Human Development Initiatives (HDI) has supported over 400 vulnerable pupils with educational materials as part of efforts to prevent children from dropping out of school.
To bridge the illiteracy gap in the country, Chipper Cash, in partnership with Executive Initiatives, has provided scholarships to twenty pupils of Glory Montessori International School
Molara Foundation, a non-profit organization established with the mission of reducing the financial barrier to education in Nigeria has organized scholarship programs in various sectors including tech, academics as well as the creative arts sector for young out-of-school students across the country.
Nigerian teen based in Alabama, United States, Rotimi Kukoyi, has been accepted to more than 15 universities, including Harvard and John Hopkins.
I-Scholar initiative (iSI), a not-for-profit organisation with a mission to mentor and empower young African students in fulfilling their dreams to pursue graduate studies via access
Powered by BeyGOOD, the Global Citizen Fellowship Program will unearth African youth with remarkable potential. Through the program, 15 young people, with five selected from Nigeria, South Africa, and Kenya, will each engage in a paid, year-long fellowship aligned to one of Global Citizen’s four pillars of activity: creative, campaigns, rewards, and marketing.
MTN Foundation has awarded over N6 billion worth of scholarships to Nigerian students, including the visually impaired in different tertiary institutions across the federation
29 Dec 2021
Commissioner for Abakaliki Capital City Development Authority (ACCDA), Onyekachi Nwebonyi, has awarded university scholarships to no fewer than 50 students from Mbeke, Ishieke
14 Dec 2021
A non-governmental organisation, Uromi Like Minds Initiative (ULMI) has rewarded 11 students from the two technical schools within the Edo community with scholarships.
18 Nov 2021
Ebenezer Comprehensive High School Old Students Association (ECHSOSA), Ijaye Ojokoro, Lagos State, recently celebrated their 50 years anniversary, which provided an opportunity
10 Oct 2021
Due to COVID-19, many schools had to shift teaching and learning to virtual. And the students had to grapple with this new reality.