto and Kebbi states.
Miss Niger Delta Reaches Out To Rural Communities
Done with the glamour and razzmatazz that come with wining the crown, Miss Niger Delta, Deborah Alfred Ibeinmo has revealed plans to strengthen her ongoing pet project on health. The dark-skinned model and native of Nembe Local Government of Bayelsa State hinted that she has concluded plans with the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) in support of her pet project, which is centered on health development