UNICEF engages teachers, natural leaders for improved access to hygiene
Determined to improve access to improved sanitation and hygiene and ensure Open Defecation Free (ODF) societies, the United Nation Children Fund ...
Lagos develops policy to tackle poverty in 2017
The Director, Development Partnership, Ministry of Economic Planning and Budgeting, Lagos, Mr. Adetola Bankole, made this known yesterday during a sensitisation workshop on the policy at Surulere Local Council.
UN, others unveil application to check sexual violence
The United Nations Information Centre (UNIC) in collaboration with GemWoman Magazine and Lagos State Domestic and Sexual Violence Response Team (DSVRT) has unveiled ...
FG set to launch campaign to end child marriage
The Federal Government in Abuja on Monday announced plans to launch a campaign to end child marriage and other related harmful traditional practices in the country.
UNICEF wants more technology start-ups in Nigeria
United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has adopted a venture capital approach to source solutions through its innovation fund, urging more technology ...
Group condemns rising cases of female genital mutilation
A Non-Governmental organization, NGO, One Voice Initiative for Women Empowerment in Africa, has expressed concern over the continued rise in female genital mutilation ...
120m Nigerians lack access to improved sanitation facilities, says UNICEF
UNICEF says presently, no fewer than 120 million people in the country lack access to improved sanitation facilities, a situation it said exposes them to public health hazards.
UNICEF says 120m Nigerians lack access to improved sanitation facilities
UNICEF says presently, no fewer than 120 million people in Nigeria lack access to improved sanitation facilities, thereby exposing them to public health hazards.
UNICEF laments poor child rights act compliance, sensitive-budgeting
The United Nations Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF), has decried the increasing occurrences of child abuse and violence against children in the country, attributing it to poor child-sensitive budgeting of government at all levels.