• CARE Offers Policies That Engender Success for Young People in Agribusiness
    Often cited as Africa’s greatest asset, its youth are also among the most vulnerable and volatile. A large and growing population of talented young people has the potential to drive economic growth and well-being of societies across the continent but, as the African Development Bank warns, current conditions of severe unemployment are translating into poorer […]
  • It’s Time for Results as Sudan Enters Second Year of NDC Partnership
    Earlier this year, when heavy rains caused massive flooding in Sudan, a three-month state of emergency was declared in September. The floods which began in July, were the worst the country experienced in the last three decades and affected some 830,000 people, including 125,000 refugees and internally displaced people. According to the United Nations Refugee […]
  • How UN Helped Benin Become World’s Fastest Place to Start a Business via a Mobile Phone
    Ian Richards is an economist at the UN working on development finance and digital government. The post How UN Helped Benin Become World’s Fastest Place to Start a Business via a Mobile Phone appeared first on Inter Press Service.
  • African Employers for Gender Equality
    Odette Kabaya is Regional Programme Advisor at the UN Development Programme’s (UNDP) Regional Service Center for Africa (RSCA) and Angela Lusigi is Strategic Advisor, UNDP Africa The post African Employers for Gender Equality appeared first on Inter Press Service.
  • Eswatini makes Progress on NDCs thanks to Crucial Partnership Support
    Barry de Maine, the director of Green Cross Pharmacy, lost about $ 7,675 worth of stock when The Mall, the largest shopping centre in Mbabane, was flooded back in 2003. But when the flash floods hit again this year, he had already installed a flange to stop water from coming in. “This is the best […]
  • Redesigning Urban Markets Post-Covid
    Across Africa, even in cities with relatively modern infrastructure, many shoppers prefer the informal markets. In our case, both our mothers preferred the fresh produce sold at informal markets by women from the rural areas. Thus, in cities as far apart as Nairobi and Abidjan, our mothers took us to buy fruits and vegetables sold […]
  • They Deserve No Less in Central Sahel
    Yasmine Sherif, Director of Education Cannot Wait The post They Deserve No Less in Central Sahel appeared first on Inter Press Service.

RSS Daily Times Nigeria

  • Nigerian Women Are Fronting a System of Change
    Over the years we’ve seen the achievements of men paraded around leaving the ones of the women in the dust. The various contributions women have rendered to our societal growth and development, ranging from heights of politics to the tech industry, entertainment and societal change, are limitless. We take a look at a phenomenal woman […]
  • Columnist: The 21st century public administrator
    By Prof Tunji Olaopa Columnist, Just recently, the Government of Oyo State took a significant milestone in administrative history with the summit organized in honor of the recently departed icon, Pa Theophilus Adeleke Akinyele. Notably, Pa Akinyele’s death was devoid of the usual rancor that attends the funeral plans for a statesman; and second, the […]
  • Looming clash of Lagos godfathers over a senatorial seat
    By Felix Oboagwina The godfather of Lagos politics, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, has always preached that his followers should not expect power to be served to them a la carte. But, his selection method has often faced condemnation for the singlehanded way it spoon-feeds anointed candidates with party tickets, to the frustration of sometimes more […]
  • Opinion: Striking at the future of the Nigerian youth
    By Dakuku Peterside A Google search of ASUU, the acronym of the Academic Staff Union of Universities, comes with the suggestions’ ASUU strike’, ‘ASUU strike update’ and ‘ASUU strike update today.’ The above are not surprising because most Nigerians have come to associate ASUU with ‘strikes’. ASUU is a union of teachers in the universities […]

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RSS Vanguard News

  • Nigerians excited, as Burna Boy bags second Grammy nomination with ‘Twice As Tall’
    By Juliet Ebirim Nigerian music superstar, Burna Boy has for the second time in a row, bagged a Grammy Award nomination. In the nomination list for the 63rd annual Grammy Awards released yesterday, the self-acclaimed African giant got a nomination with his new album, ‘Twice As Tall’. The 29-year-old singer was nominated in the ‘Best GlobalRead […]
  • I didn’t influence emergence of new UNIUYO VC ― Essien
    By Harris Emanuel, Uyo The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Uyo, Prof Enefiok Essien has finally put to rest insinuations that he picked his Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Administration, Prof Nyaudoh Ndaeyo to succeed him as the VC of the institution. Essien made the clarification during his end of tenure media chat, affirming that the process thatRead […]
  • NNPC targets 3million bpd oil production
    By Sebastine Obasi The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, said it targets to achieve 3million barrels per day, bpd, oil production in no distant time. The Group Managing Director, NNPC, Mele Kyari stated this at a media parley organised for Energy Editors at Abuja. He said, “We have revved up exploration work in the inlandRead […]

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