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Climate change: Experts decry negligence of ‘vulnerable’ local people in intervention efforts

The Director, Centre for Climate Change and Development Alex Ekwueme Federal University (AE-FUNAI), Prof. Chukwumerije Okereke, has expressed dismay over the negligence of the...

Climate activists canvas for justice to protect vulnerable people

As a matter of justice, a group of activists has demanded that vulnerable communities be included in the issue of climate change in Nigeria. This...

Climate justice: Govt assures youths, women, vulnerable of inclusiveness at COP27

The Federal Government of Nigeria on Monday, October 31, 2022, assured that youths, women, vulnerables and other critical stakeholders would be strongly involved on...

UK donates £15m to tackle food insecurity, malnutrition in North-East Nigeria

The UK has announced that it will spend £15 million of emergency humanitarian funding to provide vital food and nutrition assistance for vulnerable people...

COP26 outcome tagged ‘an insult to vulnerable people’

“This (COP26) outcome is an insult to the millions of people whose lives are being torn apart by the climate crisis.” Those are the words...

FCMB, Mercy Corps to uplift 500,000 farmers, vulnerable in North-East Nigeria

About 500,000 farmers and vulnerable people in Nigeria's North-East zone can now access farming friendly and demand-driven financial services, courtesy of a collaboration involving...

World Humanitarian Day: OCHA, partners launch campaign in solidarity with vulnerable people

To get the world racing against the climate crisis clock, the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UN OCHA) and humanitarian...

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Climate change: Stakeholders donate 120 trees to mitigate impacts

Stakeholders in the environment sector on Saturday, June 22, 2024, donated 120 trees to mitigate climate change impacts in...
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Lagos reiterates commitment to flood-free state

The Lagos State Government on Sunday, June 23, 2024, reiterated its commitment to a flood-free state. Commissioner for the Environment...

Cholera outbreak: Group urges Abia to be proactive

The recent outbreak of cholera, a severe diarrheal illness caused by bacterium vibrio cholerae, reported in Lagos and other...

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Climate change: Stakeholders donate 120 trees to mitigate impacts

Stakeholders in the environment sector on Saturday, June 22,...

Lagos reiterates commitment to flood-free state

The Lagos State Government on Sunday, June 23, 2024,...
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