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Education

The Rays of RANA Reaches Uncharted Territories: The Story of Attahiru Kyanbarawa

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For Kyanbarawa community in Zamfara state, educating their children still remains a daunting task. Their main occupation is trading as the community is only a few kilometers from the popular Kasuwar-Daji market, a major market visited by local and international traders. Though, the community boast of a public primary school in the community, for the

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Adolescents in Cross River State Reach out for their optimal potentials

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On Tuesday, March 22, 2016, I witnessed an epoch event since my years of knowing Cross River State people, as well as Family Health International (FHI 360) in Nigeria. High level dignitaries from the Government and four host communities gathered at the Transcorp Hilton Hotel Calabar to herald the coming of a new intervention project

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RANA: When the sun shines, no hand can hide the glow!

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My previous article highlighted the strengths of indigenous organizations in promoting stakeholders engagement and their influences on the political economy of Nigeria. In this edition, I will highlight the commitments made by very important dignitaries to champion the course of reading and numeracy in Katsina State. Installed as Reading Champions on February 02, 2016, during

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The strength of indigenous organizations in catalyzing key stakeholders to action

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This article elucidates the strength of indigenous Civil Society Organizations (CSO) in catalyzing key stakeholders to action, charging local political economy, as well as pulling down barriers to accessing policy makers.

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