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How A Literary Movement is Helping Children Cultivate Reading Culture in Kiishi Community

TSP/OSUN, NIGERIA: Reading comes easy for most children, but for 18-year-old Dauda Abdulhaleem, it's a daily struggle. Despite his best efforts, he could only...

Student Journalists in Nigeria Have Taken to Solutions Journalism, Here’s Why

Solutions Journalism - rigorous and compelling reporting on responses to social problems has become very attractive to student journalists in Nigeria, they tell us why in this report.

To Empower Youths, this Nigerian is Teaching Digital Skills in Yorùbá

This Nigerian tech bro is leveraging Yorùbá language to teach Nigerians and other Yorùbá speaking people digital and tech skills at no cost to his audience

How Out-Of-School Children are Benefiting from this Street to School Initiative

Using a unique model, a youth driven street to school initiative is sending out of school children in Nigeria back to the classroom

Mental Health: How Nigerian Students are Getting the Support They Need

A student led initiative is leveraging peer counseling to help students across tertiary institutions in Nigeria deal with their mental health challenges

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The SolutionsPaper is a multimedia publication leveraging solutions and constructive journalism to provide investigative coverage of how Africans are solving the continent’s social and...

How a Foundation-driven Response Keeps Indigent Students in School

A foundation in Oyo state, south west Nigeria is helping brilliant indigent students in Afijio local government area stay in school by giving out annual scholarship grants that takes care of their educational expenses.

The SolutionsPaper Makes New Editorial Appointments

The SolutionsPaper has appointed three reputable journalists with several years of experience into it's editorial board as multimedia editor, sub-editor and associate editor respectively.

Apply: Reporter at Semafor Nigeria

Semafor is seeking a dynamic reporter for a full-time position to cover West Africa with a particular focus on Nigeria. The reporter must have a passion for scoops along with the ability to tell stories clearly and quickly.

In Oṣogbo, a Radio Programme is Helping Petty Traders Survive

Karakata, which means buying and selling in Yoruba, a language spoken by the Yoruba tribe of Southwestern Nigeria is a radio programme that airs every Wednesday for 30 minutes on Rave FM Oṣogbo and allows listeners to call in and pitch to win an unconditional grant of N5000 ($23.74) to support their petty trade. 
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