When Covid-19 shut schools across the world, few imagined that more than a year later millions of children would still be stuck at home.
And although school closures have been far and wide, the experience has been anything but universal for pupils, parents or their teachers.
"Negative and fake stories make headlines in today’s society simply because people want to hear negatives over positives."
Driving advocacy with the aim to strengthen families is a factor, analysts has said will help end child abuse, exploitation and trafficking
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The saying that “Justice maybe slow but it will come eventually,” became a reality in the long running legal battle brought agains [...]
The security situation in the Federal Capital Territory Abuja is not any diff [...]
Part of the consequences Female Genital Mutilation poses on the girl-child according to experts includes; infertility, maternal death, infections, and the loss of sexual pleasure.
Experts have viewed this practice as harmful to girls and women and a violation of their human rights, stre [...]
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