Ashiru describes the overall impact of the Disability Rights Act in Nigeria and his hopes for the future.
YES Alumni in Nigeria had the opportunity to help with the first TEDx event in Maiduguri.
Alumni in Nigeria taught women in their community how to create reusable sanitary pads.
Emmanuel talks about his water filtration project in Nigeria.
Alumni grant project teaches typing to blind children and braille to their family and friends.
YES alumni in Nigeria presented to different schools in the Kaduna state during IEW this year.
This Thanksgiving, the YES program is thankful for its incredible alumni!
Two alumni groups hosted breast cancer awareness campaigns during the month of October and were able to educate citizens of Nigeria.
The YES Alumni Association of Nigeria (YAAN) held their first ever leadership conference and it also served as their first ever alumni reunion.
Elsie describes her first 3 weeks in America and the little things that have enhanced her experience.
Alumni in Nigeria got together to paint and provide supplies to a youth remand home.
Alumni in Nigeria are helping raise awareness of sickle cell disease.
Zaynab completed her first community service project just a few weeks after returning home from her exchange in the U.S.
YES alumni kicked off summer with activities focused on youth development.
In April and May, YES alumni were very busy with things like meeting Presidents!
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