Meta launches digital training for NGOs across Anglophone West Africa | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News
Meta has officially launched its non-profit training programme, a digital capacity building programme for 1,500 non-profit personnel across Anglophone West Africa.
Meta | Time At the event, which took place in Lagos recently, Meta also announced its support for Geda Digital training, a six month Social Innovators Bootcamp Programme for Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs).He spoke in Lagos during the launch of his book, Nigeria Beyond Buhari, to inquire into the future of the country and its leadership.The move, the bodies said, was to encourage adherence and compliance of good corporate governance practices by companies.Okoro The convict killed the 85-year-old woman at her residence in Government Reserved Area (GRA) Benin City on December 2, 2021, before running away with her jewelry.
These trainings were aimed at supporting the non-profit and social impact sector across Anglophone West Africa.Giving the opening address, Head of Public Policy for Anglophone West Africa, Adaora Ikenze, “We know the value of digital skills and Meta is committed to helping non-profits and social enterprises across Nigeria acquire these skills by providing them with information that will increase their overall digital awareness.He observed that the Nigerian economy, from 1960 and before 2015, lacked values for national development.“We recognise the needs of these NGOs and we are excited to partner with NGOs who leverage our family of apps for impact.He explained that considering the fact that the SCGN had worked with the FRC on laudable projects in the past, such as the development of the Nigerian Code of Corporate Governance (NCCG) 2018 and the survey on corporate governance in the agricultural sector, the collaboration would be laudable in upholding good corporate governance in Nigeria.We are delighted to provide the required support in upskilling them to scale and strengthen the work they do within their communities.The economist dropped the hint while speaking on the new leadership style, christened, Constructive Age of Ideology (CAI).” While giving the keynote address, Special Advisor to President Muhammadu Buhari on Social Investments, Maryam Uwais, said, “We commend the initiatives of Meta towards developing people working in the non-profit sector.When she was arrested, Okoro said her late boss never offended her.
This investment is deeply appreciated by the Federal Government.He also commended SCGN on its efforts towards promoting corporate governance in Nigeria and lauded the society in areas of training, capacity building and advisory, especially in the implementation of the Nigeria Code of Corporate Governance (NCCG).Meta has continuously been a partner to the government, we must continue with this partnership to make Nigeria a better place.” During a chat at the event, Chief Executive Officer, FATE Foundation, Adeyemi Adenike, stressed the need for NGOs to identify cost effective methods of reaching their target audience and sharing their impact stories, especially by leveraging Meta family of apps during the chat.Buttressing this, Founder/CEO, Donors for Africa Foundation, Chidi Koldsweat, stated that the collaboration with Meta on the Geda Digital Training will be helpful in providing visibility for NGOs.In this article.To further underscore Meta’s longstanding approach to connecting with more allies and supporting NGOs that are using Meta’s family of Apps for good, Meta held a series of engagements with the social impact sector in 2021, including listening sessions and training for non-profit organisations.on December 2, 2021, I used a stool to hit her on the head and she was shouting for help, but only the gateman was around and he did not hear the shout.
Meta also held pilot sessions of its Meta Non-Profit program with partners in Tanzania, Nigeria and South Africa.In this article.
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