As it can be: What AYECI Africa IS DOING.

As it can be: What AYECI Africa IS DOING.

Hey hey hey! I remember how I had gone round looking for internship at "big" oil companies last year. None called me back and I didn't want to sit home doing nothing for 3 months. A friend then linked me with the Executive Director of AYECI Africa and after an interview, I joined the family. I can say without doubt that my internship here was what stamped my love and respect for social development. (more…)
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As it can be: what leap africa is doing.

As it can be: what leap africa is doing.

Hey hey hey! If you're new here, welcome! Wednesdays are for social talks and to showcase how people and organizations are doing great things to make Nigeria and Africa better. Today's spotlight is on LEAP AFRICA, an organization started by Mrs. Ndidi Okonkwo Nwuneli, MFR, 14 years ago before the age of 30. What I love most about the founder was that she had the option to stay in the U.S but came back home to work in the social sector. (This is not to say that those outside the social sector aren't great or patriotic.) (more…)
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As it can be: What makes you angry?

As it can be: What makes you angry?

Hey hey hey! Good day beautiful people of God. I'm back....lol. I'm wondering where I went. Can we just begin from the end? WHAT MAKES YOU ANGRY? I remember how mad I was about homeless people in Ghana. Everyday, I complained to my roommate while we walked to school and I kept asking people for numbers I could call to pick people off the streets. There was none. (more…)
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As it can be: What Slum2School is doing.

As it can be: What Slum2School is doing.

Hey hey hey! If you remember what I shared in this post, you'd know that Wednesdays focus on social issues/ change / development and what people like you and I are doing about it. I knew about Slum2School first on Twitter (or was it Instagram?) Their pictures encouraged me to volunteer more, but what surprised me most was the fact that this was an organization under 5 years! If you volunteer in Nigeria, you'd probably have heard about Slum2School. (more…)
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