SAVE THE CHILDREN OF TUNGAN MADAKI

The Tungan communities is made of 13 communities with  just one primary and Junior secondary school servicing over 500 children in the primary school for all learning activities. The structure of the community school is in a deplorable state with leaking roofs and ceilings,  no doors and  windows. the class rooms are bare as there […]

NELSON MANDELA DAY

Today history remembers and celebrates a man who dedicated his live to the struggle against apartheid, a man who sacrificed 27 years of his life for the liberation of South Africa. Nelson Mandela was a social and political activist, who believed in his dream of freedom, justice and equality. He had a self-conviction about his […]

WORLD YOUTH SKILLS DAY

THEME: LEARNING TO LEARN FOR LIFE AND WORK. Photocredit(vector vectors) Vocational education can be traced back to the Babylonian empire,it comprises of skills trade and technical education. Traditionally, girls are groomed by their mothers and boys are sent to learn from skilled craft men. In 2014 the United Nations general assembly marked the 15th of July […]

PRIORITIZING WOMEN EMPOWERMENT

Over the years, gender equality and women empowerment has been a topic of debate at various levels of societal discussions, as there exist different perspectives on gender equality and what women empowerment should be. The Sustainable Development Goal 5- promoting gender equality. It is hoped that there should be substantial progress achieved by the year […]

WORLD POPULATION DAY

THEME:REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH AND GENDER EQUALITY ARE ESSENTIAL FOR ACHEVING SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT. World population day is celebrated annually on the 11th of July to raise awareness on the increase in population globally. In 1987 when world population hit 5 billion, population growth and management became a global concern. In 1989, the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) […]