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UNICEF’s Chief of Field Office in charge of Katsina and Kano States, Padmavathi Yedla, has explained that the solutions to high infant mortality rate in Nigeria are not expensive but they are not properly observed because social norms are opposed to them.
Yedla, who stated this at the weekend while speaking at her maiden meeting with Katsina newsmen, was disturbed by the high rate of infant mortality, particularly in the North. She expressed that even in the North with the highest rate of infant mortality; many women do not practice exclusive breast feeding.
The Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), yesterday revealed that while over two million people have been displaced by the crisis in the North-Eastern Nigeria, not less than nine million are in dire need of emergency relief.
Addressing Newsmen in Abuja, the United Nations Assistant Secretary General and Regional Humanitarian Coordinator for SAHEL, Mr Toby Lanzer, said the organisation was expectant for more aids from non governmental organisations and UNODC agencies, even as he noted that the rate of destruction in the crisis torn areas was alarming.
Democratic Republic of Congo and Angola began one of the biggest ever emergency vaccination campaigns in Africa this week, working with the World Health Organization (WHO) to curb a yellow fever epidemic that has killed hundreds this year.
Health officials expect to vaccinate 14 million people over the next 10 days including some 8.5 million in the densely populatedCongolese capital, Kinshasa, where the disease's presence has sparked fears of a far wider spread.
The Federal Government has released N9.8b for fight the outbreak of polio in the troubled North-East region of Nigeria. The North-eastern part of Nigeria has been devastated by constant attacks from the dreaded terror group, Boko Haram.
Recently, two new cases of polio were discovered by the government in Borno state, which has been the worse hit by Boko Haram attacks.
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