Our ecosystems are under attack. Years of pollution, over-exploitation of the environment, and proliferation of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere are leading to loss of our ecosystems. Forests, farmlands, oceans, animals, plants, and others that we depend on for food, drinking water and climate protection are depleting or going extinct. This has led to this […]

Abuja (April 28, 2021) – Today, Propcom Mai-karfi met with the UK Minister for Africa, James Duddridge (MP), and the UK Prime Minister’s Special Envoy for Girls’ Education and Trade Envoy to Nigeria, Helen Grant (MP), at the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO) in Abuja. The discussion was on rural economies and pro-poor business […]

Changing rain and snow patterns, melting glaciers, rising sea level leading to floods, increasing drought, and higher temperatures are among some of the devastating effects of climate change on the earth. The impact of climate change is felt by all and seems to be worsening; it, thus, requires an all-hands-on-deck approach to fight back and […]

Although it is 42 years after the ratification of the Convention on All aspects of Violence Against Women (CEDAW, 1979), discrimination is still widespread in law and practice. Over the last decade, 131 countries have added 274 gender-related amendments to legislation and rules, but it is documented that more than 2.5 billion women remain in […]

It is 2021 and women still face significant challenges that hold them back from attaining their potential. Compared to men, women have less access to education and financial institutions, have fewer economic opportunities, face more challenges starting a business, are fewer in leadership positions, and feature less prominently in politics. Economic empowerment of women has […]


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