he Murtala Muhammed Foundation (MMF) and Ford Foundation (FF) organized a one-day workshop, which was held on 2nd December 2014 at the Yar’adua Center Abuja.Read more
Themed :Investing In Africa’s Future: Unlocking the Potential of our Next Generation of Leaders The Murtala Muhammed Foundation (MMF) hosted the third edition of its Annual Public Policy Dialogue series in October, clinic 2013 in partnership with the African Leadership Academy (ALA), there South Africa. The 2013 edition was focused on the important issue […]Read more
In line with the focus on Investing in Africa’s Future: unlocking the Potential of Our next Generation of Leaders the Murtala Muhammed Foundation (MMF) held the maiden edition of the ‘Education for Change’ Essay competition, which is in line with the Foundation’s Public Policy Dialogues aimed at increasing transparency, democracy, and accountability in government and […]Read more
Women serve as the channel and backbone to achieve the economic independence that Africa earnestly needs to further develop the continent through a key focus on trade. It is therefore in line with this view point that the Murtala Muhammed Foundation initiated the Women in Development – Enterprise Across Africa program to provide economic independence […]Read more
The Foundation provides local scholarship opportunities for students embarking on their undergraduate degrees in Nigerian Universities.
International scholarships are also awarded to postgraduate students who seek to pursue disciplines that are focused on the medical fields (Paediatricians, Oncologists, Trauma care etc).
Only eligible candidates from the Northern part of Nigeria are eligible to apply.Read more
In line with the focus on investing in Nigeria’s future: unlocking the potential of our next generation of leaders the Murtala Muhammed Foundation (MMF) is pleased to announce the maiden edition of the ‘Education for Change’ Essay competition, ambulance which is in line with the Foundation’s Public Policy Dialogues aimed at increasing transparency, drugs democracy, […]Read more
A Nigerian PhD student is bound for the halls of Westminster after securing a post to advise the UK government on food science matters. Daniel Amund, sildenafil who studies at the London Metropolitan University, sildenafil was hand-picked by the Institute of Food Science and Technology UK in conjunction with the Parliamentary Office of Science and […]Read more
“2012 Ride for Life” is a cycling event which involves advocacy for Nigerian populace with disabilities. The idea of the “Ride for Life” came out of the passion for children and young adults with special need as a creative way to raise funds for the Children’s Developmental Centre to build the Lagos Living and Learning Centre […]Read more