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Starting Business in Nigeria: How to Handle 419 Nigerian Scam

If you are Nigerian and reading this, do not mind what I have to say about Nigerian society because it is not personal, every country has pro and cons. … Read More»

How I Built NGO, Raised Money, Assembled Memberships for Nigerian Poor Communities by Using Internet from a distance in Japan

At the time when I started my NGO, I had absolutely nothing. All my possession was stolen in Nigeria and I came back to my mother's house with nothing whatsoever. … Read More»

Nigerians in Diaspora and Hidden Agenda

Recently, I received a call from Japan Times, a major English newspaper in Tokyo for interview. It was about Nigerian Diaspora I spoke to them about 6 months ago. … Read More»

Domestic Violence in Childhood: How the Devil is Reproduced and Repeated

What do you do if you face a series of domestic violence as a child and later on see the similar patterns in your adulthood? Will you be able to disclose all that hurts? … Read More»

Dialogue with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on 2013 Dec 9th, “Are You Aware of the Government’s Corruption?”

It would be the day, you may say, of a ‘turning point’ of our NGO, that Support Women And Children In Nigeria (SWACIN) may need to reestablish itself in the U.S. … Read More»

CLIMATE CHANGE AND VULNERABLE COMMUNITIES

Overview of our NGO SWACIN You will find our YouTube slide show at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=unEmT0PkK_o&feature=youtube_gdata … Read More»

Corruption in the Promised Land

Nigeria’s deep rooted corruption is well-known for depriving its own people of the basic necessities to survive. … Read More»

Why is it difficult to stand up and voice opinions in Japan?

Imagine you are being threatened by a group of people. They are after you for whatever you do or do not do, and they give constant criticism, make grumbling remarks, and express cynicism. … Read More»

2013 VOF Module 1 Reflection Questions

The most difficult challenge for the Module 1 assignment was the time. I did not finish the interview one week before the deadline. Then when Ms. … Read More»

Michiyo Tani, Director of Futaba Care Home

Growing number of elderlies is a serious problem in Japan. Most elderlies are 65 years or older, retired and unable to take care of themselves, but require daily assistance. … Read More»

Letter of Intention

Dear Vision and Editorial Mentor: … Read More»

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