Inspire Community Network

Jude Odufu; North Central Coordinator; wins EduTrust Foundation Grant Award
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Congratulations to our North Central Coordinator Jude Odufu for emerging the winner of the EduTrust Grant Award for his debut community project: Campaign Against Early Marriage; CAEM…..
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Update on Author’s Talk 2020
Author’s Talk isn’t simply special because of the amazing writers across the country who gather to network, learn and share while creating a new community of book lovers, but it’s also because these writers and book lovers gather in a...
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ICON Covid-19 Update
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Our primary responsibility is to empower communities and keep the most vulnerable safe, and we will continue to do that through virtual projects as we continue to urge and encourage the public to promote social distancing, stay home if sick,...
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What is Global Citizenship Education?
There are voices of changes emerging from developing and developed countries across the globe, but, the demand for positive interventions cannot be properly achieved without the knowledge of global citizenship education and its impact in achieving the sustainable development goals...
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South-South: Redefining Valentine’s Day with Egbema Teens
On Valentine’s day, there is usually an increasingly amount of pressure for girls to be in a relationship with the other gender, appear perfect, and express sexual desires, and most of the decisions made on Valentine’s days have resulted to...
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North-Central: Raising Generation of Life-Savers
We do not trust students from rural communities to avoid conflicts when it occurs, but we trust that, with an innovative idea, we can prepare them for emergency situations.
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North-Central: Literacy Session On Developing A Curious Mind
In the golden age of folklores, children and parents would sit around a bonfire and share stories of family cultures, traditions and future aspirations….
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South-West: #GoogleDigitalSkills Project with Google Africa
#GoogleDigitalSkills is a Google initiative, which aims to bridge any digital divide in developing countries, by providing free training to 10 million young Africans on digital skills over the next 5years…
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Author’s Talk 2019: The African Writer and the English Language
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Can a story be considered an African literature if written in English Language? Does English Language accurately capture the diverse African experiences or proverbs? Should African Writers write in their mother tongues? Are African writers pressurized to change their tone...
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North-Central: Girls Career Mentorship Workshop
After secondary (high) school, 95% of girls aspire to become doctors, lawyers, and engineers but these choices are oftentimes triggered by the adults in their lives and not by personal decisions or interests…..
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