Nigeria braces itself to be part of what is likely to be a third wave of the COVID-19 outbreak, where the coronavirus will interact with low healthcare infrastructure and many pre-existing fragilities. It will require a whole society approach to limit the spread of COVID-19 and to cushion the potentially devastating impact it may have on vulnerable people and economies.
Elizabeth is one of the 20 beneficiaries of the livelihood empowerment on culinary training from the EU-UN Spotlight Initiative project
UNDP under the Support to Reconciliation and Reintegration Project funded by European Union initiated a community led Peace through Sports Engagement in locations hit hardest by the insurgency.
They are healthcare workers and innovators. They are nurses, doctors and caregivers administering vaccines and performing clinical testing.
The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) received a shipment of COVID-19 test kits and other medical supplies procured by the United Nations Develo-pment Programme (UNDP) on the 24th of February, 2021, in Abuja, Nigeria
Victims of insurgency are often forced to flee their homes, where many are separated from their families and communitie

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64%

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3.4 Million

Population with HIV

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