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GENDER AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT Promoting Public Good Through Investment In Human Capital Development By Alero M. Richards Edicha’s suicide note was a six-lined scandalous scribble. Sorry it had to end like this. I fell pregnant. Mustafa denied the baby. Nobody cares. I can’t cope. Mama, forgive me. No one saw the eighteen-year old’s death coming. Read More

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Microfinance: Key To Poverty Alleviation By Eghosa Osagie There are many strategic poverty alleviation programmes in existence. Micro-finance is only one of such programmes. The historical landmark event of 1976 carried out by Bangladesh economist, Muhammad Yunus eventually led to the establishment of Grameen Bank. This marked the strategic importance and relevance of micro-credit as Read More

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Malaria: Hope Beckons With New Vaccine By Sabina Idowu-Osehobo Today, a lot of technological advancements have been made in the field of medicine; this has not always been so. The evolution of medical practice which started with the accidental discovery of the efficacy of certain plants saw a lot of trials, errors, and deaths. One Read More

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YOUR LIFE OR YOUR MONEY? By Dr. Omadeli Boyo You must have come across the phrase: “Your life or your money?” as a child watching films or in high school plays. When confronted by men of the underworld you are asked to choose either your life or lose your hard earned money. Most people choose Read More

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FINANCING MICROFINANCE By Godwin Ehigiamusoe PhD   In the past few years, it is safe to assert that two of every three conferences; local and international, focused on how to create sustainable refinancing channels for microfinance institutions and banks. For executives of microfinance institutions, a major challenge is how to meet the ever expanding demand Read More

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