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 […]

Economic Reforms, Women’s Employment and Social Policies 

Here’s a scenario you’ve probably heard before. Imagine a football coach with 11 starting players, 5 of them look alike and the other 6 look alike. They all have the required skills to play the game but the coach decides to use only the 1st 5 just because the other 6 are different. That coach is definitely going Read more about Economic Reforms, Women’s Employment and Social Policies […]