May 23, 2019
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When Mariam told us that Maria Gracias was visiting Nigeria, Olamide promptly fired back “How does it affect the price of Garri in the market?” It was Halima who has an experience in Sustainable Development who lept to her rescue. With all the humour and ambience she could muster, she told us about Maria Graces […]

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Governor of Edo State Godwin Obasseki thought no one would recognise him at the UN where  the whole world had gatherd to find solutions to global problems and mark progress levels on problems already solved. Well Obaseki was caught on camera sleeping while his commander in chief struggled to capture the minds of the global […]

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Mandela Peace Summit: President Buhari delivers an address at the High Level Meeting on Global Peace in honour of the Centenary of the Birth of Nelson Mandela in New York on 24th Sept. 2018. Share this…emailFacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedin

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The  UNGA 2018 will be discussing the roles of partnership and advocacy as the pillars of the SDGs and inclusive growth. Amina Mohammed Introduced Former American President Bill Clinton Who Chaired the inaugural ceremony.     Share this…emailFacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedin

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The Statue of South African Icon Nelson Mandela was unveiled yesterday to kick start the 2018 United nations General Assembly, UNGA 2018 Conducting the Unveiling was the amiable UN Chief Antonio Gutterres who was assisted by his affable Deputy Amina Mohammed. SustainNG brings you exclusive pictures from the UN house in New York.   Share […]

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The United Nations says at least 97 people have died of cholera in northeastern Nigeria over the past two weeks. As well as the outbreak, the region is grappling with attacks by local militant group Boko Haram. A cholera outbreak in Nigeria’s northeast has killed dozens of people and led to hundreds of new infections, […]

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Cases of suspected cholera are beginning to decline in Harare following massive interventions put in place by the Government and its partners, Harare City acting health director Dr Clemence Duri has said. Dr Duri said by end of day yesterday, the number of deaths remained at 32, a figure that was reported on Tuesday. He […]

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Nigeria’s Olumide Idowu a sustainable Development Activist partners with The New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD) to manage Social Media and Communications during the upcoming 1st Africa Environment Partnership Platform Kenya holding from September 20 to 21, 2018. He will build up and sustain momentum with the Social Media and Communications team of NEPAD. The […]

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Rapid population growth in some Africa’s poorest countries could put future progress towards reducing global poverty and improving health at severe risk, a report by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has revealed. Co-Chairman of the foundation, Bill Gates, said in the Foundation’s 2018 Goalkeepers Report launched yesterday that young Africans were inheriting a continent […]

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The Climate Change Adaptation conference aims at implementing mechanisms as a means to promote progress made in terms of small holder farmers to climate change. It will explore a range of topics to deepen and widen the understanding of the role of research with respect to the responsibility of providing solutions to IFAD investments and […]

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President Muhammadu Buhari on Monday condemned as heinous and despicable, the killing of Saifura Khorsa an aid worker, kidnapped about six months ago at the Rann camp for internally displaced persons by Boko Haram terrorists. The terrorists have equally threatened to harm others, including the lone Dapchi school girl, Leah Sharibu still in their custody, […]

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The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) says more people have access to cell phones in Nigeria than they have access to toilets. Quoting a 2018 report by the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), the Chief of WASH (Water, Sanitation and Hygiene), UNICEF, Zaid Jurji, said 140 million people in Nigeria have cell phones, while only 97 […]

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At the Global Climate Action Summit this week, state and local governments, business, and major institutions spoke out on the risks posed by climate change and the opportunities in implementing solutions. The Summit ended with participants issuing a call to action to heads of state: it’s now your turn to scale up your commitments before 2020. […]

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$5.6 trillion investor coalition joins forces with over 70 companies to call for zero deforestation in Brazil’s sensitive Cerrado region. Major buyers of forest-risk commodities such as soy, including McDonald’s and Tesco are among the coalition. Investors include asset managers such as APG, Legal and General Investment Management and Green Century Capital Management. Announcement made at today’s 16:00 GCAS session: Unlocking Climate Action: Sustainable and Resilient Supply Chains (San Francisco, 13 […]

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Amina Mohammed, the deputy secretary-general of the United Nations (UN), says Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, two-time minister of finance, spent years to get Nigeria out of debt, but the country is now back to worrying levels of debt. Speaking at the International Monetary (IMF) and the UN working together conversation on Tuesday, the former minister of environment […]

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The future of an Indian Ocean archipelago which is the last remaining African colony of the old British Empire came into sharp focus at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) last week. Legalbrief reports that the Chagos Islands were home to a Bourbonnais Creole-speaking people for more than 150 years until the UK evicted them […]

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In Africa, 85m children don’t exist officially; 32m of them are in Nigeria. When Brian Adeyemi was born three years ago, his birth was recorded in the maternity register of a private hospital–and certified on a hospital letterhead card. Before 1992, record of his birth and existence would have ended there. But new policy mandating […]

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The population of hungry people is rising across the world, a UN report has shown, with more than a quarter of them in Africa. Out of the 821 million people who faced shortage of food in 2017, 257 million were found in the continent. A new report on the State of Food Security and Nutrition […]

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The Foreign Affairs Minister, Geoffrey Onyeama, says President Muhammadu Buhari, will lead Nigeria’s delegation to the 73rd United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in New York, which begins September 18. The 73rd UNGA will begin September 18 at the UN Headquarters, New York, while the General Debate will hold from September 25 to October 1. Mr […]

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The idea of “otherness”, the “us versus them” mentality sets people against each other and does not profit the world in any way. Its offshoot has always been chaos, agony, war and depression. It is the reason why neighbors give neighbors away; why brothers take up arms against their sisters and why close friends become […]

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