Monthly Archives: March 2012

Data show Nigerians the most educated in the U.S.

Data show Nigerians the most educated in the U.S. BACHELOR’S AND BEYOND In America, Nigerians’ education pursuit is above rest – Whether driven by immigration or family, data show more earn degrees LESLIE CASIMIR, Copyright 2008 Houston Chronicle Published 05:30 a.m., Tuesday, May 20, 2008 For Woodlands resident David Olowokere, one of Nigeria’s...
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Africa Malaria

Africa Malaria Control day The African Union has established April 25 as a day to raise awareness of the damage caused by malaria in Africa. Malaria is a preventable and treatable disease that disproportionately affects poor and vulnerable populations on the African continent. Approximately 90 percent of global malaria cases...
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Africa Poverty Stats

Statistics on Poverty in Africa CONTENT 1. Absolute numbers 2. Relative numbers 3. Alternative numbers 3. International vs national numbers 1. ABSOLUTE NUMBERS According to the World Bank poverty estimates, Africa hasn’t seen much progress in terms of the absolute numbers of poor people. Compared to China, for instance, the number of poor...
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Harvard Executive Training

Highly recommended. NOTE: These trainings however have no affliation with NDi. They were only selected by NDi member who benefited from these trainings. Executive Education Home Programs  with Dates Executive Education Programs By Date Executive Education at Harvard Kennedy School offers programs for leaders from around the world. We bring together experienced professionals, a...
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Cambridge Advanced Leadership

Highly recommended leadership training. Note: This training provider has no affliation whatsoever with the NDi. The training is only being recommended because it was selected by a member of NDi who earlier benefited from the training. Start: This three week general management and leadership programme offers the opportunity for seasoned...
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