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Nigeria needs to invest $6b to provide water for all by 2025

                                                        By  Babatope ...

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World Toilet Day- Let’s Make Open defecation history in Nigeria

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As Nigeria joins the world to mark the World Toilet Day, on Wednesday, November 19, 2014, Bread of Life Development Foundation non-governmental organization has called on Nigerians to collectively work ...

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MDG: Access to Rural Water Supply and Sanitation in Africa

  By   Babatope Babalobi  who was in Tunis         babalobi@yahoo.com    Special Report In the year 2012, the United Nations Children’s Fund and World Health Organization announced cheering news that ...

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American Journalism students commend Bread of Life for publishing eWASH

Water news gets a platform thanks to Bread of Life.   By Sarah Brown-Anson               http://www.ecpeacejournalism.org/eWASH.html                   ...

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Experts, Journalists discuss global Sanitation challenges

By Fredrick Mugira http://waterjournalistsafrica.wordpress.com Over 500 people from across the world are in Mumbai, India attending the global forum on sanitation and hygiene. The forum which kicked off on Sunday at Mumbai ...

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Climate change and its effect on water supply in Lagos

By Babatope Babalobi Babalobi@yahoo.com With a geographical size of 3,577 square kilometres, Lagos State is one of the smallest states in Nigeria, representing 0.4% of the entire geographical area Nigeria. ...

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Stakeholders highlight impact of climate change on Nigeria’s water resources

ByBabatope Babalobi Babalobi@yahoo.com   Stakeholders in Nigeria’s water sector  said that climate change will seriously affect water resources in Nigeria exemplified by changing water levels, temperatures and flow will in ...

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Rebranding Nigeria

Nigeria: Good people, bad leaders Nigeria has always been a good brand. It does not need to be re branded. Nigeria though a failed state is inherently a great nation. ...

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