It is estimated that 122 million persons, that is, two out of three Nigerians are at risk of contracting one or more Neglected Tropical Diseases, NTDs according to the Federal Government.
As a matter of urgency, the Lagos state government needs to scale up nutrition interventions in order to save under-five children in the state from stunting and wasting.
Recently, the Food and Agriculture Organization, FAO, has said that by June and August this year about seven million Nigerians would experience food shortage.
The food crisis according to FAO would be experienced in the FCT and 15 northern states; Borno, Adamawa, Yobe, Gombe, Benu [...]
Nigeria announced the reopening of its airports for international flights on August 29, 2020, several months after the country s [...]
Over the last 55 years, Pathfinder International has been at the forefront of championing issues of reproductive health in Nigeria especially at the time there was challenges in providing access to sexual reproductive health services.
In order to continue to improve and sustain health outcomes of adolescent girls Sexual Reproductive Health, SRH, needs, the Society for Family Health, SFH has urged the Nasarawa State government to eliminate al [...]
In order to defeat COVID-19 pandemic globally, leaders worldwide have been told to forestall the persistent challenges global health services are facing by investing greatly in the workforce and massively promote access to healthcare by all.
Making this known at the 2nd webinar series of t [...]
In a bid to achieving a waste-free future, Nestlé is intensifying its actions to make 100 percent of its packaging recyclable or reusable by 2025, thus, reducing its use of virgin plastics by one-third in the same period.
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