Unicef Worries Over Poor Development of Nigerian Children
The United Nations Children Fund report has stated at least six million children in Nigeria under the age of five are stunted due to malnutrition.
Vanguard, 27 September 2017
A global UNICEF report, launched in Abuja yesterday, shows that Nigeria is putting its children at risk of under-development, both physically and mentally, because critical… Read more »
On 12 August 2016 internally displaced children queuing for food at Banki IDP camp, Borno State (file photo).
Daily Trust, 26 September 2017
More than half of Nigerian children under the age of five risk both physical and mental development because they lack Early Childhood Development (ECD) support, a global United… Read more »
Premium Times, 26 September 2017
Over six million children in Nigeria under the age of five are stunted due to malnutrition, the United Nations Childrens Fund, UNICEF, has said. Read more »
Vanguard, 26 September 2017
The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) on Tuesday recommended six months paid maternity leave and four weeks paid paternity leave to ensure healthy development of young… Read more »
At least 19,000 schools and three million school children have so far been covered under the National Home Grown School Feeding Programme. Read more »
The United Nations Children's agency has said that at least 1.4 million children are at imminent risk of dying from severe malnutrition this year as famine looms across Nigeria, ... Read more »