Progress of Nigeria, others against poverty, disease in jeopardy, says report
“We have investments in many states. Our focused delivery programmes are concentrated in Kaduna and Kano. We also have significant investments / engagement in Niger, Lagos, Borno, Yobe, Sokoto, and Bauchi states.
How poverty affects brain, child development
A picture slowly emerged that being too short early in life is a sign of adverse conditions — such as poor diet and regular bouts of diarrhoeal disease — and a predictor for intellectual deficits and mortality.
5 richest people can end extreme poverty in Nigeria, says OXFAM
The Inequality report released by Oxfam International on Wednesday, revealed that the combine wealth of five richest Nigerians, put at $29.9 billion, could end extreme poverty in the country.
How poverty, ignorance fuel Borno’s non-compliance on polio immunisation
The coordinator disclosed this on Monday in Maiduguri; while reviewing the polio immunization exercise at the Primary Health Centre of Maiduguri Metropolitan Council (MMC).
Potholes as an indication of the state of the nation
So many things make up the infrastructure of a nation, the infrastructure that makes it work. There is electricity without which nothing can be powered to go forward.
Between leadership, prosperity and poverty
Nigerians desire an economic development that is all inclusive and citizens oriented and not just one that ensures for the benefits of a few who have become ‘vultures of fortune’ on the...
I agree, poverty is a more pressing issue than feminism
Poverty, insecurity and instability are indeed what could be listed as physiological and safety needs on Maslow’s pyramid. What’s listed on Maslow’s pyramid is besides the point, but it gives an idea of what to strive for, which is useful.
Transforming jobs to end poverty
Over the past two decades, significant progress has been made in reducing poverty in the majority of countries. In emerging and developing countries, taken as a whole, it is estimated ...