“Dare! Just daring is meaningless, try things differently and when you fail, learn from the failure.” On Monday, July 13, 2020, I sat down on my little workspace, with internet connectivity, listening immensely to the words of Avi Liran. It...
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I have been one whose interpretation of success was tied to academic excellence. I had always been at the top of my class from primary school up to the university, and all I could see for myself was to become...
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Here goes the chronicle: 6 months ago, I saw a link for “Young Innovation Fellowship” application on Dr. Apeh’s official page. At first, I was reluctant to apply because I don’t like investing my energy and time into any application...
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In SS3, I took a test to see if I was left or right-brained. To my elementary eyes, the result of that quiz would be the truth from on high – a resolute word that would define the man to...
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According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), an estimated one in three of women globally, have experienced physical or sexual violence in their life time.  As at 2015, the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) estimated maternal mortality ratio...
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My name is Eddie-Anunobi Ogochukwu, and I am a HELP fellow. I’m about to give you a sneak peek into the twists and turns that secured me a spot at the HELP fellowship and the journey so far. From 11...
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THE H.E.L.P FELLOWSHIP: MY EYE OF THE NEEDLE EXPERIENCE It is with great delight that I recount my HELP Fellowship experience, even though it is of little proportion at this very moment, to you my cherished audience.  One thing must...
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As Innovative as a HELP Fellow Being someone who thinks empathically about scholarly memories of the past, it seems almost impossible that I forget those statements of simile that made my elementary school come alive. And though these memories still...
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