Category Archives: Lara’s Factor

Omolara Akinmolaya, Internet Radio

Menstrual Hygiene Management and Girls School Absenteeism

As a guest writer on this platform, I offer to serve you highly inspiring nuggets, straight from my heart. Make sure you don’t miss any of my posts! Menstrual Hygiene Management and Girls School Absenteeism The physical and psychological changes that occur during menstruation is a significant issue affecting school attendance among girls in primary

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UNESCO Update! Making A Case for Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE)

As a guest writer on this platform, I offer to serve you highly inspiring nuggets, straight from my heart. Make sure you don’t miss any of my posts! UNESCO Update! Making A Case for Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) In a world where child pornography, HIV/AIDS, STIs, Gender Based Violence (GBV), juvenile pregnancy and inequality pose

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Are You Ready for This – Mobile App for Adolescent Sexuality Education by UNESCO?

As a guest writer on this platform, I offer to serve you highly inspiring nuggets, straight from my heart. Make sure you don’t miss any of my posts! Are You Ready for This – Mobile App for Adolescent Sexuality Education by UNESCO? UNESCO, in its strategy on education for health and well-being is taking steps

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Internet Radio for Kids, Now in Africa

As a guest writer on this platform, I offer to serve you highly inspiring nuggets, straight from my heart. Make sure you don’t miss any of my posts! Internet Radio for Kids, Now in Africa I found this internet radio for kids and children related programs quite interesting. Guess what? It’s another first from Nigeria!

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How Many Mother’s Day Do We Celebrate in a Year? A Concise Answer.

As a guest writer on this platform, I offer to serve you highly inspiring nuggets, straight from my heart. Make sure you don’t miss any of my posts! How Many Mother’s Day Do We Celebrate in a Year? A Concise Answer. People marvel at the varieties of Mother’s Day been celebrated within a year. Questions

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How to Help Your Child Say NO to Molestation

As a guest writer on this platform, I offer to serve you highly inspiring nuggets, straight from my heart. Make sure you don’t miss any of my posts! How to Help Your Child Say NO to Molestation Molestation starts subtle and if uncurbed, degenerate to outright sexual abuse. The daily increasing rate at which this

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Tuition-Free Online Courses and Resources for Learning & Development

As a guest writer on this platform, I offer to serve you highly inspiring nuggets, straight from my heart. Make sure you don’t miss any of my posts! Tuition-Free Online Courses and Resources for Learning & Development Online courses continue to gain more popularity year-on-year, as it presents veritable opportunity for people around the world

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How to Deal With Bullying

…bullying is an attitudinal defect which must not be allowed to fester. If nothing is done about it, it could lead to poor academic performance, poor self esteem and behavioral mal-adjustment among children. The effect can degenerate to depression, violent retaliation, even suicidal tendencies. A bully that is not curbed would grow up to become

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CSE: An Unacceptable Dimension of Sex Education

Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) is a right-based sex education approach for school children which promotes sexual rights to children at the expense of their sexual health. CSE is a violation of the health and innocence of children because it is explicit and promotes risky sexual behavior and promiscuity to children as normal, unlike the traditional

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ALL IT TAKES TO RAISE A SUCCESSFUL CHILD (PART TWO)

In order to achieve goal #8 of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) – "Promote Inclusive and Sustainable Economic Growth, Employment and Decent Work for All" – this is where it has to start. Staggeringly, over 75 million young people around the world, aged 15-24 are unemployed, out of school and looking at a

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ALL IT TAKES TO RAISE A SUCCESSFUL CHILD

The multi-dimensional social issues bedeviling our world is an evidence that both the haves and the have nots are guilty of not properly raising their children. Most adolescent these days are transitioning into adults with undetermined socio-economic and career fulfilment due to various levels of deficiencies in their upbringing. Reproducing in multitudes might have been

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IMPORTANCE OF FAMILY EDUCATION (Part Three)

The essence of family education is to engender development. Development on the other hand is the progress, increase or simply consequence of the social process or interaction which ensue due to the application of various inputs. To attain a well developed family status, certain indicators are key variables to consider in the developmental processes. As

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Teenage Heartbreak – How to Protect Yourself

As a guest writer on this platform, I offer to serve you highly inspiring nuggets, straight from my heart. Make sure you don’t miss any of my posts! Teenage Heartbreak – How to Protect Yourself Heartbreak is a truncation of emotional connection accompanied by grief or an overwhelming mental anguish. It is consequent upon a

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