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    Metro Nigeria needs 3m toilets annually to meet SDG sanitation target – UNICEF – EnviroNews Nigeria –

    No fewer than three million toilets are needed to be constructed annually if Nigeria would meet the Sustainable Development Goals to scale up sanitation and hygiene before 2030, the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has said. A public toilet This was the thrust at a National Meeting …...
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    Metro UNICEF Explains Why Nigeria Is The Only African Country With Polio Burden – Sahara Reporters

    The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has identified religious beliefs and ignorance as factors responsible for Nigeria’s status as Africa’s only country with polio burden. This was disclosed during an engagement with media practitioners in Yola, organised by UNICEF and the Adamawa State...
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    Entertainment Why I Am Passionate About Helping The Needy – Ozolua – Leadership Newspaper

    Modupe Ozolua is a brave woman whose fate has decided that she will help humanity courtesy of her NGO, Empower 54, a charity organisation she started in 2003. In this interview with SAMUEL ABULUDE, the lady who.... Read more via Leadership Newspaper – https://ift.tt/2L2odSQ Get more Nigeria...
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    Business Opportunities Weekly: At least $100k investment for women-led startups, $20k from Outlier Venture Lab, more – Techpoint.ng

    There are numerous opportunities revolving around the globe this week. We’ve narrowed down a.... Read more via Techpoint.ng – https://ift.tt/2lUzVnB Get more: Nigeria Business News
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    Metro Why Nigeria must pay more attention to girl-child education – Minister – Premium Times Newspaper

    Nigeria must pay more attention to girl-child education as girls are associated with a high percentage of success in developmental processes in any society. The Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, state this on Monday at a media dialogue on Girls for Girls.... Read more via...
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    Metro Yobe government shuts down IDPs camp in Damaturu – TODAY.NG

    As part of return of peace in the State, Yobe State government has closed the Pompomari Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) Camp in Damaturu on Wednesday morning. In his address on the occasion of the closure... Read more via TODAY.NG – https://ift.tt/2tJSn5N Get More Nigeria Metro News
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    Metro Rilwanu Adamu: Emir of Bauchi lauds UNICEF intervention in educating African children – Pulse Ng

    Rilwanu made the commendation on Saturday during interactive session with school children organised by the Bauchi State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB) in collaboration with UNICEF, Bauchi office in Bauchi. The Emir of Bauchi, Dr Rilwanu Adamu, has applauded the various interventions …...
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    Metro Niger Govt approves N25m for cholera surveillance – Punch Newspapers

    The Niger State Government has approved N25m for its Ministry of Health to continue with the ongoing surveillance on the outbreak of cholera and other related diseases. The Commissioner for Health and Hospital Management, Dr. Jibrin Mustapha, said this at a press conference in Minna on...
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    1 new Ebola death confirmed in Congo, bringing total to 12 – Miamiherald News

    Another person has died in Congo of a confirmed case of Ebola, bringing the number of fatalities from the latest outbreak to 12, the country’s health ministry said Sunday. The death happened in Iboko, a rural area... Read more via Miamiherald News– https://ift.tt/2xq8lXO Get more World...
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    Politics UNICEF Commends Aisha Buhari On Child Education – Leadership Nigeria Newspapers

    Wife of the President, Mrs Aisha Muhammadu Buhari was yesterday presented with UNICEF Special commendation and award of excellence for humanitarian service in recognition of her selfless service to humanity, especially children’s education. Mrs. Buhari’s Future Assured Programme received special...
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    Metro Nigeria Records 3rd Largest Population of Newborns With 20,120 Babies on Jan. 1, 2018 - UNICEF

    Nigeria would have approximately 20,210 babies born into the country on the New Year’s day. This represents the third largest population of newborns in the world on Jan. 1, 2018, the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) said. UNICEF also said nearly 386,000 babies would be born worldwide on New Year’s...
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