Protea Hotels by Marriott® is one of the most widely recognized hospitality brand in Africa with the most extensive footprint. With nearly 100 hotels across 9 countries including South Africa, Zambia, Nigeria, Namibia, Ghana, Tanzania, Uganda, Malawi & Algeria.
The International Federation on Ageing fondly known as “IFA” is an international non-governmental organization (NGO) whose members are government, NGOs, academia, industry, and individuals in nearly 80 countries.
edX is the trusted platform for education and learning. Founded by Harvard and MIT, edX is home to more than 20 million learners, the majority of top-ranked universities in the world and industry-leading companies.
iCreate Africa is a hub for skill excellence and development.
Our mandate as a social enterprise is to prioritize technical skills as a global currency and a tool that empowers citizens to create sustainable and inclusive economies.
The Dewdrop Institute is a vocational training centre established by the Dewdrop Foundation in 2015 which affords our Trainees the opportunity to acquire top-notch knowledge and skills in in Homecare, Healthcare & Social Care, Hospitality Services and related industries.
As workplaces evolve, so do we. We anticipate the changing needs of people and organisations, embrace technology and new approaches to learning, and work with like-minded partners to develop the skills that industries demand across the world.
CGE Africa focuses on the alleviation of poverty and gender inequalities through the promotion of women’s enterprise and their role as economic agents, while addressing the structural and contextual causes that reproduce said inequalities.
Ashoka finds and cultivates social entrepreneurs in every corner of the world, whose system-changing innovations solve deep-rooted social problems. After a rigorous application process, we invite them into the Ashoka Fellowship.
BON Hotels was founded in 2012 by a management team with a collective 100 years’ experience in hospitality. We are personally invested in the hotel business, delivering a more relevant, modern approach - right for the times, right for the hotels in the BON Hotels group; and right for our guests.
The Alzheimer's Association leads the way to end Alzheimer's and all other dementia — by accelerating global research, driving risk reduction and early detection, and maximizing quality care and support.
Women’s Health and Equal Rights Initiative (WHER Initiative) is a non-governmental, not for profit organization established in 2011 with the aim of promoting a deeper conceptual knowledge of sexuality and sexual orientation.
Our core strategy is Child Empowerment. Child Empowerment means increasing the child’s personal, social, educational and economic strengths. The strategy consists of two elements: the development of children (Child Development) and the accessibility of their environment (Enabling Environment).
In 2000, Mrs. Dayo Keshi invited a handful of dynamic Nigerian women to her residence to discuss how we could combine our efforts to impact the lives of Nigerians at home and abroad. Many of the women gathered were accomplished individuals who belonged to various community organizations.
The National Gallery of Art is a parastatal of the Federal Ministry of Information and Culture, responsible for the collection, preservation, documentation and presentation of Nigeria’s contemporary arts, with headquarters at Abuja, with branches in the six geo-political zones of the Country.
The Centre for Citizens with Disabilities (CCD) is a not-for-profit making and foremost human rights organization of, and for persons with disabilities that works to promote inclusion, participation, access, and the mainstreaming of issues of critical concern of citizens with disabilities.
The ‘Voices for Inclusion’ project focuses on learning between different types of marginalized groups in 5 countries (Sierra Leone, Rwanda, Nigeria, Indonesia and Philippines) and to discover if collaboration between these groups can lead towards more effective influencing of policy and practices.
Federal Ministry of Women Affairs and Social Development was created consequent upon of the response to The United Nations agreement to establish Institutional Mechanisms for the advancement of Women and Women matters.
Street Project is a social enterprise conceived as an intervention to myriads of youths living under the poverty line. Youth restlessness, lack of direction and opportunities to develop their skills are limitations to their development and empowerment, hence the need to harness their talents.
The Society of Nigerian Artists (SNA) is the professional body for all practicing visual artists in Nigeria. In 1963, artists emerging from various schools and colleges of art, as well as members of the Zaria Art Society held a first meeting, where the Society’s present name was adopted.
The Africa Caribbean Heritage Alliance (ACHA) was created to reunite Africa and the Caribbean in the areas of heritage, culture, economics, education and travel. Started by Okama Ekpe Brook, who has worked for the United Nations in different parts of the world and is now based in St. Maarten.
PIETAN CARING MISSION FOR THE POOR is Trinitarian in nature and missionary oriented. It’s a non-profit making and non- governmental. This Organization was registered with CAC and Enugu State Ministry of Gender Affaires and Social Development. This mission is open to all who have passion to save lives and add value to life especially the underprivileged, and vulnerable persons. It was born out of zeal and passion to serve God in His humanity through Mary our Mother Comforter of the Afflicted, adding values and smiles to the faces of the poor and needy to make them realize that God’s love is limitless, that life is worth living and that people can enjoy happy ageing.