Thursday 3 December 2015

Nigeria launches 2015 Endpoint report on MDGs at Social Good Summit - As Save the Children advocates for children engagement for SDGS

By James Bigila, Media Coordinator

The Presidency through the Office of the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Millennium Development Goals (OSSAP-MDGs), inaugurated the 2015 MDGs end-point report.

The inauguration of the 2015 MDGs endpoint report was done at the Social Good Summit 2015 with the theme: “New Goal, New Power, New Technology #2030Now”.

Thursday 26 November 2015

The Government and Nigerian media partner towards better Nutrition Advocacy

By James Bigila, Media Coordinator

The Working to Improve Nutrition In Northern Nigeria (WINNN) programme organized a capacity building workshop cum field visit for News Producers and Editors from the 7th – 9th September 2015 in Zamfara State and 10th – 11th September, 2015 in Katsina State. Zamfara and Katsina states are two of the five states being supported by WINNN.

Thursday 26 November 2015

Children speak their minds on leaving no child behind in Nigeria

By James Bigila, Media Coordinator

Next campaign planning process in Nigeria

As we reflect on the successes achieved in Nigeria under the EVERY ONE campaign, James Bigila, Media Coordinator from the Nigeria Country Office talks to us about how planning for the next priority campaign is going in Nigeria.

Tuesday 24 November 2015

Aisha Buhari inagurates the 4th FCT Chidrens Parliament Chapter

The 4th FCT children parliament has been inaugurated with the swearing in of the Speaker of the 4th Children Parliament and honourable members of the FCT children parliament.
The Nigerian children parliament came into existence in 2003 and one of its successes is the passage of the Child Right Act.
Mr. Salisu Bala, the Secretary for Social development Secretariat briefed participants on the activities of the children parliament and its successes since inception.

Wednesday 5 March 2014

Father’s day Blog

In Nigeria, more than 1 million children die each year before they reach the age of five. The country has one of the worst child mortality rates in the world and more than 24% of those that die are newborn babies.