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UNICEF’s Communication Specialist, Geoffrey Njoku, made the announcement in a statement in Abuja on Friday.
Dr. Chukwuma Anyaike, Director and National Coordinator of the NTDs Control/Elimination/Eradication Programme at the FMoH, made the disclosure on Thursday at a two-day media dialogue at Ibadan.
The United Nations Children’s Fund says it has completed a water and sanitation project to enhance access to portable water to about one million people in Jigawa and Kano States.
This was the main thrust of a UNICEF media dialogue attended by journalists drawn from various media organizations across the country held in Kano between Tuesday and Wednesday on SBMC covering Sokoto, Niger, Zamfara, Katsina, Kano and Kebbi States.
The United Nations Children Fund says it is partnering with the Federal Government in tackling open defecation in the country.
The United Nations Children Fund has appealed to journalists in Nigeria to raise awareness on sanitation, particularly the benefit of using toilets.
The medical expert said the death of every single child is a huge disaster not only to his family, but to the whole nation because of what the child could become in the future.
Geoffrey Njoku, Communication Specialist, UNICEF, made the assertion in a statement made available to newsmen in Abuja on Saturday.
Speaking at a two-day media dialogue on Water, Sanitation and Hygiene in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State on Tuesday, the UNICEF Communication Specialist, Geoffrey Njoku, charged newsmen on increase thorough investigative journalism on WASH.
UNICEF Representative in Nigeria, Mohamed Fall, said the initiative was aimed at creating equal opportunities
According to the statement, UNICEF is working to increase the number of primary health care centres from 43 to 65 in the two states