Youths with special needs share their views on climate change, at the Centre for Citizens with Disabilities, 26th August 2021
Tricks and Treats of Mathematics with Mr. Sangotola:Lecturer, The Bells University of Technology,Ota.
Science Communication Made Easy (SCiME) Bootcamp( 16th -18th August 2021)
RCE Ogun COY 16 Institutional Champion Award
RCE Ogun E.M.A Smart Kids Award
RCE Ogun Green Gown Award
Report Presentation to the Vice Chancellor, Covenant University, Ota.
Discussion with the stake holders of the cassava value chain on climate change mitigation
Ota Youths Voice-up for Climate Change Mitigation
People with Disabilities voice-up on climate change mitigation
Coding for Kids holiday bootcamp
Holiday bootcamp
Science Communications Made Easy Bootcamp
Women Inclusion in Public Procurement(W4PP)
Fashion Design Workshop
Catering andEvent Management Workshop
Fashion Design Vocational Skills Workshop
Catering and Event Management Workshop
Opening Ceremony for Women Inclusion in Public Procurement (W4PP)
Coding for Kids Holiday Bootcamp
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Know Our Story And How We Work.

RCE Ogun is one of the 168 Regional Centers of Expertise (RCE) in the world ( RCEs are networks of existing formal, non-formal and informal organizations that facilitate learning towards sustainable development in local and regional communities. The network of RCEs worldwide constitutes the Global Learning Space for Sustainable Development.

Goals And Objectives:

The goal of RCE Ogun is to create resilient, inclusive, and environmentally friendly communities through formal and informal trainings, enlightenment programmes and exemplar projects for the sustainable development of the region.
RCE Ogun is dedicated and committed to a paradigm shift in improving society via community service(s) and Education for Sustainable Development.

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2021 RCE Awards for Innovative Projects for Sustainable Development (ESD)
RCE Recognition Award 2020 (Honorable Mention)
2021 International Green Gown Award (Next Generation Learning and Skills Category)

Youth Statement on Climate Change

Executive Summary

Our planet is in an environmental distress. In every region temperatures are becoming hotter. Unless urgent steps are taken to reduce global temperatures the earth may lose its resilience and capability to support life forms. In the last few years in Nigeria, the weather conditions have been extreme with severe flood and drought, and with negative impacts on food production which is majorly rain fed.

This report is a summary of the climate change statements, commitments and demands from a diverse and inclusive group of youths on their perception of climate change in Nigeria. The report is based on the empirical findings and stories of youths from different social classifications including secondary school students, undergraduates, postgraduate students, youths in employment, youths with disabilities and youths that are neither educated nor employed.

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