To bridge the English Language gap, South Saharan Social Development Organization made English language one of the four subjects taught on the Radio School programme where curriculum based classes are aired on radio for JSS2 students in two states in Nigeria- Enugu and Adamawa states.
Health programme officer of South Saharan Social Development Organization, Mr Victor Nwagbo, speaking to the women about the importance of talking to someone who cares whenever they are depressed in order to prevent the situation from sliding into severe depression which could lead to suicide.
Ola ndi Igbo is an initiative established by a group of passionate, credible and committed young Igbo Professionals. The Idea behind this initiative is to honour and celebrate individuals of Igbo descent who have distinguished themselves in their profession on a global stage and therefore deserve to be recognized as our Global best.
For many young people, discussions about budget and national spending is like playing reggae in the midst of blues.. only a handful are interested in understanding the role of young people in budgeting or how they can get involved in the budget process.
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.
"I didn't know about my rights as a child but through Radio School, I got to know my rights and also to report anyone who violates them without being afraid".
Health care is a very delicate subject especially in this part of the Sub Saharan Africa where many communities rely solely on external aid to run effectively.
“Radio School has really helped me a lot in my studies. I have learnt a lot from it. My favourite subjects are Basic Science and Mathematics. (Miracle, JSS2 student Enugu State).