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Aliko Dangote Foundation joins global leaders to fight malnutrition – pledges US$100 million for Nigeria

What problem can be found in every country in the world and affects one in three people globally? What problem is so rife that the World Health Organization (WHO) terms it “the new normal.”? The surprising answer is malnutrition. It is not an issue that grabs many headlines or attracts much funding, yet malnutrition in […]

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A discussion with Shoreline Natural Resources Chairman Kola Karim

As one of Nigeria’s most progressive indigenous energy companies Shoreline Natural Resources (http://ShorelineNaturalResources.com) continues to create worth and ushers Nigeria into next phase of energy leadership. Chairman Kola Karim shared his thoughts on the company and the nation in the November 6 FT Investing in Nigeria report. Visit http://APO.af/QLUiMK Distributed by APO Group on behalf […]

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Trade and Industry Portfolio Committee Wants Sugar Levies to Cane Growers’ Association Suspended Immediately

Parliament’s Portfolio Committee on Trade and Industry today encouraged the South African Farmers Development Association (SAFDA) and the South African Cane Growers’ Association (SACGA) to do everything in their power to find a mediated agreement to ensure that one association is born out of the two. The Committee today met with the South African Sugar […]

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World Health Organization Enhanced Efforts in Reducing Burden of Chronic Diseases in Libya

WHO country office has completed an extensive workshop on Non-communicable disease Dialogue with national counterparts between 6th- 8th November in Tunis. Noncommunicable diseases (NCDs), including heart disease, stroke, cancer, diabetes and chronic lung disease, are collectively responsible for almost 70% of all deaths worldwide. And in Libya the NCD burden is estimated to account for […]

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