Martina Odok, a CANVASSITY Youth Democracy Fellowship 2016 participant is depicting the problem of unemployment, unemployability and the ideal situation of Skills and Youth Entrepreneurship on her “Democracy Works Canvass“, which she is using as a mass civic mobilization tool to share her plan of collaborating with government to address her community concerns. She intends to engage the Plateau State
Daniel Esimaje Magboruko CANVASSITY ‘’Democracy Works Canvas’’ illustrates how bad policies, lack of government support and poor local production affects the behavior and competition of various government and private organizations, and its impact on society (poor infrastructure, unemployment, poverty, loss of innovative skills and talent, uneasy access to product and service). His Canvas also pictures the ideal
A Namibian schoolboy in the country’s Ohagwena Region has come up with a sim-less mobile phone that does not require airtime to make calls. The Grade 12 learner, Simon Petrus, a pupil at Abraham Iyambo Senior Secondary School created the phone using spares from a phone and television set, New Era reports. Complete with a
Ruth Eyitayo Lawal’s CANVASSITY ‘’Democracy Works Canvas’’ depicts the consequences of unemployment, poverty and loss of innovative skills and talent among youths and young women. The Canvas also pictured the solution, which is commercial agriculture in a rural subsistence agricultural setting through provision of comprehensive, proven and state of art agricultural services to farming community
One young man is taking the Nigerian fuel crisis into his own hands, quite literally. “It’s insane,” said Subomi Owo-Odusi, founder of FueledUp, describing the interest in his business, an app due to launch that will deliver fuel straight to its users in Lagos. “A lot of people are keen,” he said. “This will take
The National Youth Colloquium on State of Governance in Nigeria held at the conference hall of Kanem Suites, #41 Ajose Adegun Street, Utako, Abuja on the 25th May, 2016. A total number of 101 participants from 26 States across Nigeria including the FCT were in attendance. During the event, three (3) panel sessions took place
Mohammed Sani Garba’s, CANVASSITY ‘’Democracy Works Canvass’’ illustrates the negative effect of violent crimes (Political Thuggery and Armed Robbery) occasioned by illegal drug intake among youth and possession of illegal firm arms, as well as the solution to the problem (Education, Sensitization and Disarmament).
Muhammad Auwal Adamu’s CANVASSITY ‘’Democracy Works Canvas’’ illustrates a lack of suitable/adequate learning infrastructure, equipment and tools in our basic schools (primary and secondary) in urban and high-poverty areas that are plagued by dilapidated physical buildings (peeling paint, poor lightening and non-functioning sanitary facility), overcrowded classrooms and teaching aids (textbooks, ICT facilities, audio and visual