African UNIDO Entrepreneurs at WINR Bangor University
From Stanley Ijeoma: Official video of the trip to Wales - from a delegate from Nigeria.
NAYD Country Co-ordinatorsLast Updated on 2011-05-17 00:00:00NAYD Country Co-ordinators
It gives me immense pleasure to say ’hello’ to all the new NAYD Country Co-ordinators. This email is the first sent to all 44 Country Co-ordinators, old and new, and NAYD International members emails. It is also addressed to the NAYD YAHOO group so that we all get to know each other’s emails and can contact each other if required. The names of all Country Co-ordinators are also on the web page at www.nayd.org/members.htm next to each country name. Click on the name to send an email to your country co-ordinator.
Bonjour à tous
Il me donne un immense plaisir de dire «bonjour» à tous les nouveaux NAYD pays coordonnateurs. Cet e-mail est le premier envoyé à tous les 44 pays... More »
MAXIMUM Support from ABC4All : Final National Youth Manifesto 2011 - 2015Last Updated on 2011-01-19 00:00:00MAXIMUM Support from ABC4All : Final National Youth Manifesto 2011 - 2015
Tue, Jan 18, 2011 at 10:35 AM
Olawale James Ajani, President
National Youth Council of Nigeriahttp://www.nyc.org.ng/
Hi Olawale James Ajani,
This work by NYCN is so outstanding. It is a pleasure and privilege for ABC4All to be part of the network that will make the vision and mission of the National Youth Manifesto a reality. You have indicated that the National Youth Council of Nigeria is organizing 60 million youth throughout Nigeria.
We are looking forward to supporting this to the MAXIMUM. ABC4All supports nonprofits/NGOs worldwide (more coming):http://home.abc4all.net/resources/view/145954/?topic=32255
The easiest way to facilitate further support from ABC4All for NYCN would be to encourage any / all participants to take a profile at... More »
Obama's Youth TownhallLast Updated on 2010-10-15 20:27:48SUMMARY
President Obama led a 60-minute telecast discussion with 225 young voters at a town hall sponsored by MTV, BET, and CMT yesterday, reports The Washington Post. Broadcast from BET’s Washington studios, the event was hosted by Sway Calloway of MTV, April Woodard of BET, and Katie Cook of CMT. The program also aired live on all three stations and on mtvU, Centric and Tr3s.
Most questions were posed via Twitter submissions and by local college students from Howard, Maryland, Georgetown, George Washington and Montgomery College.
Obama spoke about efforts to make the job market healthier for young entrepreneurs, he touted education reform, he emphasized a “zero-tolerance” policy for harassment, and he repeated his aim to quash “don’t ask, don’t tell” in response to a question from a Howard University professor who challenged him on why he wasn’t acting... More »
Africa Leads the World to RELIEF?Last Updated on 2010-10-11 00:00:00
NOTE: There are ABC4All Mentors in all but 13 of the 42 countries with delegates to The President's Forum with Young African Leaders held in Washington, DC USA in August 2010. Adewole Taiwo, Co-Founder, Local ABC4All / Nigeria represented ABC4All there.
The following plan was shared with African Ministers' Council on Water (AMCOW), formed in 2002 in Abuja Nigeria, primarily to promote cooperation, security, social and economic development and poverty eradication among member states through the management of water resources and provision of water supply services.
The following is a conversation between Believe Africa and ABC4All:
On Mon, Oct 4, 2010 at 5:16 AM, Believe Africa Community wrote:
Believe Africa Community
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