My Internship At CODE has unfortunately come to an end by Nkem

Hamzat Lawal October 4, 2016 0

Before I could realize it, my three months internship at Connected Development has unfortunately come to an end. After three months of exciting and unforgettable time at CODE, I can say it has...

From skylines to timelines, Earth Hour shines a light on climate action across West Africa

Hamzat Lawal March 17, 2016 0

— Following a landmark year for climate, World Wide Fund’s  Earth Hour coordinated by Connected Development in Nigeria, and Young Volunteers for the Environment in collaboration with the...

CODE receives grant from The Indigo Trust

Hamzat Lawal February 29, 2016 0

The following blog post is reproduced from the Indigo Trust website. The original post can be found here 👇👇👇 http://goo.gl/Bi49A5 Visitors to the Indigo site may already...

If 10,000 Primary Health Centres are provided …

Hamzat Lawal February 5, 2016 0

If the Minister of Health, Professor Isaac Adewole, and his Ministry complete the building and upgrading of at least 10,000 Primary Health Care Centres across the entire 774 local government...

How Nigeria lost 3.3 billion dollars through tax exempts: The ActionAid report

Hamzat Lawal January 20, 2016 0

It was apparent that everyone sitted in the Acacia Room of the Ladi Kwali Hall in Sheraton Hotels & Towers, Abuja were interested in the reason for the event – Nigeria had lost 3.3 billion...

#PowerUpShere: An Isolated Community in The Federal Capital

Hamzat Lawal January 18, 2016 0

Ever imagined there is a community in the Federal Capital Territory that never had access to electricity? You will be shocked to discover there is, and that community is Shere which is under the...