Female education goes beyond getting girls into school. It is also about ensuring that girls learn and feel safe while in school. Girl-child education can eradicate many of the norms that exist in today’s society which tends to suppress women.
Our hope and desire as an organization is to educate, inform and inspire young people towards national and global development, and the social media series is one of our many ways of doing so. With that in mind, The Insta Frenzy I covered some amazing features, but Instagram still has more to offer....
This train that began with the post "Art of Social Media" has finally arrived at Instagram’s terminal point. Lol….and yes! It is INSTAGRAM and there is a new frenzy about it. Being one of the coolest social sites, Instagram has been able to keep its users engaged and consistently interested in its use. It should perhaps be more aptly titled the ‘app for the androids’ since you need a phone to fully enjoy it, this has not deterred any of its 200 million daily users (who are largely below the age of 39). It is obvious that the more you know about Instagram, the better you will be at using it. So let’s begin…..
Let’s face it, new entrants into any business have their work cut out for them. They have to convince potential customers that their product or service offering is worth paying for. Also, they have to work to keep and grow their market share. At the heart of these daunting tasks is the essential task of keeping up with existing competitors.
She will rather starve than see you go hungry. When you're sick, she forgets everything else but you. She is a blanket for her children when they are cold. Daily, you are her priority. A mother is soft, gentle and tenderhearted, yet she becomes a ‘mamazilla’ when her cubs are in danger. She unconditionally protects and serves. She corrects and forgives at the same time. Her worth is undeniable.
The theme for this year’s World Press Freedom Day- “Critical Minds for Critical Times: Media’s role in advancing peaceful, just and inclusive societies” speaks to the value of the press in achieving a truly just society. A society where information is consistently made available to the public, to ensure better policy making and positive changes.
Every year, the 7th of April is celebrated as the World Health Day, an opportunity to draw worldwide attention to a subject of major importance to global health. With more than 300 million people today living with depression, it is now the leading cause of ill health and disability worldwide, Suicide which often stems from depression, is the second leading cause of death among people 15-29 year old.
You have always wanted to change and improve your life but you do not know where to start or how to begin. You have admired exemplary women: Tara Durutoye, Beyonce, Michelle Obama, Oprah Winfrey, Ellen DeGeneres, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Victoria Beckham, Ndidi Nwuneli, Malala, Nike Davies-Okundaye, Dr. Ola Orekunrin, or Linda Ikeji - just to name a few s-heroes.
International Women's Day, marked yearly on the 8th of March, is a day for the recognition and celebration of women all over the world for their roles, past and present be they social, economic, cultural or political. It is a day for advocating for equal opportunities for all women and men everywhere.
As you’ll come to discover in your entrepreneurial journey, there’s the constant need to implement new products, services, and business processes, in consonance with the ever evolving needs of your customers and your business. So, how do you go about this task of tinkering with new ideas that will not only launch/keep your businesses afloat, but also retain/sharpen your competitive edge?
Social media has been a part of our lives since late 20th century. It is probably the most innovative platform that has originated from the existence of the internet. Social life, business, marketing, entertainment, news and pop culture have never been better expounded and shared as they are now, all thanks to social media!
Social Justice is a core philosophy of any society; a universal ground where fairness and equality can breed on and indeed thrive. The rights to life and freedom, regardless of gender, age, race, ethnicity, religion, culture, disability or nationality, all revolve around the concept of social justice.