#Nigeria

  • Article: World Leaders Just Committed Nearly €53 Million to Nutrition, Sanitation, Health, and the Environment
    ImpactCitizenship

    World Leaders Just Committed Nearly €53 Million to Nutrition, Sanitation, Health, and the Environment

    By Aileen ElsnerSophie Barbier  and  Jana Sepehr|May 21, 2019

    Leaders from Nigeria, Zambia, Germany, Rwanda, and Ghana showed us they, too, are Global Citizens. Read more

  • Article: A Nigerian Militia Just Freed Nearly 900 Child Soldiers
    Girls & Women

    A Nigerian Militia Just Freed Nearly 900 Child Soldiers

    By Lindsay Powers|May 10, 2019

    Now more than 1,700 children have been released — but there is still more work to be done. Read more

  • Article: Meet the 27-Year-Old NHS Doctor Who's Driving Forward the Global Fight Against Malaria
    AdvocacyHealth

    Meet the 27-Year-Old NHS Doctor Who's Driving Forward the Global Fight Against Malaria

    By Imogen Calderwood|April 24, 2019

    Dr. Elvis Eze knows only too well how devastating the impact of malaria can be. Read more

  • Article: 'I Am Not for Sale': New Anti-Slavery Campaign Encourages Women to Build a Life in Nigeria
    Girls & Women

    'I Am Not for Sale': New Anti-Slavery Campaign Encourages Women to Build a Life in Nigeria

    By Helen Lock|April 17, 2019

    The campaign focuses on positive stories of women who escaped trafficking. Read more

  • Article: 460 Adolescent Girls Are Infected With HIV Daily: UNAIDS Report
    Health

    460 Adolescent Girls Are Infected With HIV Daily: UNAIDS Report

    By Erica Sanchez  and  Lerato Mogoatlhe|April 16, 2019

    Some 50 girls aged between 10 and 19 die from AIDS-related causes every day. Read more

  • Article: Why New Zealand Measures Success by Human Well-Being Instead of GDP Growth
    Finance & Innovation

    Why New Zealand Measures Success by Human Well-Being Instead of GDP Growth

    By Joe McCarthy|April 10, 2019

    The two are inextricably linked. Read more

  • Article: This Ghanaian Start-Up Is Helping to Make Medicine More Affordable
    Health

    This Ghanaian Start-Up Is Helping to Make Medicine More Affordable

    April 10, 2019|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    Drug prices in some African countries are marked up by middlemen and often become too expensive. Read more

  • Article: The Crucial Reason WaterAid Stopped Building Toilets in Nigeria
    Water & Sanitation

    The Crucial Reason WaterAid Stopped Building Toilets in Nigeria

    By Joe McCarthy|March 22, 2019

    “WASH is a basic necessity.” Read more