It is with great joy that we announce yet another amazing opportunity to access the amazing resources from TED-Ed towards developing young students. RABNI will run a circle of TEDEdClubs in Abuja for students in public schools, this club will be led by Uma Nnenna. RABNI's TEDEdClub is to help these youngsters to experience more, … Continue reading TEDEdClubs Comes to Abuja!
Its another women's day, and by tradition RABNI takes delight in taking advantage of this day to celebrate everyone striving to make our country and the world a better place, and spur others to doing bigger things. Last year, we had the Evening of Inspiration and the feedback still pours in on how beneficial it … Continue reading Women Pressing For Progress 2018
Celebrate with RABNI the end of a year in educational development and global contributions.
Introducing #RABNIResearch This research is one of our top projects for the second quarter of 2017 and we are very excited to share it with you. Here's the deal First, we've experienced how unprepared and incapable most Nigerian graduates are in fulfilling job requirements and this has nothing to do with them not being … Continue reading Introducing RABNI Research!
Have you ever encountered a child who just doesn't get it? Has a child ever said to your hearing "No matter how much I read, I don't understand or remember!" Or maybe, you experienced it yourself. After a while everyone concludes that child is dumb, but there is nothing like 'dumb' and recent scientific evidence … Continue reading Introducing Project RABNI Talks
As earlier announced, RABNI organised an evening of inspiration to mark the UN's International Women's Day Celebration featuring talks from six(6) remarkable Nigerians including Cindy Rose Mathew from StoryTime India. Notable Nigerians also featured include: Aisha Adbullahi Bubah "Finding yourself in a world that constantly reminds you of what you cannot do" Dexter King Godwin … Continue reading IWD2017 Event Report
Last Saturday saw us meeting six new volunteers willing to dedicate a portion of their time to either TheBookDiscus, The Learners Agency and other events. We still look forward to more volunteers so do reach out to us if you want to come on board! Best Regards
Highlights of TheBookDiscus May 2016 - The Art Of Public Speaking To start off the discus every participant shared their first experience speaking in public. The most common experience were nerves; one participant said he was so nervous sweat covered his entire face and he could hardly see the person in front of him. Another told … Continue reading Book Discussion throwback to May 2016
The session began with a ball catch-and-tell game. The question asked by our host Benjamin Dankaka was: 'What was the most exciting experience of your week?' For him it was his birthday last wednesday well spent with his family. Mr Nwafor had an enlightening outing with the Mandela Washington Fellows and interacting with the individuals … Continue reading Book Discussion Throwback to April 2016
Its our seventeenth month since inception and we are finally excited to be taking the first step into opening our doors to volunteers to experience first hand what and how we work, the people we serve and also bring their contribution to making our work even more impact full. So far we have 27 people … Continue reading RABNI’s first volunteers meeting comes up this Saturday(21st)