Kano State Commissioner for Health, Dr. Kabir Ibrahim leads the Emir of Kano, Muhammad Sanusi II, Kano State Governor, Ganduje Umar, SFH Nigeria Managing Director, Dr. Omokhudu Idogho and MNCH2 Project Director, Dr. Jebu Nyenwa to partner exhibition stands during the learning event. Photo credit: Nigeria Health Watch

Sustaining MNCH2’s gains of engaging traditional, religious leaders for improved maternal and child health in northern Nigeria

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Share the story  51    51SharesAs the Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (MNCH2) programme of the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID), being implemented across six states of northern Nigeria, draws to a …



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OP-ED: EBAgroPamoja App – Africa’s first-ever wealth creation tool developed by youth through innovative volunteerism, By Richard Munang, Steffi Maingi and Gideon Kitili

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Share the story       “A single bracelet does not jingle” – this African proverb contextualises the key ingredients of inclusive wealth creation that Africa urgently needs – which is that wealth cannot …



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Linda Raji, program officer at the nonprofit Strong Enough Girls Empowerment Initiative (SEGEI),

INTERVIEW: “How we’re empowering marginalized youths in Abuja’s rural communities through sexuality education”

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Share the story  21    21SharesLinda Raji, program officer at the nonprofit Strong Enough Girls Empowerment Initiative (SEGEI), speaks about their project focused on promoting Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) among marginalized Adolescents and …



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the World Federation of Science Journalists’ training on infectious diseases for African journalists

African Newspage reporter, 19 other African journalists for WFSJ’s science reporting workshop in London

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Share the story  195    195SharesA reporter for African Newspage, Nuhu Abdullahi Tsanni, and 19 other African science journalists from across 22 African countries have been selected to attend the World Federation of …



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