Volunteer with Reading Hamlets

Hello fam!

Reading Hamlets needs volunteers to help with an outreach at a Secondary School in Wuse 2, Zone 6, Abuja, on the

23rd 22nd of May at 9am.

The aim is to distribute papers to kids and talk to them about why they should read and the importance of education.

If you’re interested in volunteering for this project and currently at Abuja, kindly register at volunteers.volunteerinnigeria.org if you have not done so; then drop us a comment* below this post with your name and phone number.

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Openings for A4AI Forum

Hello fam!

Two volunteers are needed to assist the Web Foundation team on the 1st Alliance For Affordable Internet (A4AI – http://www.a4ai.org) Nigeria Multi-stakeholder Forum, which will take place in Abuja at the Chelsea Hotel – Central Area on Tuesday, 11th March 2014. A4AI signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Ministry of Communication Technology (MCT) in October 2013. The MoU calls on A4AI to support Nigerian stakeholders in contributing inputs towards the development of policy and regulation designed to reduce the cost of Internet services and increase access in Nigeria.

A4AI is a diverse global coalition committed to driving down the cost of Internet access in less developed countries. The Forum will draw together a wide range of key stakeholders, including the Minister of Communication Technology, the Hon. Omobola Johnson; senior officials from the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC); sectoral Ministries and other government agencies; industry representatives; leading Nigerian academics and researchers; civil society organizations; and members of the media.

The volunteers would be helping with event registration and other logistical tasks throughout the day. They are happy to reimburse for travel costs and there will be breakfast and lunch. Report time: 7:30am
Dress code: STRICTLY CORPORATE

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Openings at Ohaha Foundation

Ohaha Family Foundation, Abuja,  has a vision to be the voice of the voiceless, grow family values in the home, reduce extreme poverty and hunger, and empower family members and units to self reliance.

As part of steps to achieve these tasks, they plan to reach out to Garki II Police Barracks community (Located off Lagos street, Garki II, Abuja, Nigeria) on the 15th February 2014. Estimated impact will be to reach out to at least 500 people at the Barracks, particularly widows and orphans.

The outreach will include environmental sanitation and medical testing. They need volunteer doctors, pharmacists, nurses, lab scientists and logistics support officers for this task.

HOW TO APPLY:

Step 1: Sign up at http://volunteers.volunteerinnigeria.org

Step 2: Send CV to help@volunteerinnigeria.org. The subject of the email should be Ohaha Foundation and the body should include your full name, email address and phone number.

 

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Openings at CCSF Abuja

EVENT FLYER

Chika Chukwumerije Sport Foundation (CCSF) is an Abuja-based NGO that uses sports as a tool of development to empower individuals.

They would be needing  volunteers to help out with their 2nd International Taekwondo Opens which aims to feature dignitaries from around West Africa.

Meetings will be held on 15th & 16th October 2013. Venue is the Korean Cultural Centre on the 15th of October 2013, and Sheraton Abuja Hotel on the 16th of October 2013.

WHY YOU SHOULD VOLUNTEER

1. NETWORKING OPPORTUNITY: The quality of participation is across 8 countries, 24 Nigerian States, and other key institutions like the Nigeria Police, and Paramilitary Units [Immigrations, Customs and NSCDC]. With a rich diversity of Nigerian and West African community coming, this is a great way to make new friends and explore fresh opportunities.
2. BE PART OF RIO 2016 OLYMPIC DISCOVERY: They were both discovered through CCSF events like this. We expect to unearth more talented youngsters for the 2016 Global event. By volunteering this event, your contributions would help streamline activities that would make our discovery hunt more successful.
3. MEETING BUDDING AND NATIONAL SPORTING STARS: Taekwondo might not be football, but it certainly has its share of colourful, interesting and enigmatic budding stars. You might never know who you take a picture with that would be future Olympic Gold Medallist or World Champion.
4. HAVE FUN: Abuja has already thrown everything that it has in terms of fun and entertainment. Even though, these activities still keep us entertainment, an event like this could bring a fresh lease of energy to our interest levels, and provide just the difference we all look for sometimes.

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Volunteer at Gemstone Abuja forum

Gemstone Nation Builders Foundation is having a Transformation Business leaders Forum on Saturday, September 21, 2013 at The Haven, Shehu Shagari Way, Maitama, Abuja. Gemstone Nation Builders Foundation was founded by Fela Durotoye and he would be speaking at the forum.

We have been informed that they need volunteers to help with event coordination. Why not help! Fill form below.

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VSO-ICS Youth Volunteering Programme

VSO-ICS Youth Volunteering Programme is a youth-centred community development programme, conducted in partnership between International Citizen Service (ICS), Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO) and their implementing partners.

The three-month programme brings together young people (aged 18-25) from the UK and Nigeria. Each team will typically consist of 20 young people, with equal numbers coming from the UK and the host country. In carefully selected communities, volunteers work in placements fully supported by their implementing partner organisations and two full time VSO ICS programme supervisors. Together, in cross-cultural counterpart pairs, volunteers live with host families and work in the host communities. The type of work varies depending upon the needs of the community, but can include service delivery, advocacy work, and peer-to-peer education programmes. Through a programme of structured personal development and learning, ICS aims to create a cadre of young people who will make lifelong contributions as advocates for international development and as agents of social change within their own communities.

Completed forms should be returned to the VSO-ICS Team at

No 14B, Banjul Street, Off Monrovia Street, Wuse 2, Abuja

Or by email

foluwasho.adeniran@vsoint.org

The deadline for submission is TOMORROW, 20th of August 2013 by 4:30pm

Only short listed candidates will be invited for the interview.

Interviews will be conducted in two Locations: Ilorin and Abuja

Credit: beforegraduation.org

Find some more information  in the application form here: VSO-ICS-Application-Form-Nigeria

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Openings for Abuja summer camp

Kiddies Heritage

Hello Abuja!

Daar Communications has partnered with Kiddies Heritage Entertainment to present a camp for children aged 7-15 years. The camp is to hold from August 5-17, 2013. Volunteers are needed immediately. The children are to be engaged in Leadership/Skill Development, Excursions, Computer & ICT, Fashion design, Fitness and Nutrition, Etiquette and Poise, Finance and Time Management, Decor, Makeup, Beauty, Cosmetology, Career seminars, Capacity building, Creative arts, Culinary arts, Agriculture, Soap making, Tye and Dye, 3D Animation, Sports and Indoor games.

The camp would hold at Gwarinpa, Abuja.

HOW TO APPLY

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