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.
The Regional Stabilization Facility (RSF) in Nigeria aims to achieve immediate stabilisation in the Boko Haram-affected states of Borno, Adamawa and Yobe in the country’s north-east region through a time bound, localized (area–based), integrated civilian programme of activities delivered as a rapid response package
The longstanding conflict in northeast Nigeria has negatively affected communities and their coping systems
The programme to be launched soon by President Buhari, will place young Nigerians in private and public sector organisations across the country.
The Office of the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Sustainable Development Goals (OSSAP-SDGs) today launched the Nigeria Sustainable Development Goals Implementation Plan 2020-2030, with support from the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).
The State Government of Borno and the United Nations (UN) hosted a high-level delegation of key partners during a one-day mission to Borno State
Broadcasted live from the Channels Television studios in Lagos and Abuja, the Town Hall opened with a ten-minute documentary that assessed response efforts so far, looking in depth at the impact on Nigeria and critical stakeholders’ collaborative efforts in the fight against COVID-19.

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