SV-NED inspired by United Nation’s Quality Education Goal #4 raises Capital to fund training for 24,000 people. Silicon Valley Nigeria Economic Development (SVNED) Inc. has designed a program to bring together a sophisticated group of individuals by advancing their educational and professional careers to help them be more competitive in the global job market. SVNED
Silicon Valley Chief of Protocol Deanna Tryon traveled to United Nations Headquarters in New York last week to speak on behalf of a resolution proclaiming January 24th as “International Day of Education”. All 193 member nations later voted unanimously to support the resolution, which was introduced by Nigeria and co-sponsored by Ireland, Qatar, and Singapore.
SV-NED hosts the Acting-Consul General for Nigeria House, New York NY. After pledging support to the United Nation 2020 Development Goals. Femi 42 Student (left), Denise Williams SV-NED, Jane 42 Student, Acting-Consul General Nicholas Ellas Esq., Chief Temitope Ajayi & Ola Hassan SV-NED (right). Dusting the flames off from the successful completion of the United Nations Women