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2015

Bringing smiles to internally displaced mothers in Nigeria
GOVERNMENT GIRLS' COLLEGE CAMP, Nigeria, September 2015 - Displaced from violent conflict and settled temporarily in a camp among thousands of others, a group of mothers are thrilled to see that despite their traumatic circumstances, their babies...

Catching Them Young for Environmental Health, Sanitation and Hygiene
With funding from the European Union EU, UNICEF Nigeria’s Enugu Office, in collaboration with the States Rural Water and Sanitation Agencies , set up for School Environmental Health (SEH) Clubs for more than 8,000 school children

Nigeria: responding to the education needs of displaced children
MAIDUGURI, Nigeria, 07 July, 2015 - Sixteen-year-old Grace fled her home in March this year after witnessing the brutal beheading of her father by the armed group Boko Haram, in Baga, Northeast Nigeria

Koranic schools in Nigeria join the drive for universal education
15 January 2015 - Millions of children in northern Nigeria are not receiving a formal education. One way UNICEF is addressing the issue is to help traditional Koranic schools like Maiunguwa Shuaibu’s include basic subjects such as English and maths.

A partnership for improved sanitation, hygiene and safe water
15 January 2015 - Once a long way from water and lacking proper hygiene and sanitation practices, a small community in Nigeria has benefitted noticeably from a multiyear project aimed at changing behaviours and reaching millions with clean water.

 

 
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