Runcie Chidebe: “Having cancer in Africa is like a death sentence”

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      Thirty-one-year-old Runcie Chidebe is a youth activist and founder of Project PINK BLUE – a cancer nonprofit, engaged in reducing the incidence of cancer and phasing-out the late or advanced … Read More



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Adolescents’ access to contraceptives and reaping the demographic dividends in Africa, By Mathew Danjuma Oguche

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      If African countries really want to harness the demographic dividend, its high-time we acknowledge fertility as the number one challenge for achieving sustainable development     There are more than … Read More



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INVESTIGATION: The pains of pregnant mothers in rural northern Nigeria

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      Northern Nigeria accounts for a huge percentage of women dying of pregnancy-and-childbirth-related complications in Nigeria, whereas the national maternal mortality ratio for Nigeria is put at 576 deaths per 100,000 … Read More



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“How I got cured of sickle cell anemia and lost my good friend to the disease”- Samira Sanusi

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  1   1ShareSamira Haruna Sanusi, founder of Samira Sanusi Sickle Cell Foundation, nearly lost her life to sickle cell anemia and having narrowly survived it, she has set up a nonprofit creating … Read More



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