UN Nigeria Newsletter - August 2020

  • SPECIAL FOCUS: Polio Eradication - A Battle I fought With Undiluted Passion, Says Professor Tomori, A major Player Who Made It possible 
  • The Life-long Impact Of Sexual Assault: A Survivor Speaks Out
  • Combatting Health Worker Infections In Nigeria
  • Humanitarian Needs On The Rise, Funding At A Historic Low
  • 2011 UN House Bombing: UN Staff Members Honour Fallen Colleagues & Partners 
  • Gender-Based Violence: Laws Alone Are Not Enough, Individuals Must Do More – Kallon 
  • Traditional And Religious Leaders Urged To Mobilise Community Action To End Violence Against Women And Girl
  • Nasarawa Launches State Action Plan, Inaugurates Steering Committee Of Women In Peacebuilding
  • COVID-19: Going Mobile To Combat Misinformation, Including On Breastfeeding 
  • Over 60 Nigerians Return From Lebanon As Migrant Worker Conditions Worsen 
  • Int’l Youth Day: We Need Young People Who See And Seek Solutions - Kallon 
  • Over 900 Young Nigerians Join Zoom Call To Learn Advocacy Skills For Positive Change 
  • Eid Al-Adha In Nigeria: ‘We Have Never Experienced A Year Like This’ 


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