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WHO to tackle dengue, malaria fever

WHO to tackle dengue, malaria fever

By Asma’u Ahmad The World Health Organisation (WHO) regional committee for the Western Pacific region has opened its annual meeting to discuss progress on public heath priorities in the region. The Manila-based WHO regional committee said in a statement that aside from dengue, ...

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Ban Ki-Moon calls for healthier environment

Ban Ki-Moon calls for healthier environment

By Asmau Ahmad The United Nations Secretary-General, Ban Ki-Moon, has called for a safer, healthier, more prosperous and resilient world for all people while protecting the planet. The Secretary-general made this call in his speech at the occasion commemorating the ...

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UNICEF tasks world leaders to invest on data for children

UNICEF tasks world leaders to invest on data for children

By Haruna Gimba The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), has called on world leaders to invest in better data, warning in a new analysis that sufficient data is available only for half of the child-related Sustainable Development Goals indicators. The ...

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50 million children displaced worldwide – UNICEF

50 million children displaced worldwide – UNICEF

By Haruna Gimba A report released by the UNICEF in New York has indicated that nearly 50 million children have been driven out of their homes by conflicts and violence worldwide. The report said 28 million of them driven from ...

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Philips to improves 3 billion lives by 2025

Philips to improves 3 billion lives by 2025

By Haruna Gimba The Royal Philips, said it is working to improve the lives of three billion people by the year 2025. Speaking at the opening of ‘Philips Live! Innovation Experience Conference 2016’ in Nairobi, Kenya, the CEO of Philips ...

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Bill Gates warns against reducing funds to fight AIDS

Bill Gates warns against reducing funds to fight AIDS

By Asmau Ahmad The Founder of Microsoft, Bill Gates, has warned against reducing funds to combat AIDS and urged the international community to mobilise more resources for HIV prevention, treatment and research. Mr. Gates stated this in Durban, South Africa ...

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Women to play key role in Columbia’s peace agreement

Women to play key role in Columbia’s peace agreement

By Haruna Gimba The Government of Columbia has entered into agreement with Revolutionary Armed Forces of Columbia (FARC) to end a war that affected so many men and women in the country. Executive Director of UN Women, Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, said ...

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