Cholera: Growing concern as Abuja communities struggle with potable water, open defecation

Lack of potable water and poor personal and environmental hygiene have been identified as two of the major causes...

Kano: Constituents suffer illness, death after boreholes contracts were awarded to ghost companies (2)

In the first part of this two–part report, Lukman Abdulmalik, reported how political leaders in Kano state cornered water contracts...
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Kano Lawmaker, Commissioner’s brother fail to execute water projects while constituents suffer illness, death (1)

A Kano state lawmaker misappropriated monies meant for water projects and watched his constituents suffer and die from water-borne...

Global economic cost of water insecurity nears $500bn – World Bank chief

GLOBAL economic cost of water insecurity is approaching $500 billion per year, the World Bank group president, David Malpass,...
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78m Nigerian children at highest risk of water-related threats – UNICEF

THE United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF) has alerted that 78 million children in Nigeria face the highest risks from...

Group partners EU, British Council to end open defecation in Abuja

A GROUP, Centre for Environmental Sustainability and Development Awareness (CESDA) has partnered with the European Union (EU) and British...
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