Rape and sexual assault against women in Nigeria have become issues in dare need of global intervention. Although there has been concerted efforts towards protecting the rights of the girl child as well as women in their homes and society at large, there is still much to be done, to put an end to it.Read More →
As part of her corporate social responsibility towards enhancing maternal and child health, Dana Drugs Limited, earlier this week, de-wormed about 5,0000 school children in Kano StatRead More →
It’s another world cup, and this time, it’s in Brazil, the street party capital of the world except now they are pretending not to be in party mode (what with all the demonstrations and all). It can only be expected that there will be big hair, pouty lips and miles of flesh in abundance. Not only are Brazillian women famed to be some of the world’s most beautiful, they are also the women who have had the most plastic surgeries. As the football goes on, a million and one side shows carry on simultaneously, mostly involving dance, cavorting and ‘behind-the-scenes’ action.Read More →
News of this deadly virus has hit the airwaves and are not about to go away. the scaremongering machine has been put in motion but should you be afraid? Here’s some background information about Ebola, a virus with a high fatality rate that was first identified in Africa in 1976.Read More →
AS part of measures to further bridge the gap between girls and boys access to Information and Communications Technology (ICT), the Women in Technology in Nigeria (WITIN) on Tuesday in Lagos, hosted the 2014 edition of Tech 4D forum for women with theme women leading through technology.Read More →
lot has been said about stress and it’s effects on your health and beauty. Still it appears there is no escape if you live in a cosmopolitan city such as Lagos. If you’re a working woman, you’re even more prone, with multiple responsibilities at home, work and to extended family. We’ve heard it all fromRead More →
DOMESTIC violence has taken a big hit, in Nigeria, in recent times.
Various non-governmental organizations have accessed funds both locally and internationally with which they are working pro-bono, as well as looking after victims of the scourge and their children.
Maryam Abdullahi lived with her family in a shack in Ilupeju, Lagos, where her father worked. Life was uncertain and tough, but the illiterate couple from the northern part of the country was able to manage to send Maryam- the last of four children- to school.Read More →
Bread can be a friend or a foe depending on why you eat it, how you eat it and when you eat it. Love it or hate it bread has been an important staple through all of history and continues to be. It is now a question of understanding the kinds of breads there are and what makes the difference between them.Read More →
If you have not given it a thought then it’s about time you did, because Mothers’ Day is around the corner and it’s not a time for business as usual; but the day to celebrate that great woman who gave you life and nurtured you to be what you are toady. Remember, not all persons who are given birth can lay claim to being called mothers, so celebrate yours. Also, remember those who have lost their own children and those who do not have biological children, but do nurture others.Read More →
Nigeria’s adolescent girls hold the key to the well being of their families, neighbourhoods and the nation .If given quality basic education and skills the confidence and opportunity to grow and prosper, their contributions to the society will be multiplied many folds.Read More →