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AfricaSan4: Why Open defecation may continue in Africa, until 2030

Special Report on the 4th Africa Sanitation and Hygiene Conference (Africasan4), Dakar, Senegal                                   ...

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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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Will ECOSAN toilets solve Africa’s Sanitation Crisis?

By Babatope Babalobi     babalobi@yahoo.com   The World Health Organisation (WHO) defines sanitation as a group of methods to collect human excreta and urine as well as community wastewaters ...

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How Marseilles hosted two World Water Forums in one week

By Babatope Babalobi who was in Marseilles France’s second largest city- Marseilles, coordinates 43° 17′ 47.04″ N, 5° 22′ 12,   last month hosted two week long global meetings to discuss ...

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General T.Y. Danjuma donates $1m to enhance control of River blindness

The World Health Organization African Programme for Onchocerciasis (River blindness) Control (WHO/APOC) had its 16th session open on Tuesday, 7th December 2010 in Abuja with General T. Y. Danjuma (Rtd) ...

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Nigeria records 350 breast cancer cases yearly-WHO

The Federal Government of Nigeria has concluded arrangements for the preparation of anti-cancer syrup , just as the World Health Organization (WHO) has revealed that over three hundred and fifty ...

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Health MDGs: Nigeria On Track, says WHO

Nigeria is on the right track towards meeting the MDGs for Health, says the World Health Organisation

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Nigeria will meet Health MDG-WHO

The World Health Organisation (WHO) said, at the weekend, that Nigeria was on the right track in meeting the health-related goals as enunciated in the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) before ...

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Nigeria commits N4.5bn to tackle AIDS, TB and Malaria

Nigeria has retreated commitment to tackle AISD, tuberculosis and malaria in the country Nigeria’s Expert Review Committee on Polio Eradication and Routine Immunization has concluded that the country could stop ...

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Nigeria: Teachers to enhance Health Education

The World Health Organization (WHO) (1946) adopts a definition of health as “a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease and infirmity”, ...

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