December 2, 2012 - NIGERIAN university vice chancellors have called on the federal government to do something about the growing number of students going abroad to seek higher education.
By Adeola Adeyemo
December 4, 2012 - Every year, hundreds of Nigerian students leave the shores of the country to further their education in other more advanced countries, spending millions of dollars in the process. At the top of the list of favoured institutions are those in European and American countries.
TrustAfrica, a Pan-African grant making foundation with partners and associates across Africa, and working in partnership with the Hewlett Foundation, is inviting applications for letters of interest (LOIs) to design and implement early learning innovation projects from organizations in Kenya, Uganda, Mali and Senegal. We are seeking organizations with a credible track record in the area of designing and implementing learning innovations, to submit LOIs. At this stage, our "Early Learning Innovations Fund" is at the pilot phase and we are looking at disbursing grants averaging US$55,000 for projects that can be implemented over 12 months, starting from April 2013.
January 18. 2012
The organization Seneclic has approved, yesterday, a donation worth about 10 million CFA francs. Offered by the Foundation TrustAfrica, this lot consisting essentially of computer equipment will help to strengthen the already established fight against the digital divide and social exclusion in schools.