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The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) has restated its commitment to the welfare of dock workers in the maritime industry as the Agency organised a meeting of the employers and labour unions in the marit [...]
The United Nations Children’s Fund, UNICEF, has reiterated its commitment towards ending Violence Against Children, VAC, by 2030, as it urged stakeholders to create safe spaces for children.
In a statement made available to our correspondent by the UNICEF Lagos Communications Officer, Mrs [...]
One Voice, a coalition of Non-Governmental Organizations, NGOs, has condemned the death penalty as enshrined in the Hate Speech Bill before the National Assembly.
The coalition is of the opinion that instead of a Hate Speech Bill, there are other extant laws that take care of bad utterances in [...]
Globally, family planning is known to curb maternal and child mortality as well as improve economic status of the family and country at large.
With the current economic challenges bedeviling the nation, a lot of parents are out of job and cannot afford to birth children they cannot cater for. [...]
Water is essential commodity in everyday affair and should be suitable for drinking, hence, both rural and urban dwellers deserve clean and hygienic water as well as a healthy environment.
In Nigeria, the need for improved water source in rural and urban areas to avoid water-borne diseases espe [...]
There is no doubt that the reintroduction of the Mexico City Policy, also known as the ‘Global Gag Rule,’ (GGR) by President Donald Trump of the United States is increasingly having widespread deadly toll on adolescents seeking for reproductive health services.
GGR is an executive o [...]
The Niger Delta Development Commission has flagged off the distribution of agricultural inputs, comprising organic liquid fertilizer and soil conditioner, to farmers in Akwa Ibom State.
Addressing farmers at the commencement of the distribution of the agricultural inputs, at the NDDC Akwa [...]
In order to curb child mortality resulting from measles infection, the Permanent Secretary, Lagos State Primary Health Care Board (LSPHCB), Dr. Iyabo Are, has said that the state targets to reach 3.6 million children for vaccination.
Speaking to journalists at an event organised by LSPHCB with [...]
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