COP27: To go down in history as the African Implementation COP

Photo credit: Reuters. by Duncan MacFadyen   COP27 in Sharm El-Sheik has been an excellent opportunity for Africa, and the world to ensure real change with regards to global warming. There is a massive opportunity for Africa to get it…

Restore Foundation donates 100 glasses to Albinos

Dr Halima Alimi, Executive Director of Restore Foundation for Child Sight, on Saturday donated 101 photochromic glasses to children with Albinism to help improve their vision and performance in education. Restore Foundation is an NGO that undertakes action and advocacy…

Obajana: Kogi Students vow to seek justice to Intl. Court

By Lizzy Okoji The National Association of Kogi State Students (NAKOS) has expressed determination to defend the stand of the government over ownership of the Obajana Cement company up to the International Court of Justice. The Kogi State students backed…

Brayfoil wins Green Energy Africa Summit clean-energy pitch competition

Brayfoil wins Green Energy Africa Summit clean-energy pitch competition

Towards Achieving A Cleaner Lagos

By Folashade Kadiri   Driving through the city of Lagos, Nigeria’s commercial capital, one cannot help but observe the practical steps taken by the administration of Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu to establish environmental sustainability in the state. Following the blueprint of…

NCF partners with WWF, CBN to promote sustainable banking principles

In supporting the implementation of the Nigerian Sustainable Banking Principles (NSBP) which was launched in 2012 and strengthen the impact on the social and environment principles, the Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF), with the support of World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and…

WHO Ethiopia celebrates World Breastfeeding Week 2022 with the global theme “Step up for breastfeeding: Educate and Support”

World Breastfeeding Week is commemorated worldwide in the first week of August to emphasize the importance of regular breastfeeding for babies and to encourage and support breastfeeding. The week also marks the anniversary of the Innocenti Declaration – the UN…

Lagos loses 22,500 children to air pollution in 2021 – LASEPA

The Lagos State Environmental Protection Agency (LASEPA) says that 22,500 children died from air pollution in the state in 2021. It stated that the figure was 75 per cent of 30,000 people who died in 2021 in the state due to the…

IMPROVING AVAILABILITY AND RETENTION OF HUMAN RESOURCES IN THE HEALTHCARE SECTOR

The rapid loss of healthcare workers has not been met with equal rate of employment; rather, the government has maintained an embargo on hiring in state and national institutions. This has been exacerbated by the insecurity, rising inflation, poor job security, dearth of adequate equipment; all fuelling the ‘Japa’ syndrome

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