A village in the western Indian state of Goa is only visible for one month in a year - for the remaining 11 months, it disappears under water. And when the water recedes, its original residents, now settled elsewhere, come together to celebrate their home, reports Supriya Vohra.
Nigerian Children's Day 2019 falls during the 30th anniversary of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child CRC), which is being commemorated this year globally.
The CRC was the brainchild of world leaders in efforts to ensure the protection of children and a better future for the world. [...]
On April 10 this year, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, clocked 16. By all measures, it has been 16 years of command performance in anti-corruption fight. It is instructional to recall that the success story of the Commission takes root in a small beginning that started in No 15A, A [...]
Ultimately, every child deserves the rights to life, education health, protection as well as safety to function optimally in any given society.
Ending abuse of children is key to achieving the wellbeing of the Nigerian child, hence the need to increase the number of States domesticating and imp [...]
Nigeria has largely experienced one system of doing things: estimation, and this is based on the fact that as an African society it is mostly a traditional rather than a scientific culture. One major [...]
Investment in nutrition, according to experts would prevent nearly half of child mortalities, boost the economy by 50 percent and increase school attendance.
For every dollar invested in reducing stunting among children, there is a return on investment of $16 dollars. Children are also likely t [...]
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has described as misleading a report of the United States Department of Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labour over Nigeria’s anti-graft war.
© 2015 The Abuja Inquirer | Newspaper. Designed by G E Springfield