Monthly Archives: July 2014

Project FEIP: Take Action Stage (Kogi State University)

Project FEIP: Take Action Stage (Kogi State University)

We saw that these children have no means of acquiring modern education as their parents have no money to send them to school. We took action by ensuring a school is built to get them introduced to elementary primary education. Now after the new school, Rahimat can read A, B, C, …Z . Life is […]

Project Fueless Generator: Take Action Stage (University of Agriculture Makurdi)

Project Fueless Generator: Take Action Stage (University of Agriculture Makurdi)

DURATION: 12 months COMMUNITY IMPACTED: DESCRIPTION: Problem definition; Business’ failure due to inconsistent power supply and high cost of energy Environmental pollution from emission of gases from generating sets and noise pollution from generators. Total absence of adequate power supply to effectively run businesses   Possibilities The introduction of FUEL LESS GENERATOR to replace the […]

Project Smoke It :Take Action Stage (University of Port Harcourt)

Project Smoke It :Take Action Stage (University of Port Harcourt)

Studies have shown that women have higher labor burden as opposed to men. (Dejene, 2006). In fact, Women’s lack of assets, due to the gender discriminatory property and inheritance practices in many of the African countries limit women’s access and control over resources specifically land. Taking our local community as a key point of study […]

Project Let Go: Take Action Stage (University of Calabar)

Project Let Go: Take Action Stage (University of Calabar)

Over and over, every second as time keeps ticking away, so do the future of this street kids gradually fade away and the window to their existence drift towards closure. Their parents have abandoned them, their government has failed them, their country has rejected them but we, the enactus team from the University of Calabar […]

Power in my Palms: Take Action Stage (Kaduna Polytechnic)

Power in my Palms: Take Action Stage (Kaduna Polytechnic)

There lies a place of over 160 million people where adults and young people can come together at the table; debating, grappling with problems, crafting solutions and jointly deciding on how resources should be allocated and managed. Rather, 19 million people are not represented, summing up to a basic 30.4% of the Nigerian population, just […]

Project ICS: Take Action Stage (Bayero University Kano)

Project ICS: Take Action Stage (Bayero University Kano)

After discovering the challenges of Increased infertility of farmland and low crop yield experienced by Gwarzo and Madobi communities, there was a need to turn these challenges into possibilities. With a workable solution in mind, there will be Provision of healthier farmland and Food security can be enhanced by providing saver and cheaper crop storage. […]

Project Growth 360: Take Action Stage (Babcock University)

Project Growth 360: Take Action Stage (Babcock University)

The inhabitants of Ijesa-Ijebu community, Ogun State in South Western Nigeria experience rising global food insecurity, abject poverty, and low life expectancy due to unavailability of clean, safe-for-drinking water and infections. This is as a result of limited resources and seeming ignorance of global best practices in cassava production and processing. Enactus team at Babcock […]