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Apply before July 1, 2019: “MIT – SOLVE’s 2019 Global Challenges”

“How can citizens and communities create and improve social inclusion and shared prosperity?”

“How can all children under five develop the critical learning and cognitive skills they need to reach their full potential?”

“Do you have solutions that use innovative technology to improve the quality of life for women and girls?”

These are some of the crowdsourced Solve’s 2019 Global Challenges and they are open for solutions by July 1, 2019. Over $1.5 million in funding is available.  

Visit the website for more details: 2019 SOLVE GLOBAL CHALLENGE

Make the leap and APPLY HERE. Good luck and all the very best to all participants!

 

Watch some highlights below, from last year – “SOLVE at MIT 2018: The Next Solve Global Challenges”

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#iSERVE2050 #LeadershipMatters | The phenomenal mindset of Africa’s future leaders | Nkosana Mafico | TEDxUQ

Postcards From Africa | Fundamentals of Human Dignity by Pius Adesanmi

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An old post by Pius Adesanmi, I posted it a few years ago and based on recent events in Nigeria, I think it’s worth re-posting again. All the salient issues he raised then are still very relevant today. Enjoy!

[Culled from his Facebook Page on December 16, 2013, and re-posted here]

Fundamentals of Human Dignity. A multilevel compulsory subject to be taught from Primary One to Primary Six, from JSS One to SSS Three, from One Hundred Level to Four Hundred Level.

APC Ogas if you are interested in building this into your vision, call me. You have my number. I wanted folks to know that I suggested this to you so we don’t turn it into behind-the-scenes backpatting talks (brilliant idea, Prof, we shall do it and it is not done); so that you don’t say that nobody drew your attention to the matter.

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#LeadershipMatters “Restructuring Nigeria; Not When, But How.” By Mr. Oseloka Obaze

Restructuring Nigeria; Not When, But How By Mr Oseloka Obaze

“Because Nigeria is so politically polarized, rallying the nation to a consensus on restructuring is fraught with difficulties. Yet two points must be made emphatically. Nigerians must accept that the phobia against restructuring is misplaced, more so when linked with a breakup. Secondly, restructuring need not be a one-off or a this-day event.”
~OSELOKA OBAZE

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