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It has become customary for the global community to mark World IP Day on the 26th of April every year to pay tribute to the power of creativity and innovation in the flourishing of human society.
More than 10.5m people in the Sahel region of Africa are at risk of hunger in the coming months, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) has warned. A so-called green famine, when stores of food have been used up in winter and spring, but the next harvest is not yet ripe, is being…
Universities contribute solutions to local societal challenges. Here in Nigeria, university staff members serve as critical allies to governments and communities by providing comprehensive,
30 Sep 2021
The issue of political obligation generates the question. What is the problem of political obligation in Nigeria and how does it affect the citizens? In any assessment of the predicament and prospects of Nigeria...
11 Aug 2021
There is hunger in the land. Real hunger. Hunger for food. Hunger for truth. Hunger for security. Hunger for reassurance that the Nigerian dream is not going off in a puff.
9 Aug 2021
The United Nations Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator in Nigeria, Edward Kallon, has said that $250 million (about N62.5 billion) is required to address the food crisis
30 Jun 2021
Vice President Yemi Osinbajo is to lead the Federal Government’s collaboration with the United Nations to improve Nigeria’s food systems.
16 May 2021
Chronic hunger and famine, arising from the rising cost of food crops and other agro commodities appear to be hitting many parts of the country.
19 Apr 2021
The number of persons in the world that go to bed hungry hovers around 700 million. The hungry equally fall under the same category as the malnourished besides those whose plates
10 Jan 2021
As predicted late last year by the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO), more than 13.9 million Nigerians are at risk of food insecurity this year.
4 Jan 2021
From the Archbishop of the Enugu Province (Anglican Communion), Emmanuel Chukwuma, has asked the Federal Government to address growing insecurity and hunger pervading the country to avoid a revolution.
19 Jun 2020
United Nations Secretary-General, António Guterres, has called for a “new contract for nature” to address global challenges connected to land degradation, such as forced migration, hunger and climate change.