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Activate Camp 2014: Join Infinity Foundation  in Reaching Out to 200 Orphans & 300 Secondary School Students

Activate Camp 2014: Join Infinity Foundation  in Reaching Out to 200 Orphans & 300 Secondary School Students

Compliments of the season! To round off the year, Infinity Foundation, an indigenous non governmental organization is organizing  a four days camp meeting tagged “Activate 2014″ for 200 orphans as well as 300 secondary school and undergraduate students. The Infinity Foundation is a non-governmental organization passionate about the Nigerian orphan with a vision to  amend the general perspective of the populace ... Read More »

Multi-Sectoral Approaches to Addressing RMNCH, Delivered in partnership – @Lanre_Olagunju

Multi-Sectoral Approaches to Addressing RMNCH, Delivered in partnership – @Lanre_Olagunju

Maternal mortality and morbidity can be reduced and prevented using cost effective approaches and interventions. For maternal and newborn health to record appreciable achievement, other social determinants must also be recognized and attended to. With integrated of multi-sectoral policies now coming into play across the continent, the provision of robust approaches that enhance advocacy, policy dialogue, and also planning are ... Read More »

2015 and Beyond: Building a Future in which Children Survive and Thrive – @Lanre_Olagunju

2015 and Beyond: Building a Future in which Children Survive and Thrive – @Lanre_Olagunju

If there is one essential process, that if adopted across the nations of Africa, could make a difference to the future of the continent’s children; it is that improving child health must be an essential component of African sustainable development. Many low and middle income countries will continue to miss out on real, sustainable growth as long as the number ... Read More »

Reviving Africa’s Manufacturing Sector and Its Impact on Economic Prosperity – @Lanre_Olagunju

Reviving Africa’s Manufacturing Sector and Its Impact on Economic Prosperity – @Lanre_Olagunju

Africa’s share of world manufacturing output and contribution to global trade declined from 0.9% to 0.8% between 1980 and 2001. As at 2012, it was just about 1%. It is quite difficult not to relate this to the reality that 25 of the world’s poorest countries are in Africa. It is also quite important to clearly state that in the last ... Read More »

Skull reconstruction and hydrocephalus-related procedures for a 1 Year Old

Skull reconstruction and hydrocephalus-related procedures for a 1 Year Old

Too many times we come across folks on the road or chance meetings requesting alms and all. Sometimes we are “moved” to give, at others, we couldn’t be bothered. Let’s not talk about the battered trust of the willing giver, who have been screwed over a number of times by impostors with seared consciences. I came across the story of ... Read More »