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Nigeria can become leader in wildlife protection – WildAid

Nigeria can change the narratives by becoming a regional leader in wildlife protection. This submission was made by Peter Knights, President of WildAid, while speaking...

Bauchi tourism board to train 350 rangers on wildlife protection

The Bauchi State Tourism Board says it has concluded arrangements to train 350 forest rangers to enhance wildlife protection and conservation. Malam Nasir Yusuf, General...

Refresher has raised park rangers’ morale, says Wildlife Conservation Society

Apart from increasing their knowledge and skills, a refresher training held recently is said to have raised morale among park rangers. Country Director, Wildlife Conservation...

When UNEP’s Erik Solheim visited Côte d’Ivoire

"I've seen Côte d'Ivoire rapidly develop in the last five years. I want to see it continue to build and improve its economy long...

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WaterAid, LDSC unveil $300,000 WASH project in Lagos

WaterAid, a non-govermental organisation, with support from Latter-Day Saints Charities (LDSC) is "Strengthening Water and Sanitation Delivery" project  in...
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WFP highlights Africa’s biggest hunger crisis at pope’s visit to DRC

UN World Food Programme (WFP) on Thursday, February 2, 2023, said that aid agencies faced growing demands and shrinking...

NCF cautions against indiscriminate use of wetlands

The Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF) has cautioned against indiscriminate use of wetlands, especially in the Lagos metropolis. Dr Joseph Onoja,...

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WaterAid, LDSC unveil $300,000 WASH project in Lagos

WaterAid, a non-govermental organisation, with support from Latter-Day Saints...

WFP highlights Africa’s biggest hunger crisis at pope’s visit to DRC

UN World Food Programme (WFP) on Thursday, February 2,...