South Saharan's Radio School is a programme where curriculum based classes are being aired on the radio so that children can have access to quality education. This are for children in community schools or out of school..
The Awakening radio programme inspires young people with the right information to get involved in nation building, It helps young people inteprete and participate in governance and decision making as well as the implementation of government policies and programmes.
2 in 5 women experience violence from their lovers at some point in their life. South Saharan through the Sister Guardian Initiative is committed to helping women rise above domestic violence.
Improve learning outcome project identifies the need for the re-training teachers in public schools on best strategies for students’ engagement in classroom as well as SBMCs.
"In my community in the south-eastern part of Nigeria, girls are still getting married at an early age either due to teenage pregnancy or because their parents are poor and see marriage as an alternative to the girl’s education..." - Onyeka Akunna
South Saharan Social Development Organization tested this out in Enugu State through its Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission (PMTCT) and Sexual Reproductive Health programme in which Traditional Birth Attendants (TBAs) are being trained on PMTCT.
No one should have to endure this kind of pain—and your first step to breaking free is recognizing that your situation is abusive.
I love driving and earning as doing what I love brings fulfillment for me. I am happy that I can save money and hopefully get another keke to empower other women.
This project seeks to improve the learning outcome of pupils in Enugu State through improved capacity of teachers and community involvement in schools’ management.
The South Saharan Social Development Organisation economic empowerment project which provides soft loans to widows and women facing domestic violence hasmade a huge impact in the life of women in Nsukka, Eke, Isiuzo, Uzowani, Umode, Agboga and Ezeagu communities.
No child should be denied the opportunity to learn and grow. Yet over 10 millions of children are out of school. Radio School aims to bridge that gap with help from donors like you.
World English Day is celebrated on the 23rd of April every year. English Language is a global lingua franca as it is spoken as a first language in many countries of the world and an official language in about 60 countries. Find out some interesting radio school facts.
Corruption is a cancer to development anywhere in the world. It destroys the destiny of future generations and locks the present generation in a maze of darkness and underdevelopment. This is the reason many countries in the world are treating corruption like a fugitive that should be given no hiding place.
Ola Ndi Igbo aims to foster a world of growth, innovation and sustainable development while identifying voices and ideas that are shaping the next generation.
For many young people, discussions about budget and national spending is like playing reggae in the midst of blues. While many a youth will prefer a discussion on football, movies or some fun activity, only a handful are interested in understanding the role of young people in budgeting or how they can get involved in the budget process.