In Nigeria, wastes are usually dumped on roadsides, open pits, flowing gully water, and drainage channels. South South Community Volunteer; Gift Ojeanelo, launched the Use a BIN Campaign (U-BIN project) to promote access to information on preventing and combating reckless disposal of community waste. Gift in talk with a market woman. Gift discussing with a shop owner.
At least 43% of Nigerian children are trapped in various forced labor despite international conventions banning it. South South Community Volunteer; Princess Okooboh, created CACIL, a community campaign to promote children's right to education and enhance socio-economic safety for families and communities through community mobilization and awareness of its impacts. Princess talking to a mother and her children. Princess talking to a parent. A parent listening to Princess
When it comes to politics, women's voices and participation are still largely missing even though electoral decisions impact their livelihood, well-being, and security. Barriers like education, language, and socio-economic status continue to influence rural women's participation in expressing their civic rights. An Icon volunteer engaging market women. Ushafa market women mobilization. As Nigeria commences campaigns for the 2023 election, Volunteer Omolara Oladipupo, a resident of Ushafa community of the Bwari Local Government Area in North Central Nigeria has begun street and market mobilization of Ushafa women's active participation in the upcoming election. Engaging more market women.
Nasarawa state and Keffi Local Government like any other state in Nigeria and the world are influenced by climate change. Therefore, education is a critical agent in addressing the issue of climate change.