Nigeria news today headlines update Wednesday 14th August 2019

Nigeria news today headlines update Wednesday 14th August 2019

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target=_blank>Hepatitis: Boost Access To Vaccine, Treatment Through Increased Investment, Scientists Tell FG

LAGOS – Over 350 million people that is more than the population of the United States are being affected by Hepatitis worldwide. Yet, many sufferers are not aware they have the deadly scourge of Hepatitis which leaves its survivors with life-threatening conditions like, Liver and kidney failure as well as Cancer. Only five percent of people
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target=_blank>NGO Distributes Birthing Kits To Pregnant Women In Ogun Community

LAGOS – Health Education and Empowerment Initiative (HEDEN), a non-governmental organization, has distributed free birthing kits to pregnant women in community health centers in Ifo local government area of Ogun State. The birth kits are distributed by the group with the support of Birthing Kits Foundation, Australia who are partners on the project with the aim
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target=_blank>TRCN Inducts 1,348 Teachers, Lauds FCET Umunze Management

lagos – The Registrar, Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN), Prof Josiah Olusegun Ajiboye has commended the Federal College of Education (Technical) Umunze, Anambra State, for giving high premium to the induction of professional teachers in line with international best practices and quality assurance benchmark. He gave the commendation at the 4th TRCN induction ceremony of
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target=_blank>As Mothers, Others In A’Ibom, CRS Link Girl-Child Rape To Open Defecation

UYO – Open defecation, defined as the practice of defecating in open fields, waterways and open trenches without any proper disposal of human excreta is said to be a major factor which exposes the girl child to rape in riverine communities within Akwa Ibom and Cross River States. A report by the United Nations Children Fund
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target=_blank>Poisons Emergency Response Centre Would End Drug Abuse, Misuse – PSN

LAGOS – Nigerians are daily poisoned by wrongful use of medicines and other consumable substances. Yet, the country has no drug information centre that is independent to provide balanced guidelines in the use of medicines. Expressing concerns over this situation, Pharm. Sam Ohuabunwa, President, President Pharmaceutical Society Of Nigeria (PSN) said over the years, Nigeria has
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target=_blank>Stakeholders Decry Compromise Of Standards In Education

Lagos – Stakeholders in the education sector have decried wanton decay in the system occasioned by compromise among school owners and regulators. They spoke at the 21st Valedictory Service and Prize-Giving Day of Good Shepherd Schools, Meiran, Lagos, at the weekend. The School held its valedictory service in its three campuses at Alakuko, Atan and Meiran,
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target=_blank>Africa’s Emerging Agritech Market Valued At €5.3bn – Report

Africa’s emerging agritech market valued at N5.3bn is hugely untapped, according to a new report by the Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation (CTA) and Dalberg Advisors. The agriculture market in Africa which was projected to grow to $1trn by 2030, was helping to solve the problem of inefficient and fragmented agricultural markets, it
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target=_blank>Our Husbands Accuse Us Of Promiscuity For Adopting Family Planning – Lagos Women

A media group, Media Advocacy Working Group (MAWG), recently carried out a Family Planning Advocacy visit to Ijora Primary Health Care (PHC), Lagos. CHIOMA UMEHA was on the entourage and reports: Research has proved that family planning provides couples with the invaluable means of limiting and spacing the number of children they want through the
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target=_blank>OAAN, RISAA To Partner On Vacant Billboard Billing, Membership

Lagos – The Outdoor Advertising Association of Nigeria, OAAN, alongside the Rivers State Signage and Advertisement Agency, RISAA, are working towards partnership with the aim of promoting conducive business environment for members. At a meeting which held in the office of the OAAN’s President, Emmanuel Ajufo on Friday, August 2, 2019, which had the Managing Director,
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Baywood Partners African Union, Seeks Increased Youth Participation In Governance, Leadership

Baywood Foundation, on Tuesday in Lagos, announced a pan-African initiative in partnership with the African Union to organize a two-day interactive conference aimed at advocating for more youth participation in politics and governance. Addressing a press conference in Ikeja, its founder, Emperor Chris Baywood Ibe explained that the Baywood Foundation initiative slated for Addis-Ababa, Ethiopia […]
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