I figured out that my photography could do more than just show the world what I see; it could be a way to help others. In accordance with the United Nation's SDG 17 (Partnership for the goals), I started working with NGOs and small startups that had ideas that could help change the world. I take pictures of them carrying out their projects, so that they could show others, especially those who could give them grants to further aid their projects.
Making her first film at age 12 and having met with 24 Presidents and Prime Ministers across the globe to talk to them about creating policies that makes sure all girls go to school, Zuriel Oduwole is one very inspiring […]
Can you tell us about yourself? YO! First off thank you for this opportunity, I am truly humbled to be featured on this bulletin. Well as you probably know by now my name is James Okina and I am one […]
Sophie is the perfect example of a teenager that has realized that relevance in the 21st century cannot be attained by sticking only to traditional methods of education. A 300 level student of biomedical science, Sophie is also a software developer […]
Mirabelle Morah is an amazing 19-year-old who I met at the Young African Leaders Initiative, West Africa, Regional Leadership Center, N2 and she was the only Nigerian teenage participant! Her creativity and ingenuity are one of the first things that you […]
In the last edition of the TeenAchiever bulletin, Zuriel Oduwole, a 14 year old film maker and girl child education advocate was featured in the teenspiration column. We bring you the exclusive interview with this amazing young girl. Be inspired! […]
Can we meet you? My name is Oluwagbemisola Deborah Akinsipe, I am the first of four children born to Pastor Adeyele and Evangelist Adekemi Akinsipe. I attended Praise Nursery and Primary school, then moved to Christ Ambassadors’ International College, both in Ibadan. I […]