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“Africa most affected by climate change” – African Greens President

Habineza - African most affected by climate change

Frank Habineza is the president of African Greens Federation, the coalition of green parties and political movements across Africa ensuring green principles and values are respected on the continent. Habineza, who is also a member of the executive committee of the Global Greens Coordination, is the founding president of the

Dwindling revenue won’t affect our commitment to polio eradication, says Ganduje

Polio immunisation

Dwindling income, occasioned by fall in global price of oil will not affect the Kano state government’s commitment towards the eradication of polio meningitis, the state governor, Abdullahi Ganduje, has assured. “We revitalized our internal revenue agency to avoid over dependence on federal allocation and ultimately to ensure sustainability of

GIOPINI: Taming Tuberculosis at Grassroots

A cross-section of participants at community stakeholders

With over 600,000 tuberculosis positive persons, Nigeria is the country with the third highest number of patients of the scourge in the world and until the introduction of the Active Case Finding, ACF; recently, hundreds of thousands of patients of the disease have remained unknown 326


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