UNICEF has said it will continue to provide assistance to millions of conflict-affected children in northeast Nigeria, despite yesterday’s attack on a humanitarian convoy.
Since its inception in 2014, the Samira Sanusi Sickle Cell Foundation, SSSCF, has helped hundreds of sufferers of SCD with access to information and basic medication as well as created awareness around the causes, symptoms, […]
Until May 2015, courtesy of an artisanal mining disaster that claimed the lives of scores of children and badly affected the health of hundreds of others, very little if anything, was known about obscure Shikira, […]
Frank Habineza is the president of African Greens Federation, the coalition of green parties and political movements across Africa ensuring green principles and values are respected on the continent. Habineza, who is also a member […]
In a bid to stimulate public discussion around the rational and principles of the Not Too Young To Run Bill, currently under review in Nigeria’s National Assembly, as well as popularize the bill and mobilise […]
The Follow the Money Campaign Team has said it is “extremely excited” that the Nigerian government has “finally bowed to public pressure” and began the cleanup of Shikira, the small rural mining community affected by […]
Dwindling income, occasioned by fall in global price of oil will not affect the Kano state government’s commitment towards the eradication of polio meningitis, the state governor, Abdullahi Ganduje, has assured. “We revitalized our internal […]
With over 600,000 tuberculosis positive persons, Nigeria is the country with the third highest number of patients of the scourge in the world and until the introduction of the Active Case Finding, ACF; recently, hundreds […]