U.S. releases progress report on malaria, urges Nigeria to improve prevention
The United States (U.S.) President’s Malaria Initiative (PMI), led by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) yesterday released its 12th annual report documenting the progress of its programmes in Nigeria and other countries.
Nigeria’s peaceful co-existence crucial to Africa’s development,says USAID
U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) on Saturday stressed the need for peaceful co-existence among ethnic groups in Nigeria to engender development in the nation and in Africa.
Blazing trail on medicines’ quality assurance programme
Committed to the provision of good quality assurance systems and to increase the capacity of training institutions to reflect education that produces competent pharmacists that can provide...
‘3.7 million Nigerians suffer food insecurity’
The food and nutrition insecurity situation analysis report has indicated that over 3.7million people are currently food insecure in the country.The Cadre Harmonize Report for March 2018 conducted in 16 states of the federation by the World Food Program....
Toyin Umesiri…Taking Africa to the world
After over a decade working in corporate America: Fortune 1 (Walmart) and Fortune 150 (Whirlpool Corporation), Nigeria-born-US based businesswoman...
USAID holds interfaith dialogue for religious, civil leaders
The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) yesterday said it had over the last five years supported the training of more than 8,500 political...
80,000 learners in North East benefit from USAID-supported education
United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has provided a peaceful environment for basic education and psycho-social support to more than 80,000 out-of-school youth in five conflict-affected states in northeast Nigeria since 2014.
Why HIV, malaria, TB are ‘untreatable,’ by WHO
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has raised fresh alarm that malaria, Human Immuno-deficiency Virus (HIV) and tuberculosis (TB) may become untreatable soon.