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Digital Empowerment Toolkit Now Available!

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We are excited to introduce our Digital Empowerment Trainers’ Toolkit, a dynamic resource to help you bring the benefits of connecting online to women in your community. Check it out today! »

MALAWI FROM THE EYE OF THE CARAVAN GIRL,THE THREAT TO THE MASSAI PEOPLE

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Web 2.0 - Giving Voice to the Voiceless

Man has the impulse to always love to be free. Man will always seek freedom in any kind of way, particularly when there is a need to express a crucial opinion,give or obtain useful information. … Read More»

Women: Different Climes, Different Styles

Sometimes late last year I went to the international airport to welcome a friend who was visiting Nigeria from Kenya. … Read More»

Maternal Health

Close to Home At the beginning of the year, I have been close to people who lost their loved ones in the course of childbirth. … Read More»

IS SOCIETY FAIR TO SINGLE, INDEPENDENT WOMEN?

In traditional African culture women are presumed to be submissive and dependent on men for survival and relevance. … Read More»

MY VIEW ON OCCUPY NIGERIA:FUEL PRICE HIKE

Nigerians started 2012 with a burden gift from the President, Goodluck Jonathan, who removed subsidy on fuel and increased the pump price from #65 - #141. … Read More»

HOW DO I SLEEP SOUNDLY AT NIGHT?

I recently moved into a new apartment before travelling to Nairobi Kenya to take part in the Africa Youth Climate Justice Caravan, which traveled from Kenya to South Africa to attend the Climate Chang … Read More»

OCCUPY NIGERIA:LAGOS STOOD STILL

Initially it was as though the proposed strike would not take place, but with time people gathered in groups discussing the possibility of the strike. … Read More»

UNITED TO OCCUPY

CIVIL SOCIETY GROUP MOBILISES LAGOSIANS FOR ANTI-FUEL SUBSIDY PROTEST

The recent fuel hike in Nigeria from #65 - #141 has been challenged nationwide by Nigerians, because they believe it would further impoverish an average Nigerians. … Read More»

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