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NITP: A case for action-oriented agenda in 2017


This article was written on the first day of the new year 2017, hence I seize the golden oppourtunity to greet numerous readers of EnviroNews magazine a Happy New Year. I extend similar greetings to my numerous professional colleagues under the aegis of the Nigerian Institute of Town Planners (NITP), the focus of this article. A new year connotes a ...

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Images: Ministers’ New Year day tour of impacted Ogoniland pollution sites

security officials

Nigeria’s environment ministers started the New Year on a serious note as it was all work and no rest on Sunday, January 1 2017. While people wined and dined in the spirit of the festive season, the ministers opted to remain on the field. Minister of Environment (and Deputy UN Secretary General designate), Amina Mohammed, in the company of her ...

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How Sudan strives to improve access to water, sanitation, hygiene

water sanitation

Sudan’s sanitation sector (safe drinking water and adequate sewage disposal) is faced with serious challenges that deem it difficult to attain this sector’s strategic objectives. One of these objectives was raising the number of persons with access to clean and safe drinking water to 82% and access to hygiene services to 67% by the end of 2016, as stipulated in ...

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