Why Child-Survival Interventions By Government Fail

Poor implementation and inadequate funding, are some of the reasons why the biannual MNCHW, which targets women and children with integrated package of highly cost-effective health interventions in May and November of every year has not made any significant impact on improving child-survival in the country, more than seven years after it started.

How Nigerian Women Fight Poverty, Empower Selves

In a country where governments at the federal and state levels are allocating just 1.8 percent of their annual budget to agriculture, the Village Savings and Loans Association, VSLA initiative has already opened a new vista of hope for women farmers in rural areas in five Nigerian Northern states.

Influential Nigerians Who Break The Law On Siren

Section 154 of the National Road Traffic Regulation, NRTR, 2012, Part XIV states: “No person other than the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Vice President, President of the Senate, Speaker of the House of Representatives, Chief Justice of Nigeria, Deputy President of the Senate, Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, Governors and Deputy Governors of States shall drive a vehicle on any public road using sirens, flashers or beacon lights.”