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Video: Rampant rape cases in Nigeria

Video: Rampant rape cases in Nigeria

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Video: Why death rate remains high in Nigeria

Why death rate remains high in Nigeria

Pregnant women at Oriade community in Lagos say they will continue to patronise traditional birth attendants because the only primary health centre there is not well equipped. In this report, I examine how challenges of their peculiar environment threaten their lives and the lives of their unborn children.

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Video: Increasing rate of Kidney disease in Nigeria

Kidney disease in Nigeria

More than 36 million Nigerians are suffering from kidney disease, according to the Nigerian Association of Nephrology. This report takes a look at how it can be reduced.  

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Video: Afforestation and communities

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Video: Big story on sustainable development

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Video: Maternal health in Nigeria

Video: Maternal health in Nigeria

Nigeria ranks sixteenth among nations with high maternal deaths. To reduce the incidence, advocacy groups say exploring the possibility to incorporate the communities will scale up progress

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Video: Changing weather pattern in Nigeria

The rainy season in Nigeria is usually between the months of March through July with a break in August before it picks up again in September. However, the pattern of the weather in the Southern part of the country in recent weeks has been unusually cool and breezy. In this report Emmanuel Oladipo, a professor of climatology , department of Geography, ...

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Video: Challenges of a 10-year-old girl with Polio

Video: Challenges of a 10-year-old girl with Polio

There has been no new case of polio virus in Nigeria since the last one was reported in July 2014. But even as the country is making progress towards eradicating the disease, those crippled by the virus will have to deal with the challenges for life.

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Why filthy environments will continue to obstruct elimination of Malaria

Why filthy environments will continue to obstruct elimination of Malaria

The World Health Organisation (WHO) is calling on countries to close the gaps in prevention and treatment to defeat malaria. But when people are allowed to live in filthy, polluted environments as seen in this video, one will begin to question the possibility of Nigeria ever eradicating malaria.

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Maternal and Child Mortality Lecture in Lagos

Maternal and Child Mortality Lecture in Lagos

Dr Leke Pitan is the keynote speaker at the 3rd annual public health management lecture by the Chartered Institute of Environmental and Public Health Management of Nigeria. The Special Advisor for Africa International Hospital Federation spoke on ‘Investing in Reduced Maternal and Child Mortality for sustainable Development: What are the issues, challenges and Options. He stressed that an important but ...

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