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Where books may lead us

Books can lead to all kinds of interesting experiences! Someone on this list recommended "Half of a Yellow Sun," by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. … Read More»

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NIGERIA: Access to the Internet Is Access to Life

Through her own empowerment story, counselor and social entrepreneur Obisakin Christianah Busayo illustrates the impact of women's Internet access in her country. Read More »

"My dream is to provide a safe place for women to access the Internet without fear of attack or being molested."

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Offer: Gender Advisor, Chemonics, Nigeria

Chemonics. Nigeria. Closing date: June 29, 2011. Description: … Read More»

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Universal Internet Access: how realistic?

The Internet has opened up doors of opportunities and resources that are not otherwise available. Through the Internet, I have access to online application for courses and conferences. … Read More»

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Offer: Call for Applications: The 4TH W.TEC Girls Technology Camp

Now in its 4th year, the W.TEC Girls Technology Camp is an initiative aimed at helping girls develop an early interest in computers and other information technology. … Read More»

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Insecurity at the Nationals Security Service(s). … Read More»

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Offer: Job: Gender Specialist, UNDP, Abuja, Nigeria

UNDP. Abuja, Nigeria. Closing date: June 8, 2011. Background: … Read More»

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Climate Change and Youth

CLIMATE CHANGE AND YOU(TH) The rain these days are so unpredictable, the season are deviating from what we have in past. We encounter dry spells now at times at critical stage of crop growth. … Read More»

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Nigeria Women seeks for Justice

Tears roll down my cheek and pain engulfed my whole body as I watched women on television weeping over the death of their children who had been killed in the just concluded Presidential election which … Read More»

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A woman was first to arrive the polling station

Nigerians are really out for a change during this 2011 election. … Read More»

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