Targeting Girl Child Education in Malawi

By: Kehinde Ayeni Malawi’s youth population is estimated to be 40% of 17.2 million people under 15 years according to 2016 PRB fact sheet. Being a youthful population, the government has one of the highest children literacy rates when compared to countries within the region. One of the contributing factors for high enrolment was the … Continue reading Targeting Girl Child Education in Malawi

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Empowered for Change 1.0 – Ekiti Connect

By: Olamide Adeyeye LEAP, through its leadership development policy, is constantly seeking to support the growth of an ecosystem of young people who are driving social initiatives aimed at improving social-economic development within the African continent. In this regard, between 8th and 10th April 2019, LEAP partnered with Ekiti Connect to implement a Leadership and … Continue reading Empowered for Change 1.0 – Ekiti Connect

Leveraging the Agency of Teachers to Improve Students’ Learning Outcomes

By: Bernard Ibelih In the last three years, LEAP Africa through the United Way Worldwide grant on behalf of the generosity of Citi Foundation has implemented the iLEAD programme in 15 schools in Lagos State. This programme has trained about 45 teachers and 1200 students in public secondary schools on Leadership, Life and Employability skills … Continue reading Leveraging the Agency of Teachers to Improve Students’ Learning Outcomes