The UR4Africa program in November and December focuses on Tech & Health and it is in partnership with tech companies in Lagos. Kids would be taught how to make apps that will teach people about health topics and awareness around diseases such as HIV/AIDS, Malaria, Typhoid, Obesity, Cholera, etc. The program begins November 7th and ends December 19th.


We have two programs:

1) Fridays from 2pm-5pm

2) Saturdays from 11am-4pm


Volunteers mentors are needed for these projects. Volunteer mentors will be required to attend training workshops October 24th and October 31st. Trainings will most likely be from 10am to 2pm.


Requirements from the mentors are:

– To be on time

– Be a team player

– Be enthusiastic about mentoring

– Be flexible

– Be patient

– Challenge the kids

– Be present while mentoring

-Currently in Lagos and for the duration of the program

Volunteer mentors who have some experience using a computer or with technology and are creative are especially welcome.



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New openings in Lagos

Hello Lagos!

Here are some openings:


1. The free Surulere Leadership Conference (SLC) will hold on Tuesday, May 13 2014, at the Filmhouse Cinemas, Adeniran Ogunsanya Street, Surulere. Confirmed keynote speakers are Professor Yemi Osinbajo SAN (former Attorney General, Lagos State) and Mrs. Ndidi Nwuneli (founder, Leap Africa).

Volunteers are needed to assist with coordination.


2. PEER Group Initiative will like to invite young Nigerians to join in the fight to combat malaria. The Kick Out Malaria Program is an annual malaria push back event designed to commemorate World Malaria Day and to achieve the health goal of the Millennium Development Goals.

This year’s event will hold on May 17 at Banana Estate, Akiode Bus Stop, Off Isheri Road, Ikeja. It involves three strategies:

A. Distribution of Long Lasting Insecticide Treated Nets

B. Thorough Environmental Clean up

C. Use of Rapid Diagnostic Tests.

Volunteers are invited to participate in the delivery of any of the three strategies.



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