The Evaluation of Women’s Contribution to Economic Sustainability 

In my previous article, I pointed out that nations of the world including Nigeria will continue to ignore the role of women in economic development to their own detriment. Women make up a huge percentage of Nigeria’s population and therefore it is sacrosanct they be engaged productively for the country to attain the level of development it seeks. According to this article by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) titled “The Impact Read more about The Evaluation of Women’s Contribution to Economic Sustainability […]

The Impact of Digital Technology on the 21st Century Youth.

The world has drastically changed ever since the advent of technology. It is no secret that technology has become an integral component of daily life and the crucial role it plays in a developing society like Nigeria cannot be overemphasized. Digital technology according to yourdictionary.com is a digital device, method, system, etc., created by using Read more about The Impact of Digital Technology on the 21st Century Youth.[…]

Ending Global Hunger: Policies and Practices

World hunger could be the biggest single risk to global health. Over 800 million people are faced with the crisis of hunger. Most of these people are in Asia, Africa and Southern America. The United Nations have defined hunger as a period whereby the populace is under attack of food insecurity leading them to starve Read more about Ending Global Hunger: Policies and Practices[…]

Gender Mainstreaming in Policy Making in Nigeria

Gender indicates the characteristics, positions and roles of women and men in all social relationships. Gender equality, on the other hand, indicates that men and women have equal positions and roles; are given equal conditions and opportunities to develop their capacities for the development of the community, family and equally enjoy the achievement of that Read more about Gender Mainstreaming in Policy Making in Nigeria[…]