Category Archives: Voices

GiveInternet.org | Closing the digital divide one family at a time

GiveInternet.org is a powerful and highly impactful fundraising platform where anyone can sponsor Internet access or laptops for high school students in need.

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Africans are the solution

In 2018, we identified over 500 poor and unemployed women who were willing to learn a skill and it became necessary to proffer a solution to the unemployment and poverty faced by women in Ondo state.

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A VOICE TO FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION

Other myths surrounding female genital mutilation include the belief that the female genitals would grow to the size of the penis if not cut.

We live in a world where the girl child is denied her basic rights and freedoms including right to health, security and physical integrity…

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So Your Child won't Become the Next Corrupt Politician

Corruption in Nigeria is woven into the fabric of the society and in its many forms has become a norm in the country. Educate your children that corruption makes you and your family happy but puts tears in the eyes of generations.

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Broken treasure

I remember vividly like yesterday when one strong ill in our society caught up with me. The caretakers that everyone had access to in life, left…

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Mbaye Diope (left) and Mornyang (right), both from Senegal, searching for better lives in Rome, Italy [photo by – Eric Kafui Okyerefo]

“I am lucky to be alive. Some of my friends died on our way here in 2017. I don’t like to talk about it. It is really hard for me. I want to forget,” Mbaye told Eric. Mbaye and Mornyang are among thousands of undocumented African youth in Europe who are constantly fleeing the economic hardship in their region. Eric Kafui Okyerefo tells the story of their lives. A story of hope and hardship.

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Through the month of June to July, Ainesis will be sharing insights on how to live healthy and enhance  effectiveness as a dancer. Knowledge is power.…

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Through the month of June to July, Ainesis will be sharing insights on how to live healthy and enhance  effectiveness as a dancer. Knowledge is power.…

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After the just concluded World Dance Day on April 29, Ainesis has launched its “Dear Dancer” project to sensitize dancers and members of the public on…

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Afungfege Evita

Unfortunately, life chose a different path for me. My story is that of a youth struggling with passion and society’s demands. Despite almost getting locked up by the police for a social media stunt, [her short film] …. “IN 72“ hours got selected in two festivals.

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Despite being only 17 when she started out, Wadi Ben-Hirki founded a foundation, stepped in to help many children who had been internally displaced by war, help women who had been marginalized, and help youths in Northern Nigeria who needed to gain entrepreneurial skills to fend for themselves.

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The majority of young men and women with great academic achievements and others with rich technical skills are looming the streets of many towns in our country with no hope of where to get employment, how to get employment and who to offer them with employment.

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For happiness… he wished to be in their shoes. Yes, but who doesn’t like the good taste of honey and as the day passed, his desire to become rich increased. He still died an unhappy man.

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