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The EU and UN handover 270 cubic meters of medical supplies to the Government of Nigeria to further enhance the COVID-19 response
The second consignment, which is part of the US$ 22 million procurement of essential medical supplies for the COVID-19 response, approved by the EU and endorsed by the Nigeria/One-UN COVID-19 Basket…
The Government of Norway contributes 9.9 million Norwegian Kroner to the Nigeria one UN COVID-19 response
The Government of Norway is the latest contributor to join the One UN COVID-19 response with a donation of NOK 9,900,000 in support of the Nigerian Government
One UN COVID-19 response receives additional US$1million to help Nigeria to address challenges of the pandemic
The US$ 1 million support from the Gates foundation catalytically responds to the joint efforts to curb the pandemic and its unprecedented impact.
Nigeria Kick-starts the Design of a National Integrated Financing Framework to Accelerate the Sustainable Development
Nigeria has formally kicked off the process of designing and implementing an Integrated National Financing Framework (INFF) for financing national development priorities and achieving the Sustainable…
This intervention is helping to address water challenges in the camps; IDPs now have access to safe and portable water for domestic use.
UNDP, ONSA partner to activate community-based platforms for preventing and countering violent extremism
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in partnership with the Office of the National Security Adviser (ONSA) have agreed to activate community-based platforms for preventing and responding…
The EU and United Nations received delivery of vital supplies to help the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic in Nigeria.
The competition for scarce resources between farmers and herders has had devastating impacts on communities in Nigeria’s Middle-Belt region.
The Nigeria One UN COVID-19 Response Board holds inaugural meeting and approves US$ 22 million procurement of essential medical supplies to enhance the national response
In addition to US$12 million approved for the procurement of PPE's in April 2020, the Project Board approved an allocation of US$ 10 million to WHO-UNICEF for the acquisition of testing kits and…
More hands on-deck: Aliko Dangote Foundation contributes N1.5 Billion (USD $ 3.8 million) to the Nigeria UN COVID-19 Basket Fund
The Aliko Dangote Foundation (ADF) has joined hands with the United Nations in Nigeria with a total sum of N1.5 Billion (equivalent to USD $3.8 million) contribution to the Nigeria UN COVID-19 Basket…