We believe that education is the ultimate form of people investment, especially in countries like Nigeria where UNESCO estimates that 20 million children are currently out of school
November was a celebration galore for us at Teens Going for Gold Network as volunteers of our organization gathered to celebrate our progress and impact in our host communities over the last ten years. It also served as an opportunity to confer with other stakeholders
Eloquent, intelligent, thoughtful, and smart are some of the many adjectives that can be used to describe Victory Yinka-Banjo, the 17-year-old who aced all her senior secondary school leaving exams (Cambridge IGCSE – All As, WAEC- 9 A1s, JAMB – 335/400, IELTS – 8.5/9). In
In the course of our busy lives, it can be hard to find time to volunteer. However, the benefits of volunteering can be enormous. Volunteering offers vital help to people in need, worthwhile causes, and the community, but the benefits can be even greater for
2020 has been quite a year, right? What’s of primary focus now is the COVID-19 outbreak. On a global scale, financial markets are crashing and prior to that, oil price wars began (Russia, Saudi Arabia and the rest of OPEC). Countries, corporations and individuals have
ou will need to do a market research which allows you to gather insights about the needs and preferences of your potential customers.
Old-age poverty is real and planning for retirement has a long-term positive impact.
When teenagers are connected to groups that express a clear value or norm against engaging in pre-marital sex, they are less likely to do so themselves.
In the previous article, I wrote about what entrepreneurship is (and what its not), and also highlighted some of the myths of entrepreneurship. In this article, we will look at how to identify Startup ideas by being creative, or through the brainstorming process and finally
It is amazing how Nigeria is bordered on all sides by French speaking countries – Cameeroon, Chad, Niger and Togo – and arguably less than three percent of Nigerians speak their neighbours’ language. This is probably a reflection of the premium we place on foreign