How inflation is driving a new wave of malnutrition in Yemen, Nigeria

By Niyi Oyedeji and Sahar Mohammed SOARING food prices in Yemen and Nigeria are predisposing more households to malnutrition as...

What Nigeria must do to deal with its ransom-driven kidnapping crisis

Chukwuma Al Okoli, Federal University Lafia FREQUENT acts of violent crime have grown to form a major threat to Nigeria’s...
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Libyans, Syrians, Iranians banned from America as US Supreme Court upholds Trump’s travel ban

THE Supreme Court of the United States of America has ruled that the travel ban order issued by President...

Bloody year loading? Three journalists killed in 2018 already

Two journalists and one citizen journalist have already been killed in connection with their work so far this year,...
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Canada Launches Famine Relief Fund For Nigeria, Somalia, Others

The Canadian Government had on March 17, 2017, announced $119.25 million in humanitarian funding to respond to food crises in these four countries and has remained one of the earliest major donors to provide funds for the four affected countries.

UNICEF Says Millions Hungry, Sick, Out Of School In Crisis-Torn Countries

Over 22 million children are left hungry, sick, displaced and out of school in four crisis-torn countries including Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan and Yemen as a result of drought occasioned by armed conflict, the United Nations Children's Fund, UNICEF, has said.
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