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This edition of Growing up evaluates the impact that an adult literacy programme is having on the Early childhood development stage of children in Kwara state Nigeria. [soundcloud url="https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/478863153" params="color=#870505&auto_play=false&hide_related=false&show_comments=true&show_user=true&show_reposts=false&show_teaser=true" width="100%" height="166" iframe="true" /]
At a press briefing of journalists in Kwara state, journalists are briefed about a recurring epidemic which the state has once again had to swiftly tackle with all hands on deck. Its about the recent Yellow fever, Lassa fever,...
Much is known about males in Nigerian prisons. Very little is known about females. Next to nothing is known about pregnant, nursing mothers and babies in Nigeria's prisons. Yet records from the NPS in August, 2018 reveal a proven...
The second part of the documentary BORN & LOCKED UP, accesses the Nigerian prisons available welfare arrangement for pregnant, nursing mothers and babies caught up in the criminal Justice system Awaiting Trial situation. Its a narrative of disturbing tales,...
The grey areas in the operation of the foster care system and Child labour practice as operable in many african societies, continues to make child labour, child abuse and trafficking a subject matter for hot debate. The view that...
According to UNICEF, nearly half of all deaths in children under 5 are attributable to undernutrition, translating into the loss of about 3 million young lives a year. Undernutrition puts children at greater risk of dying from common infections,...
Data on FGM is often controversial as the process of data collection has been questioned time and time again. In the case of Kwara, FGM remains practiced albeit it not as openly as it used to be. There are...
The documentary "Waste for pay policy: A possible solution for Ilorin's improper waste disposal challenge?" explores the surging population growth in ilorin Kwara state, in the face of a non adopted Master plan and its impact on the environment....
In 2017, the International Labour Organisation, ILO, pegged over 168 million children as being engaged in child-labour across the globe, saying eighty-five million of them do hazardous work. The number of working children under the age of 14 in...
In this third part of the trilogy and series BORN AND LOCKED UP, I head east to investigate a inadequate Criminal Justice system in Nigeria's east; most specifically Enugu state, stories of an alarming welfare system for nursing and...
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