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WHO to scale up programmes to help people quit tobacco use

The World Health Organisation (WHO) Representative to Nigeria, Dr Walter Mulombo, says the world body is set to scale-up programmes in 22 countries to help...

Second-hand smoke responsible for non-communicable diseases – Minister

The Minister of Health, Dr Osagie Ehanire, has said that exposure to second-hand smoke from tobacco is a leading preventable risk factor for non-communicable...

Nigeria, 21 others in WHO campaign to help 100m people quit tobacco

WHO has launched a year-long global campaign for World No Tobacco Day 2021 - “Commit to Quit."  The new WHO Quit Challenge on WhatsApp and publication “More...

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Naivasha: A typical example of energy transition

Only 9% of the use of fossil energies, Kenya must be one of the rare countries of the African...
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Lagos engages stakeholders on Opebi-Mende Link Bridge project Right of Way

The Lagos State Government says it has engaged stakeholders on discussions toward smooth establishment of the Right of Way...

International Youth Day: How to harness potential of Nigerian youths – CSDevNet

Prof. Ibrahim Choji, Chair, Board of Trustees, Climate and Sustainable Development Network (CSDevNet), while saying that celebrating the International...

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Naivasha: A typical example of energy transition

Only 9% of the use of fossil energies, Kenya...

Lagos engages stakeholders on Opebi-Mende Link Bridge project Right of Way

The Lagos State Government says it has engaged stakeholders...