CHILD CARE IN AFRICA – AN INSIGHT AT CHILD NANNIES: A NIGERIAN CASE STUDY ( PART 2)

WHY CHILD NANNIES? In saner and more developed climes, there are numerous registered institutions one can easily rent a nanny if a family opts for one. The prices are standardized based on the government’s minimum wage and the working hours clearly spelt out based on the prior negotiations the family has with the respective nanny … Continue reading CHILD CARE IN AFRICA – AN INSIGHT AT CHILD NANNIES: A NIGERIAN CASE STUDY ( PART 2)

FEBRUARY: STRUNG BY EDUCATION….

BREAKING THE CYCLE OF POVERTY THROUGH EDUCATION Education in all different forms is key to breaking the cycle of poverty. It has an uplifting effect on other aspects of society that may seem totally unrelated, such as girls’ education lowering the number of prenatal deaths. The relationship between poverty and education is complex, but we … Continue reading FEBRUARY: STRUNG BY EDUCATION….

AUGUST REVIEW: THE NIGERIAN CHILD AND THE FIGHT AGAINST POVERTY

In 2018, Nigeria… a supposedly giant of Africa and the most populous black nation in the world became the country with the highest number of poverty stricken individuals in the world. A significant achievement by the ever corrupt and inept government led by a hoard of ever defecting politicians who has grappled and jostled for … Continue reading AUGUST REVIEW: THE NIGERIAN CHILD AND THE FIGHT AGAINST POVERTY

JULY: RE-EVALUATING YOUR YEAR

EDUCATION IN NIGERIA; THE CONTINUOUS DECADENCE OF THE NIGERIAN EDUCATIONAL SECTOR DEFINITION OF EDUCATION Education according to the Oxford dictionary can simply be defined as the system of training and instruction designed to give knowledge and develop skills. It is a major tool for national socio-economic development and for individuals’ socio-economic empowerment and poverty reduction … Continue reading JULY: RE-EVALUATING YOUR YEAR