The PadATeen project held in Calabar Nigeria on the 24th of March 2021 at Government Secondary School, Ikot Ansa, Calabar.
We gave two bags of 4 sanitary napkins to the Vice-principal academic and a bag each to two teachers.
Finally, we paid a thank-you visit to the Principal’s office and presented her with some items for the school sickbay. With that, we left the school premises amidst smiles and a show of gratitude for the outreach.
Total Number of Students = 79
Total Number of Teachers = 2 … More School Outreach 14- Calabar, Nigeria | PadATeen Project
The PadATeen project held in Ibadan Nigeria on the 23rd of March 2021 at HLA Grammar School, Ibadan, Oyo State.
We had them file out as we handed each of the 90 girls packs of Molped sanitary pads, after which we gathered to take pictures. Of the three girls who answered the questions with prizes attached, two were given extra sanitary pads and one, a gift of N200 airtime. The 7 leftover pads were distributed to girls from the junior school and the female members of staff who coordinated the talk with us. … More School Outreach 13- Ibadan, Nigeria | PadATeen Project
2020 was quite a year for everyone. Like you, we were excited about the start of the new decade (or the end of the last decade?). We had our plans for the year neatly laid out. All we needed to do was join hands together in solidarity and make our dreams come true.
But, hey! Life comes with surprises and here we are! There were twists and turns in our plans but the good part is that we made a few things work.
Let us take you through the journey of 2020 in TMO.
Ready? Set? Come on now! 💃🏾🕺🏾 … More TMO 2020 Roundup!
It’s been two years since we launched the maiden edition of our magazine and we’re excited to announce that the second edition is here! … More TMO Magazine 2.0 is here!
This is a compilation of the third session in TMO Conversations 5.0. It was held by Edna Jennifer, MSc. Finance and Investment & Personal Finance Enthusiast, in a Tweet Chat.
Financial intelligence is not the goal. Financial freedom is the goal. So as you aim to get freedom, treat yourself every now and then. Reward yourself. It’s easier to convince yourself to keep saving & investing when you can see the benefits.
Read more on our blog … More #TMOC5: Staying Financially Intelligent as a Teenager
This is a compilation of the second session in TMO Conversations 5.0. It was held by Feranmi Ajetomobi, a Product Marketer at CowryWise, in a closed Telegram group of over 200 participants.
If you do 1% of something every day—for a year—you will be 38 times better at that thing. You see how far 1% can go? So, if you start with budgeting for just the next 24 hours, within a year you’ll be 38 times better at budgeting.
Read more on our blog … More #TMOC5: Intro to Savings and Investments for Teenagers
This is a compilation of the first session in TMO Conversations 5.0. It was held by Damilola Ishola, a chartered accountant, in a closed Telegram group of over 200 participants.
When you can be committed, consistent and dedicated to your financial goals, there’s a high possibility of you transferring these characters to other areas of your life. Being financial responsible is a journey and not a destination.
Read more on our blog. … More #TMOC5: Getting Started with Your Finances
TMO Conversations (TMOC 5.0) is our annual online conversation with teenagers and young adults that started in 2016. Click here to catch up on previous editions. The theme for this year is The Financially Intelligent Teenager and we have broken it into three sessions to run from the 5th to 7th of November 2020. Day … More Register for #TMOC5: The Financially Intelligent Teenager
Then came our last minute decision: A FOOD DRIVE!
The initial plan was to do it individually in our locations but we eventually resorted to coming together in twos and threes. The result was providing food to 130 families in five locations across Nigeria and The Gambia over the past weekend. … More LPOH 4.0 | Leaving Prints on 145 Families Despite COVID-19