Summary The curriculum developer and writer shall be required to develop and write a curriculum to be used for the training of young people participating in a democracy, politics and leadership themed program in Nigeria. The curriculum content is expected to be youth friendly in its language, well researched and accurate. In the course of
A high school student in Tanzania who invented a solar energy powered human robot that walks, turns its head and performs a couple of tasks. Gracious Ephraim from Ilboru high school in Arusha is the first ever student in the East African country to build a robot that actually works and moves around, according to
Do you want to win a return ticket to an 8-days CANVASSITY Pan African International learning visit to the African Union Headquarters in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia? You will be joining 10 other CANVASSITY Pan African fellows to meet with the different units of the AU and other regional institution to learn about their roles in
Meet the 28-year-old Gambian who built a million-dollar business exporting local produce to Asia and Europe. Momarr Mass Taal says he got into business by accident. He wanted to be a diplomat like his dad. At the age of 17, The Gambia-born entrepreneur, printed t-shirts for fun, then for friends and gradually grew into a clothing
Youngstars Foundation unveils Faculty team for CANVASSITY Pan African Youth Democracy Fellowship Season 2, Semester 1. Date: 20 – 24 February, 2017 Location: Lagos.
Youngstars Foundation unveils CANVASSITY Pan African Youth Democracy Fellowship Season 2, Semester 1 Participants. 41 delegates from 11 African countries. Date: 20 – 24 February, 2017 Location: Lagos.
CANVASSITY Pan African Youth Democracy Fellowship Season 2 is seeking for youth friendly facilitators to join its faculty and serve as facilitators at the academy. CANVASSITY is a program designed for youth and youth CSOs in Africa to better engage government institutions to improve quality of governance, raise accountability and boost citizen-government collaborations. In 2017,
Chris Kwekowe, a 23-year-old Nigerian entrepreneur, turned down a job offer to work as a software engineer at Microsoft in order to begin his own start-up in Lagos, Nigeria. The Lagos State University computer science graduate proudly revealed his plans to Microsoft CEO and founder, Bill Gates during a television interview for Africa’s brightest young entrepreneurs in