Open markets are prone to abuse and this is because some people inhabit in the place after trading has ended and sellers return home with their goods.
Historically, women around the world have tried to end unwanted pregnancies whether abortion is legal or not, often jeopardizing their safety and health by self-inducing or seeking a dangerous illegal procedure.
Recently, the leadership of the United States of America intensified efforts in reinvigorating its relations in Africa. This has become expedient because of the growing influence of China and Russia in the region. A number of strategies are being put in place for cooperation in various fiel [...]
Men’s participation is crucial to the success of family planning programs as it's associated with better outcomes in reproductive health such as contraceptive acceptance, continuation, as well as safer sexual behaviors.
As the two weeks ultimatum to demolish structures along waterways in Lokogoma Estate inspires this week, our FCT Correspondent, Austine ELEMUE, examines the implications of the planned exer [...]
Malaria is fighting back! Recently, the World Health Organization declared that Algeria and Argentina have eliminated malaria. They joined 38 other coun [...]
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. [...]
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