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Children’s Day: Bambini Africa Launches Educative Kids Games



Mariam Sanni

In it’s determination to promote children’s education and their development, the Bambini Africa Edutainment Limited, has launched five exciting new board games under its subsidiary, Bambini Games.

While speaking on the side line of 2023 Children’s day celebration, in Abuja  Founder of Bambini Africa, Raquel  Daniel disclosed that  the organization is a leading company with passion to promote children’s education and development.

She explained that the games is aim to foster play-based learning and engage young minds.

According to her, the  launch coinciding  with the celebration of Children’s Day, further highlighting the organization’s commitment to creating memorable experiences for African children.

“The first game in the series is GO CLEAN, which teaches children the significance of personal hygiene. Next in line is GO SAFE, which is aims to equip children with the knowledge and skills to navigate potentially hazardous situations confidently. Bambini Games also introduces GO FLOW, a game specifically designed for girls with the aim of breaking the taboo around menstruation and hygiene by providing girls with crucial knowledge and understanding of mental health.

“With GO GREEN, children will embark on an exciting journey of environmental awareness, with emphasis on the importance of sustainability, recycling, and protecting the planet. Lastly, there is GO LEAD, which focuses on developing leadership skills, ethics, and teamwork in children,” she said.

While expressing  her excitement about the release, she stated that Children’s Day is a perfect occasion to introduce these innovative board games that combine learning with fun. 

The Bambini boss said that the  team has put in immense effort to create captivating experiences that will not only entertain children but also contribute to their overall development.

“Bambini Africa is renowned for its commitment to producing high-quality educational products for children. By leveraging play-based learning, the company has successfully made education enjoyable and interactive for young learners. Bambini Games’ board games align with this vision, providing a valuable resource for parents, educators, and children seeking enriching experiences. 

“The launch of these five board games marks a significant milestone for us Bambini Africa and Bambini Games. We believe the board games will offer an immersive platform for children to learn, explore, and grow, empowering them with valuable life skills.” Daniel added.

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GAPOGS Tasks African Students On Impactful Research To Challenge Education



Joel Ajayi

The Global Association of Postgraduate Students (GAPOGS) has called on all the postgraduate students of the African continent to bring to the fore, impactful research that will transcend borders to address global challenges.

While speaking in a press conference on Tuesday, in Abuja, the newly elected African President of GAPOGS, Amb. Peace Nwankaego Onuiri said that the association will leave no stone unturned to ensure the holistic growth and development of all postgraduate students.

She expressed that, GAPOGS aims to instill a broader perspective on education, emphasizing the role of postgraduate students in finding practical solutions to real-world problems.

According to her, GAPOHS stands as a beacon for postgraduate students globally, fostering collaboration, celebrating diversity, and advocating for the rights and interests of scholars.

“As I call upon postgraduate students in Africa, let’s come together and make an impactful research that transcends borders and transforms the landscape of postgraduate education worldwide.

“Our primary aim is to establish collaborations with academic institutions globally, steering partnerships that facilitate campus development, academic exchange programs, joint research initiatives, and mobility for postgraduate students, and together, we will build bridges connecting the gown to the town, creating a vibrant local community that transcends geographical boundaries.

“As we embark on this journey, GAPOGS will facilitate networking and collaboration among postgraduate students, encouraging interdisciplinary interactions and knowledge-sharing opportunities. We will organize seminars, webinars, and Conferences to promote academic discourse, critical thinking, and intellectual engagement across diverse fields.

“Professional development is key to our mission, GAPOGS will provide resources, workshops, and mentorship programs to enhance research skills, academic writing presentation abilities, and overall competencies crucial for the professional growth of postgraduate scholars. A shining example is the upcoming Global Postgraduate School Games in June, showcasing our commitment to supporting the holistic development of postgraduate students.

“Cultural exchange and diversity appreciation are integral components of our agenda. GAPOGS will celebrate cultural diversity through events, forums, and Initiatives that foster cross-cultural understanding, appreciation, and integration among postgraduate scholars from diverse backgrounds.

“Advocacy is a cornerstone of our mission, therefore we will serve as a vocal advocate for postgraduate students’ rights, ensuring their voices are heard at both national and international levels. GAPOGS will also provide access to resources, including databases, research grants, scholarships, and other opportunities to empower postgraduate students in their academic pursuits.

“In addressing the unique needs of Africa, we recognize the importance of result- oriented research, our focus on African tourism components aims to implement research outcomes that contribute to the development of the continent. GAPOGS is committed to addressing global challenges through impactful research, emphasizing the role of postgraduate students in implementing solutions, especially in the context of Africa.

“Lastly, on the welfare front, we are proud to illustrate our commitment through the forthcoming Postgraduate Global School Games. This event exemplifies our dedication to the overall well-being of postgraduate students, showcasing our support for both academic and extracurricular pursuits.”

While presenting the certificate of return to the African president, the Global President of GAPOGS, Amb Dr. Edward Olutoke stated that Africa needs to think outside the box for them to get the attention of the world.

“When we get to Universities all over Africa, you see piles of projects from BSc. to Ph.D. What do we do with these projects? And for people to write these projects, it involves a whole lot of energy, some go through tough times. Some of them even pay huge money for their projects to be done. That is why GAPOGS was formed to ensure we let them know that we don’t just go to school to acquire certificates, but we go to school to solve problems.”

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