NGO calls for introduction of HPV Vaccine
As the International Awareness Day for Human Papillomavirus (HPV) comes up on Wednesday, CancerAware Nigeria, campaigner on cervical cancer in Lagos, has called for the introduction of HPV Vaccine in the country, to ensure prevention of cervical cancer.
At Calabar event, NGO lists major obstacle to effective criminal justice law
A non-governmental organisation (NGO), Clean Foundation, has picked the police force as a major hindrance to the effective implementation of the Admission of Criminal Justice Act
NGO pays WAEC fees for Abia indigenes
A non-governmental organization, Unubiko Foundation, has paid the 2020 West African Examination Council (WAEC) fees for eligible students of the Atan-Abam community
NGO urges Kwara State government to end FGM, prosecute executors
Burdened by the existing practice of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) in Kwara State, a non governmental organisation, Kick Against Genital Multiple ( KAGM) has intensified efforts to wag war against the practice in families across the state.
Foundation rewards teachers, calls for 21st century mode of teaching
To further encourage them, an NGO, Hopegate Foundation, has rewarded three teachers for their contributions to academic excellence in Lagos State.
AW empowers grassroots women with vocational trainings
Driven by the passion to improve the lives of women from the grassroots, an NGO, Arise Women (AW) recently empowered residents of Dafara and Kabusa villages in the suburbs of Abuja.
Campaign against drug abuse, minister tells NGOs
Minister for Interior, Rauf Adesoji Aregbesola, yesterday charged civil society and non- governmental organisations (NGOs) to campaign against drug addiction and encourage youths to key into government’s development programmes.
NGO urges support for pro-girls initiatives
Church Girl Foundation has tasked corporate organisations and individuals to support initiatives for the female child. Chief executive officer of the non-governmental organisation, who also co-founded Pink Africa Foundation, Mrs. Gedah Etefia, accused corporate bodies and wealthy individuals of shying away from the sponsorship and support of faith-based initiatives.