• Quality Education: CSOs Task FG On Transparency

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    A coalition of Civil Society Organization (CSOs) has called on the Federal and State Governments to ensure CSOs and the general public is enlightened about projects embarked upon in rural and urban areas. They made the call at a Stakeholders Consultative Forum organized by the Save The Child Initiative (STCI) in Abuja. The Forum focused…

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  • Vaccine Immunization: WAVA Begins Preparation As GAVI Grants Declines

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    As part of the preparation to ensure access to vaccines for child immunization in Nigeria, Vaccine Champions who will advocate for continuous funding of immunization programmes have been inaugurated by the Women Advocates for Vaccine Access (WAVA). In an interview with Journalists, at the occasion of the inauguration, the Country Director, John Hopkins International Vaccine…

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  • Christian Aid Ends £1M UK/DFID Funded Project In Nigeria

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    The Christian Aid Nigeria has rounded off its five years Community Health and HIV response programme funded by United Kingdom aids and Department for International Development (DfID). Speaking to Journalists at the event, the Christian Aid Country Director, Mr. Charles Usie said the project was one, different from many because it was focused on health…

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  • FG, Unilever Sign MoU On Oral Health

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    No fewer than 10 million school children across the country will be provided with facilities through the Pepsodent School Oral Health Initiative. This is contained in the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed by the Federal Ministry of Health and the Unilever PLC. Briefing newsmen in Abuja yesterday, the minister of Health, Prof. Isaac Adewole, said,…

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  • Anglican Primate Asks PMB To Address Rising Cases Of Attacks On Christians

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    Metropolitan and Primate of All Nigeria, Archbishop Nicholas Okoh has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to address the rising case of abduction, forced conversion to Islam and forced marriage of Christian girls in parts of the country. He particularly called on the president to quickly address the rising cases of “incessant” lynching of Christians in…

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  • Cerebral Palsy And Its Unending Stigma

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    “I have to put up with the stigma,” said Mrs. Kubana Indara, a parent of a kid with Cerebral Palsy who spoke with LEADERSHIP at the event marking the World Cerebral Palsy Day.   Prolong labour may have damaged my baby About a month to her Estimated Date of Delivery (EDD), Mrs. Kubana began to…

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