Are you a Nigerian French-speaking student?
Would you like to become an English Language Assistant in France for 7 months?
From now until the 31st of December 2019 we are accepting applications for the position of English language assistant to work in France during the 2020-2021 school year.
The Embassy of France to Nigeria (Abuja) is recruiting a Press Officer for January 2020.
Deadline fo applications: Wednesday, 4th December, 2019
Are you an African entrepreneur? Do you bear innovative solutions to promote the emergence of sustainable cities? Come and present them during the "Challenge of 1.000" at the Africa-France 2020 Summit.
Applications are open until January 31st, 2020.
With nearly 500 establishments in 137 countries and 350,000 pupils from kindergarten to secondary school, France has the biggest network of schools abroad of any country.
The Embassy of France organised a two-day workshop in Abuja from the 13th to the 14th November on Gender-based Analysis for project design, implementation and monitoring and evaluation for six Nigerian civil society organisations (CSOs) supported by the PISCCA Fund.
Training workshop for 31 Nigerian researchers towards carrying out and promoting research projects and scientific innovation in the field of climate change adaptation in Nigeria.
The Embassy of France in Nigeria is moving from Maitama to its new offices in the Central Business District.
From the 27th November to the 2nd December, all Embassy services will be interrupted.
We therefore encourage you to take this into consideration for any embassy and consular services you may require or to consider simply postponing them till Tuesday the 3rd of December.
Food insecurity currently affects 1 in 9 people worldwide. To put an end to this inequality and provide suitable nutrition for the world’s population, it is essential to transform our agricultural and food systems.
With its partners, France is fully committed to this transformation. France’s International Strategy for Food Security, Nutrition and Sustainable Agriculture (2019-2024) is its new roadmap.
A conference on “Private and Public Innovations for Sustainable Cities” was organized on October 21st, at the Alliance Française Lagos / Mike Adenuga Center, by the Embassy of France in Nigeria and the French Development Agency.
On October 14th 2019, representatives from the Embassies of Belgium and France, and the Australian Honorary Consul, jointly opened a two-day training for capital defence lawyers facilitated by Avocats sans Frontières France (ASFF) at the Alliance Française/Mike Adenuga Centre in Lagos.
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