As part of our advocacy effort to help inform communities and decision-makers about children’s rights, we organized a 3-day workshop on Alternative care for children in collaboration with the Ministry of women affairs. A major objective of the workshop which was held in Sawalino Hotel,...

In March, over 100 participants in Abuja conferenced at The Work & Connect Hub, to participate in the orientation programme of The Next Economy Programme. The batch 4 of the employability and entrepreneurship training of young people under the Next Economy project started in February...

Every child needs someone to support and protect them as they grow. But many parents face hardships that prevent them from giving proper care to their children. Edo State like many other states in Nigeria has an unemployment challenge, especially for the teeming youth population....

Positive socialization can help in the vital shaping of the personality of young children. In Nigeria, children have developed a longing for the activities that come with Holidays like the Easter Celebration. The Easter celebration like most Festivities in Nigeria is usually marked by largesse,...

A report published in March 2019, by Simona Varrella, on the statistica.com platform puts the unemployment rate in Nigeria around 35 percent, with the research subject being between 15-64years old. With this number being on an exponential rise, we identified an essential need for the young people...

Children’s mental well-being plays a key role in their development, and it is significantly affected by that of parents or caregivers. Community mental health care models can be integrated into family strengthening programs and train helpers in the community to provide mental health support. In...

Cross-section of the club members during a meeting - SOS children villages Nigeria In cases of social unrest, children and young people are most vulnerable. North-East Nigeria has experienced over 11 years of conflict arising from attacks by Non-state Armed Groups and over 60 percent of...