Category: blogs

Follow The Money Convening Across 6 Geopolitical Zones in Nigeria

Communications May 31, 2021 0

Follow The Money is strategically decentralizing its operational structures to allow zonal champions to own the vision and encourage massive volunteer recruitment at the community level....

Getting Children Back to Classroom: The ‘Follow The Money’ Success in Kaduna State

Communications May 10, 2021 0

By Shakir Akorede It’s no more news—one in every five of the world’s out-of-school children is in Nigeria. If that is appalling, generally speaking, the case of the northern part of the...

A Year Later, Youths Are Still Tracking COVID Spending in Nigeria

Kevwe Oghide April 28, 2021 0

‘Kevwe P. Oghide A growing group of young Nigerians are demanding that the government accounts for the $8.9 billion dollars donated by international agencies, corporate organisations and...

Ten Crucial Points From Adichie’s “We Should All Be Feminists” for Ending GBV

Communications April 10, 2021 0

By Charles E. Uche Esq & Hyeladzira J. Mshelia In the view of Socrates, intellectualism allows that “one will do what is right or best just as soon as one truly understands what is right...

How COVID is affecting Education Financing in Nigeria

Communications March 22, 2021 0

by Mukhtar Modibbo Halilu The advent of the COVID-19 pandemic has not only revealed the poor state of infrastructure and facilities in the health sector of  Nigeria but has also...


Communications March 4, 2021 0

By Taiba Habeeb The Chief Executive, my colleague, Mukhtar and I on a work trip. I remember being asked during my interview for the position of an Executive Assistant to the  Chief...

Women in Leadership: Losing the Norm and Embracing the Standard

Steffia Imoesi February 26, 2021 0

By Steffia Imoesi Growing up, I always believed that a lady should live in the shadows and not be seen so as to avoid attracting the wrong crowd. We were taught to settle, be shy,...

We Can All Play a Role to End GBV

Communications February 18, 2021 0

Many cases of SGBV are carried out in a household where children are supposed to feel safe and secure, however, home for many children is far from safe.

Ending Violence against Vulnerable Groups in Kano State

Communications February 12, 2021 0

Charles Uche Esq Few of the notable deficiencies of the Violence Against Persons Prohibition (VAPP) Act of 2015 are its inability to criminalise spousal rape and provide adequate protection to...

Strengthening State Capacities and Women’s Participation in COVID Response

Communications January 25, 2021 0

UN Women: Broader Peace-building Initiative Campaign The current COVID-19 health emergency is worsening gender inequalities. There is no gainsaying that COVID19 will likely have...