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Engr. Mrs. Yetunde Olajumoke Owosho, an exemplary individual whose journey embodies resilience, expertise, and an unwavering commitment to excellence. She holds a Bachelor of
A Nigerian woman, Oluwami Dosunmu-Ogunbi, has made history as the first black woman to bag a PhD in Robotics at the University of Michigan
Tellingly, poverty , peer pressure, early marriage, unwanted pregnancy, negligence, rape, ignorance, being their family’s burden bearers, and a lack of parental care are
In Nigeria, there’s a lively surge in entrepreneurial zeal and investment enthusiasm, driven by a cohort of spirited young female investors. These trailblazing women
Education is a potent and dynamic instrument for national development and social transformation. Education is internationally accepted as a pointer to a key development
Historically, the position of Vice-Chancellor was predominantly occupied by men, but in recent years, the education sector has experienced significant changes and growth as
“April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM), a time to shed light on the pervasive issue of sexual violence within Indigenous communities”. According to
The UN Trust Fund seeks to fund demand-driven initiatives aimed at strengthening emerging networks, coalitions and/or movements focusing on ending violence against women and
Desiderius Erasmus, a Dutch educationalist, once said, “The main hope of a nation lies in the proper education of its youth.” Despite the numerous
Balancing academic activities and business during Ramadan can indeed be challenging, especially for female students who are also entrepreneurs. It requires careful time management,
The Association of Professional Women Engineers of Nigeria, Lagos Chapter, on Friday, donated and installed a 1.5KVA solar system to the female Engineering student’s
From leading nations as presidents to challenging societal norms, their stories are a testament to resilience, courage, and the relentless pursuit of progress. Let
As the world celebrates the International Women’s Day, it’s crucial to recognise the impactful contributions of women in various fields, including the rapidly evolving
Our world is experiencing multiple crises. Investing in girls’ and women’s right to education is essential to build peaceful, just, equitable and inclusive societies;
International Women’s Day, observed annually on March 8th, stands as a global testament to the resilience, achievements, and ongoing struggle for gender equality. Originating
The International Day of the Women and Girls in Science is not just a date on the calendar; it’s a powerful reminder of the
61-year-old Mosunmola Kudirat Ariwoola has earned a PhD degree in Educational Technology from the prestigious University of Ilorin, Nigeria (UNILORIN). Against all odds,Ariwoola’s inspiring
Nigeria’s Simi Nwogugu, CEO of JA Africa, has been named as a Top 10 finalist for the Africa Education Medal 2023. Founded last year
  Over the years, women have worked together with men to build nations. However, women often become unsung heroines and their contributions are lost
Happy International Women’s Day! Across cultures and societies, women play a vital role in development. Particularly in Africa, women make a sizeable contribution to
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