The Challenges of Girl-Child Education, A Case Study of Yobe State, North-East Nigeria

The term ‘girl-child refers to a female between the ages of 6-18 years (Mukhatar (2011). Thus, in countries affected by conflict (Northeast Nigeria), girls are more than twice as likely to be out of school than girls living in non-affected countries. According to Nigerian President Muhammed Buhari as quoted on January 16, 2020 Nigeria has 13.2 million out-of-school children. The girl-child accounts for 60% of this figure. Pervasive gender ideologies at the household and community levels always favor boys over girls and promote differential educational opportunities and outcomes.

Introduction to Menstrual Hygiene and Management amongst Teenage Girls in Gwagwalada Area Council

This project is focused on educating, empowering, sensitization and awareness of the girl child on menstruation matters. Following recent issues on menstruation practices and its ills associated such as menstruation being as a taboo, or girls feeling there are mistakes for being born into this world, absenteeism from school and menstruation stigma, a club known as Dignity for Girls’ (D4G) was initiated to sensitize girls on proper menstruation practices.

Impact of Leadership Style on Employee’ performance In (Non- profit Organizations) Taiz, Ibb Yemen Case Study

Employees performance is a critical factor in organizations success. An effective employee is a combination of an excellent skill set and a production of work environment. There are numerous factors that affect employees’ performance. One of them is leadership style, the objective of the study is to establish the perceived factors of leadership style that affect employees’ performance in the non-profit organization.

The impact of refugees and asylum seekers in contributing to the local and national economic development nexus. A case study of dzaleka camp in malawi

Most governments have remained hesitant in hosting refugees and asylum seekers because their economic contribution to host economies has some controversies. Evidence from some literature shows context specific economic impacts as it targets individuals as well as communities surrounding the camp or settlements without necessarily trickling the benefits to the larger national economy in general. The study explored the impact of refugees and asylum seekers in terms of contribution to the local and national economy.

An assesment of the pushing factors that led to the prevalence of child labour experiences in one of the sudanese refugee camp at Tongo (Western Ethiopia)

To date, the civil war in Sudan’s Blue Nile region resulted 11,172 refugees ended in Tongo refugee Camp, settled in Tongo town, Mao-Komo Special district, of which nearly 59% are children.

However, little assistance is available to help refugees with the increasing cost of living, pushing many families to send their children to work jeopardizing their education and subjecting them to exploitation by employers looking for cheap labor.

Assessment of Health and Health related Problems in Hoja-Dure town of Special Zone Surrounding Finfinne, Oromia Region, Ethiopia

The health status of population is determined by many factors, including; socio-economic status such as income and job opportunity, institutional factors: such as access to health and development sectors and provision of services to the community, environmental and hygiene practices, disease burden and others. The purpose of this study was to explore about health and health related problems in Hoja-dure town, Ethiopia.

Assessment of Knowledge, Attitude and Practice (KAP) of disaster preparedness among Rwanda Red Cross employees

Disasters have been always a public health issue for humanity and it has been observed that one of means to fight them is to be prepared before they strike. This study assessed the knowledge, attitude and practice of disaster preparedness among Rwanda Red Cross employees. It is a cross sectional and descriptive study realized on 70 persons working for Rwanda Red Cross.

Persons with Disability in Syria: Challenges and Solutions

The Syrian crisis an 8-year-old hideous crisis will not fade without leaving a strong impact, from what we have seen it has increased vulnerability and the prevalence of impairment, leaving a tremendous number of war-born injuries that are considered as a problem in both health and socio-economic sectors. The staggering levels of need persist for people across Syria as it remains a major protection crisis, with civilians exposed to multiple protection risks related to ongoing hostilities; the effects of new and protracted displacement; dire conditions in sites and collective shelters hosting IDPs; and the depletion of socioeconomic resources triggering harmful coping strategies (e.g. child labor and early marriages).

A cry from voiceless school girl in Shinyanga region, Tanzania

A cry from a voiceless school girl

Tanzania’s efforts to see all school-aged children in primary school got well underway in 2002 with implementation of the Primary Education Development Plan (PEDP) where the planned enrolment of 1,500,000 children was exceeded. The abolition of mandatory contributions including school fees and relaxation of the uniform requirement were among the steps taken under the education sector reform process, which aims to have all primary school aged children in school by 2006.

Quick guide for education in emergencies

The right to education is an internationally recognized human right; it is also more than that, it is the tool through which people exercise and defend the rest of their human rights.

However, per UNESCO, in 2014 there were 58 million children around the world who were not in school. The percentage of girls deprived of education is higher than the percentage of boys since gender still represents an obstacle in many cultures. Furthermore, UNESCO recognizes that, if this tendency persists, 4 out of 10 of those children