Education Tag Archive

Impacting Nigeria – COEC and Christine Samuel

A year ago, I brought you the story of Swanta Blessing Bonat on the #NotAllHeroesWearCapesSeries and the beautiful work she was doing in her hometown in Kaduna state. To refresh...

Impacting Nigeria: ‘U. Chess and Leisure Games’

Last week I wrote here about how Nigerian education is low and retarded to an extent and hinted at the need to include other skills and activities into our educational curriculum....

Redefining Education with The Thinking Cap Literary Initiative

Education and the surrounding problems like the lack of and poor quality of is one of the most significant issues Africa faces today. Nigeria is not spared from this and 59 years...

How Sarah Lapyilnaan Dafaan is coaching the next generation through Elpizo Restore Foundation

Today’s #NAHWC tells the story of a young woman passionate for youth and teenagers who believes the way to make them good adults is (to borrow words from the bible) to train...

Learning Disabilities; Dyslexia and Dyscalculia

‘’That boy is dumb…” ’That girl no sabi book…”   ‘’that boy just dull…”  “that girl no sabi spell, at her age…” All of these are very common...

How Olayinka Alli-Balogun is supporting the African child through SPARKS

Not All Heroes Wear Capes. Some make a choice to do something and aid humanity. This month on the #NAHWC series, we are telling the stories of young people who did something this...

Christine Ishanpepe Vihishima is bridging the Gap With The Thinking Cap Literacy Initiative. Find Out How

All Three of our Not All Heroes Wear Capes posts have been about education and its state in our country. Literacy is at an all-time low. There are schools in nearly every part of...