Oxfam in Nigeria Food Security Ambassador and ace musician Sound Sultan has launched a #United4Food campaign in collaboration with The Human and Environmental Development Agenda (HEDA Resource Centre). The project is part of a global food security campaign by Oxfam, and Voices for Food Security (VFS) is the main collaborating network in Nigeria.
According to the organisers of the competition, it is time for young Nigerians to get involved in agricultural issues and shape the narratives and direction of these conversations.
Mr Sulaimon Arigbabu, Executive Secretary of HEDA said “This competition is not for everyone. It’s for those who […]
From the quest of people for a conference that addresses and tackles the issue of stolen funds flight, comes a conference which emerges as a seminar in the international context.
Tracking faulty tower conference organized by Dr. Gbenga Oduntan: A Reader in International Commercial Law, Kent Law School in collaboration with other partners provides you with nitty-gritty of the stolen capital flight saga and everything you need to know about the 70-80 billion dollars of stolen capital from developing nations in western hemisphere.
This conference aims at offering you an introduction to strategies and techniques for tracing ownership […]
Action Connected – Early Adopter Membership Action Connected is a ground breaking online platform serving the needs of three major stakeholders such as Funders,Implementers (NGOs, Social Businesses) and Beneficiaries.
The needs of all these stakeholders have been put into consideration on the Action Connected platform to ensure sustainability of projects and foster long-term rewarding relationships.
Our reach is global and we are currently working alongside various African based Implementers (NGOs) to make sustainable impact with their projects through our platform.
As a Nigerian- based NGO, here are some of the benefits for joining Action Connected:
a. Have Access to […]
According to George Monbiot of The Guardian (UK), “It’s the dark heart of Britain, the place where democracy goes to die, immensely powerful, equally unaccountable,” and “exist[ing] outside many of the laws and democratic controls which govern the rest of the United Kingdom.” What happens to this ferocious creature that even the Parliament has little authority over is the focus of Harold Crooks’ scorching film, The Price We Pay, an exhaustive look at the latest tack in economic pillage.
The Price We Pay is inspired by Brigitte Alepin’s book La Crise fiscale qui vient. Director Harold Crooks […]