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.
Oando, partners boost agricultural production in host communities
Increased awareness on the growth potential of agriculture, oragnisations such as USAID and Oando and its JV partners have invested in improving agricultural practices in Nigeria.
Corruption trends in Nigeria
Corruption appears to be a never-ending national stigma read about on daily basis in our newspapers. This should not be a surprise to us all because we seem to have laid the national fabric deeply in it.
New report says 3.15m Nigerians face food crisis situation
The Cadre Harmonise report for food security situation across 17 states of the federation has revealed that 3.15 million Nigerians are experiencing food insecurity, emergency and famine.
USAID committee ends retreat
The United States Agency for International Development in Nigeria (USAID) recently launched Community of Practice (CoP) for Water, Sanitation and Hygiene(WASH) has ended its retreat in Abuja, aimed at improving the delivery of basic services in the sector.
How SHOP PLUS/ USAID collaborate with Kebbi government to push out diarrhoea
No administration can succeed, if people’s health is not assured. Health has to do with physical, psychological and mental fitness without which people cannot adequately respond to governance process.
Global recognition for OrderPaper as ConsTrack wins innovation contest
ConsTrack, which is being supported by USAID’s Strengthening Advocacy and Civic Engagement (SACE) programme, emerged winner in the ‘new ideas’ category of the inaugural Tech4Dev contest, which included 38 entries from across the world.
USAID, LEAD Africa commence massive women empowerment in Agribusiness
The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) in partnership with Lead Africa, have commenced massive empowerment of women farmers and youth across the country in Agribusiness.
USAID trains 7,169 teachers in Borno
The U. S. Agency for International Development (USAID) says it has trained 7, 169 teachers in Borno to mitigate the shortages of teachers caused by the Boko Haram insurgency in the state.