Geographical Focus

South-West: Skills Acquisition- Discovering New Fem-Entrepreneurs
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Access to training on fashion and design for rural women, who can barely afford three-square meals for their families, is 95% impossible due to the alarmingly expensive rate charged by the fashion industry to train or accept interns…
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South-South: Books and Food Program For South-South Children
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There are many children in the world but not so many childhoods. Some children across the world celebrate Children’s day with their families and loved ones, but not all experiences the same opportunity….
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South-South: International Women’s Day Market Mobilization
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“The women are always busy—from market to family chores—from morning to night. If they won’t come to us, we will go to them. Today is all about them and they need to know how important this campaign is, to them, and all women across the world.”…
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South-West Writing Workshop: Power of a Pen
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Stories become powerful when expressed in well-written languages, and at ICON, writing workshops help identify and develop voices that requires urgent intervention……
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Author’s Talk 2016: Social Media for Literary Transformation
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Gone are the days when only published authors were read across the world, and in most cases, not all published writers received the same amount of readership. With the emergence of social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, writers can now write…..
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International Day of the Girl Child: The Power of One Book, One Girl
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St Annes Girls School, located in Ibadan, the South-West region of Nigeria— and the largest city in West Africa, started in 1929 with an increasingly yearly enrollment of girls from diverse backgrounds, especially local communities across the city….
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