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No Place For Discrimination: These Traditional Leaders Are Standing Up For SGBV Survivors In Their Communities

Beyond providing support for survivors of sexual and gender-based violence in rural Borno communities, an initiative is working to ensure that traditional rulers are held accountable for the treatment of survivors. This includes condemning stigma and discrimination in their communities.

This Organisation is Helping Women to Win Against Unemployment

ILORIN, NIGERIA: When she wrote her final examinations and completed the requirements for an accounting degree in 2019, 26-year-old Tolulope Adeleke was ecstatic and...

A Campus Community Is Empowering Students With Sustainable Blockchain Skills

ENUGU, NIGERIA: Gabriel Ohanete, a 200-level student of Combined Biological Sciences at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN), developed a love for technology-related skills...

This Push Group Promotes Social Media Skills Among SMEs

LAGOS, NIGERIA: Tinuke Adeniyi, a mother of two, had just finished preparing one of her signature meals, Asaro Elemi meje, a local delicacy made...

Amid An Intense Election Cycle, An Initiative Made Voting Easy For Nigeria’s Senior Citizens

OYO, NIGERIA: Toyin Olukoya, 68, loves to vote. She has been an active voter in Nigeria’s election processes for some thirty years. Olukoya became passionate about voting during her teenage years when she witnessed how a single vote made all the difference she needed, “... and I told myself that...

Video Story: Zimbabwean Farmers Adopt Alternative to Protect Crops

Farmers in Zimbabwe are turning to an elephant repellant called Chilli to keep the animals from eating their crops. The mixture includes ingredients like chillies, raw eggs, and cattle dung which elephants can smell from far away and want to avoid.

Solutions Journalism and Resilience, Titilope’s Story

Titilope Fadare said it felt like a ‘miracle’ after she got accepted to the Wole Soyinka Centre for Investigative Journalism (WSCIJ) 2021 Female Reporters Leadership Programme (FRLP) using a mix of resilience and solutions journalism in her reporting. 
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No Place For Discrimination: These Traditional Leaders Are Standing Up For SGBV Survivors In Their Communities

Beyond providing support for survivors of sexual and gender-based violence in rural Borno communities, an initiative is working to ensure that traditional rulers are held accountable for the treatment of survivors. This includes condemning stigma and discrimination in their communities.

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The Unique Education Program that Made a Difference in Gidan-Yaro Community

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This Organisation is Helping Women to Win Against Unemployment

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ENUGU, NIGERIA: Gabriel Ohanete, a 200-level student of Combined Biological Sciences at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN), developed...

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OYO, NIGERIA: Toyin Olukoya, 68, loves to vote. She has been an active voter in Nigeria’s election processes for...

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ILORIN, NIGERIA: A month before the 2023 general elections, Muiz Oyekola, a student at the  University of Ibadan, walks...

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ABUJA, NIGERIA: As The SolutionsPaper reaches a significant milestone, we are thrilled to commemorate our first anniversary and reflect...