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Procter and Gamble (P&G) National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) Internship Program 2019

Are.you enthusiastic about how first-rate brand names are made? Do you.desire a profession that will challenge you both technically whilst establishing.your management and innovative capabilities? Then a function in P&G’s.Production business in Ibadan plant might be for you. We.make Ariel which is a P&G brand names that touch individuals’s lives.internationally. P&G is among the world’s…

Open Society Effort for Eastern Africa grant 2019 for pro-democracy business.

Application Due Date: Continuous OSIEA plays an active function in motivating open, educated discussion on.problems of value in Eastern Africa. Through a mix of grant.making, advocacy and assembling power, OSIEA has the ability to support and.magnify the voices of pro-democracy companies and people in the.area and to reinforce their capability to hold their federal governments.responsible.…

British Ecological Society Ecologists in Africa grants 2019 (₤ 8,000 for research study)

Application Due Date: Monday 9 September at 17: 00 (BST). . The British Ecological Society grant offers assistance of approximately ₤ 8,000 for ecologists in Africa to perform ingenious eco-friendly research study. Goals This grant offers assistance for Ecologists in Africa to perform ingenious eco-friendly research study. We acknowledge that ecologists in Africa deal with…

NCC to create brief code for NIPRD

By Emmanuel Elebeke ABUJA—The Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC has offered to generate short Code to enhance the operation of the National Institute for Pharmaceutical Research and Development, NIPRD. NCC The short code, when established will enable people call and get desired information from the NIPRD in carrying out its research and development mandate on drugs…

Worldwide Development Network (GDN) International Youth Rivals 2019 for Young Graduates and Researchers (Win...

Due Date: August 15, 2019 The Global Advancement Network (GDN) welcomes entries for the International Youth Competitors 2019 GDN is contacting young graduates and scientists to assist press forward the program of social science research study for sustainable advancement, and send their article as part of a worldwide competitors connected to the international advancement conference,…

Corrupt Judiciary: Senior attorneys, civil society groups back brand-new CJN

By Innocent Anaba, Henry Ojelu & Onozure Dania LAGOS—Senior lawyers and civil society groups in the country, yesterday, concurred with the Chief Justice of Nigeria, CJN, Ibrahim Tanko Muhammad, SAN, that the nation’s judiciary was deeply enmeshed in corruption but threw him the challenge  of sanitising the system. The CJN had, while being confirmed as…

Makinde advises Muslim pilgrims to avoid illegal acts

By Adeola Badru IBADAN-JUST as the 2019 pilgrims from Oyo State to Saudi Arabia have been bid farewell, Governor Seyi Makinde has warned them to shun illicit acts while on the holy pilgrimage. Seyi Makinde The governor, while speaking at the farewell ceremony held at the state’s Hajj camp, Olodo, Ibadan, on Wednesday, he urged…

‘Stay together and step up’ action to fulfill International Objectives, ECOSOC President informs advancement...

“Even though the global picture is mixed”, she stated during the closing of the High-level Political Forum on Sustainable Development (HLPF), “we have made encouraging progress, sometimes despite political and other headwinds”. According to Ms. King, during the past two weeks, the chief global forum for reviewing successes, challenges and lessons learned on the road…

World ‘off track’ to fulfill most Sustainable Advancement Objectives on appetite, food security and...

Four years since the international community agreed to implement the 17 Sustainable Development Goals - whose objectives include tackling food insecurity and poor nutrition - FAO says that a lack of progress “is the norm”. In a new report focusing on Goals 2 (Zero Hunger), 6 (Clean Water And Sanitation), 14 (Life Below Water) and…
Radical change from Australian research study guarantees super-fast computing power

Radical change from Australian research study guarantees super-fast computing power

An Australian research team led by the renowned quantum physicist Prof Michelle Simmons has announced a major breakthrough in quantum computing, which researchers hope could lead to much greater computing power within a decade. Simmons, a former Australian of the Year, and her team at the University of New South Wales announced in a paper…