In a joint statement posted on WHO website, the UN agencies said the project, called INITIATE2, would develop solutions such as disease-specific field facilities and kits.
Adeyeye spoke at a stakeholders interactive session organised by the House of Representatives Committee on Safety Standards and Regulations in Abuja.
This was contained in a statement on Wednesday.
From 30 million malaria cases in the 1940s, China brought down that number over the last decades, to have finally achieved no cases in the last four years, the WHO said.
The NCDC disclosed this on its official website on Thursday morning.
Adesina addressed leaders of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) at a special summit held on Saturday, just days before the Bank Group’s 2021 Annual meetings, scheduled for 23-25 June.
The victims made the revelation on Thursday during an Advocacy Dialogue organised by the National Orientation Agency in collaboration with the United Nations Children Emergency Fund.
Malam Auwalu Umar, Director, ABU Public Affairs Directorate, disclosed this in a statement issued on Saturday.
The governor, accompanied by members of the State Executive Council to the Home, specifically admonished the children not to settle for anything less in the course of pursuing their dreams and aspirations in life.
WHO, in a statement from its headquarters in Geneva on Monday, said the figure was the first global analysis of loss of lives and health associated with working long hours.
Hosted by the Oxford University Africa Society, the conference, the largest convening on Africa in Europe, brings together heads of state, policy makers, business leaders, academics, artists, students, and professionals of African descent to critically deliberate on and chart Africa’s way forward.
The clergyman, who has always expressed doubts about the COVID-19 pandemic, said this during the 40th anniversary thanksgiving service of the church at its Cathedral in Ota, Ogun State on Sunday.
The numbers brought the overall caseload to over 22 million and the death toll to 242,362 in the country reeling under the second wave of the pandemic, data released by the federal health ministry showed.
The NCDC disclosed this on its official Twitter handle on Saturday.
The World Health Organisation revealed this in its message to mark this year’s World Malaria day.
The president made the call at a virtual meeting with the U.S. Secretary of State, Anthony Blinken, on Tuesday in Abuja.
Muhammad Shafiq, WHO Emergency Manager, Health Emergencies Programme, who disclosed this on Monday, said the UN Agency and the Yobe State Government have conducted COVID-19 House-to-House risk communication awareness to over 90,000 residents of the state.
The initiative is to be launched on World Malaria Day on April 25.
Iyabo Fakunle-Okieimen, the state Commissioner for Environment and Natural Resources, said this in a statement issued in Ado Ekiti on Sunday.
This, it said, could happen even after the country had been certified free of polio by the World Health Organisation (WHO), hence the need for the media to increase awareness for persons in the North-east to embrace routine immunisation.