The Chairperson of the Nigerian Bar Association, NBA, Abuja Branch, Hauwa Shekarau has said in order to have a holistic Sexual Harassment Bill, there is need to expand the Bill to cover workplace and all spheres of the society.
Speaking during a webinar organised by the Network of Reproductive [...]
Nigeria remains one of the countries with high Total Fertility Rate, TFR, which is, the total number of children birthed by an average Nigerian woman.
The population of Nigeria is currently projected to be 206.23 million and the fertility r [...]
Recent allegations against officials of the Niger Delta Development Commission, NDDC, and the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, have renewed discussions on the effectiveness of the country’s fight against corruption. Our correspondents, Scholastica JOSEPH and Ijeoma UKAZI, sought t [...]
In order not to lose the gains made with reproductive health of women and girls, the Country Director, Pathfinder International, Dr. Amina Dorayi has urged all family planning stakeholder to take action
Speaking during a webinar to mark World Population Day, with the theme: "How to safegua [...]
With the COVID-19 pandemic, there have been potential disruption of health systems and decreased access to food, indirectly increasing maternal, child mortality in Nigeria.
Family planning experts has called on the federal government to put in place strategies that would make contraception available to women and girls despite the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The continuous use of contraception amid the COVID-19 pandemic, total lockdown of social and business activities is crucial.
Dr. S [...]
Commending the passage of Sexual Harassment Bill by the Nigerian Senate, Mothers And Marginalised Advocacy Centre, MAMA Centre, is calling for prompt presidential assent to transmit the bill into law.
Making this known in a statement signed by the Executive Director, MAMA Centre, Barr. Ola Onye [...]
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