Monthly Archives: April 2016


In Conversation with Brad Brasseur


Quality Education for Sustainable Development Brad Brasseur is a Canadian humanitarian, writer and world traveler with a passion for promoting quality education for the poor. He has worked on several education initiatives in the world, including extended time in Peru and in several schools in Ukraine. Brad tweets at @brbrasseur Q1. What inspires your work? [...]

Somalia launches 2030 Sustainable Development Goals

By | April 20th, 2016|NAYDSDGs|

Somali government has officially launched 2030 development agenda-SDGs in an event participated by more than 200 people representing national stakeholders and development partners. The meeting was jointly organized by the Ministry of Planning and International Cooperation, in collaboration with United Nations Development Programme (UNDP – Somalia). Representative from Federal Government Officials, Regional States, Banadir Region [...]


By | April 13th, 2016|NAYDSDGs|

Quality education is the one that provides all formal and informal learners with capabilities they need to become economically productive,develop sustainable incomes,contribute to societies and increase their well being. Capacity development is relevant to improve the quality of teachers and other education stakeholders. We focus more on certificates in Africa than getting the required skills. [...]

Rwanda Initiative for Sustainable Development (RISD)

By | April 4th, 2016|INSPIRE, NGO OF THE MONTH|

This month NAYD is highlighting the work done by Rwanda Initiative for Sustainable Development (RISD) an NGO in Rwanda advocating for social and economic transformation of the people. RISD envisions a country that has equitable access to natural resources, specifically land, for sustained peace, social justice and economic stability. Another training session Focusing [...]