Education which is one of the most important aspects of social and economic development, gives a mother the ability to shape her child's future and ensuring that he attains his full potential.
The educational level of a mother has a long-lasting effect on her children and thei [...]
Count to 39; a child just died from pneumonia somewhere in the world; that child is most likely a Nigerian!
According to recent information released by the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), Nigeria is one [...]
Indicators has pointed in a new report, the National Demographic Health Survey, NDHS 2018 that interventions in the development of children have considerable long-term benefits for individuals and societies.
Since the World Bank-funded Africa Centres of Excellence, ACE, Project was launched in 2014, it has graduated over 9,000 Masters and 2,000 PhD students, and expanded African universities [...]
Barr. Rommy Mom is the president of Lawyers Alert, member, Police Service Commission and Civil Societies' Open Government Partnership, OGP, Steering Committee chairman in Benue State. In this interview with The Abuja Inquirer's SCHOLASTICA JOSEPH, Mom, who is leading the campaign for t [...]
A new report of a commission convened by the World Health Organisation, WHO, United Nations Children's Fund, UNICEF, and medical journal, The Lancet, notes that out of 180 countries, Nigeria is ranked 174 on child survival, health, nutrition and education.
Nigerian author Chukwuemeka Ike, who died last month at the age of 88, helped define Nigerian culture, but never received the international acclaim he deserved, writes the BBC's Nduka Orjinmo in Lagos.
Some cultural ideals of femininity and modesty especially in Africa notes that, girls are clean and beautiful after removal of body parts that are considered unclean, hence the practice of Female Genital Mutilation, FGM.
The girl-child is considered unfeminine until mutilated as it is belief to [...]
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