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Aspen New Voices 4h
TOMORROW is the LAST DAY to submit an Fellowship nomination! Know someone with a story to tell about in Africa, Asia or South America? Don't miss the chance to nominate them for this media- and advocacy-focused fellowship!
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Heir.com.ng 10h
Opportunity For Women The Nigerian Women Trust Fund (NWTF) with support from Ford Foundation, Nigeria,  is seeking applications from young women and feminist leaders for a Capacity Building Mentorship Programme,…
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Replying to @zibahnwako
Oh yes, this resonates so well.
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Olive Spring BC 12h
The act of kindness (1)
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Weyinmi Oct 13
Replying to @trending_medic
Sharp sharp in Warri is sharp sharp, not chop chop. Chop is eat. And in most cases "wak"
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Nathan Ellstrand Oct 13
- so much on Twitter about Academia is negative (and rightfully so)...but what do you enjoy about being in the Academy? Here's mine: I love having the opportunity to wake up and study something I'm passionate about on a daily basis.
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SEGA L'éveilleur®🚨 Oct 13
Human beings are so evil. When they fail at controlling you they try to spread disinformation. So if people respect and listen to me, I should stop speaking the truth about the evil in our society just to make evil forces feel comfortable? Are you people mad?! 🤔
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careerconversations Oct 13
A thought just crossed my regarding PhD students and Postdocs: How many of you believe that your university has your best interest in mind. (Poll is anonymous)
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Weyinmi Oct 13
Okay 😊
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Wale Micaiah Oct 13
If you still have them - Take care of your Mum and don't forget your Dad. Many put their dreams on hold because they can't just see you suffer. The sacrifice may be small, but it was all they could do - for you. Honour them and God will honour you.
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Efe Otofia Oct 13
Come alive in your thought & watch how everything arround you blossom.
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Weyinmi Oct 13
I am curious 😍
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Affirm Woman Oct 13
Looking forward to running a workshop next week at with the leaders of and other female students. Why Scrabble? Watch this space... 😉
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ActionGX Oct 13
When we connected the students of Calidan Emerald schools to the world around them, teaching them about biodiversity. We understand the impact of young people. Hence why Environmental education is important in building capacity in taking Climate action.
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E Oct 13
No one can serve two masters. He will hate one and love the other ; or be devoted to one and despise the other. You cannot serve the interests of both God and money.
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PIND Oct 13
With support from , PIND Foundation under its Niger Delta Youth Employement Pathways (NDYEP) project and in collaboration with Doctor Fish Agric Consult will be offering free aquaculture value chain training to youth in Akwa Ibom State.
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Olive Spring BC Oct 13
You have identity
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Ayọ̀mídé Joe Oct 12
Most of the "it is our culture" & "it is not in our culture" people don't really understand the concept of culture, a certain number don't even know the history of the culture they refer to. People pick a specific thing from a period and spread it around as "our culture"
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Weyinmi Oct 13
Replying to @AchonyeIheanyi
You mean Him as in God? If yes, Daniel was in politics.
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opportunitydesk.org Oct 13
Call for Partners! Opportunity Desk is pleased to invite interested partners and sponsors for the 2019 OD Impact Challenge. Join us to recognize and support young changemakers working to bring positive change to their communities. Details: |
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