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Rural e-Learning?

It’s been 6 months since the closure of schools over the announcement of the deadly Coronavirus as an epidemic that has since been ravaging economies of the whole world, nations; both developed and underdeveloped have felt the blow dealt by this virus. This led to the initiative of students continuing their education at home ‘eLearning’…

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Our Journey…

The Local Education Agency {LEA} School mentoring programme was started to mentor under privileged and disadvantaged children with life skills that will provide guidance and constructive feedback to these children to live reasonable and productive lives thereby becoming young responsible adults. This is one of the series of programmes undertaken by CORE to assist the…

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EnE Club Event: 1st Quarter

The sound of Teni’s hit music “I wanna be a billionaire” could be heard right from the gate of the Abuja’s Millennium Park. The breathtaking scenery, the sight of the lush green grasses and trees, the sound of children’s laughter while playing and the constant pestering of photographers for a take a shot upon arrival,…

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SELF CONTROL

“Your father” Favor shouted at Benjamin before she knew it. She felt sad as she had promised herself not to abuse anyone no matter what happened, they were on the playground and Benjamin just snatched her biscuit from her. Favor had anger issues; she got angry at any slight provocation and everyone in school knew…

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EZRA & PATIENCE

Patience: (excited) Guy how far? Did you watch the game yesterday? Ezra (moody) which game? Patience: Oh, is it because you people lost? {Laughing} Ezra: See I’m not in the mood for your talk today. Patience: Guy, what’s the matter? Why the long face? Ezra: I don’t know I am just tired. Patience: Of what,…

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The BIG Question

It is often said that it’s better to teach a man how to catch a fish, than to consistently keep giving him fish. When quoting this cliché, a large number of people consciously don’t note some pros contained in this statement. This scenario points out that the man in question is indeed fortunate to have…

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LEA Dnako Graduation 2019

Today marked the graduation of Primary 6 and Pre- nursery children from LEA Primary School Dnako. This primary school is one of the schools where we are actively involved in mentoring of their students with life skills. We believe that providing guidance and constructive feedback to these children will enable them live reasonable and productive…

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The Cahira Empowerment Project-One Skill At A Time

On Saturday 1st September 2018, Muslim Hands Int’l Nigeria, an international NGO focused on tackling the root causes of poverty worldwide by eliminating the many inequalities around us and building a fairer safer world sponsored the Cahira Empowerment Project-one skill at a time. This project provided vocational skills in liquid soap making, izal making, air…

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