Toyin Saraki calls for greater progress on breastfeeding at Nigeria World Breastfeeding Week event


At the World Breastfeeding Week Ministerial Flag-off & High-Level Policy Dialogue on Progress on Promoting Breastfeeding for Sustainable Development in Nigeria, Special Adviser to the Independent Advisory Group of the World Health Organization Africa Regional Office, H.E. Mrs Toyin Ojora Saraki, delivered a rallying call for Nigeria to reach its breastfeeding targets of 50% by 2025 – and, in doing so, save millions of lives.


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Wellbeing Foundation Africa Launches Alliance to Transform Cancer Outcomes in Nigeria


The Wellbeing Foundation Africa (WBFA), in partnership with Amref Health Africa and Takeda Pharmaceutical Company, convened a stakeholders meeting to launch and present a business case for a new Cancer Alliance. The move follows the successful call for the inclusion of Cancer into the Non-communicable Diseases framework of the Universal Health Coverage, during the Summit of the Legislative Network on Universal Health Coverage, which was held in Abuja this week.


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Wellbeing Foundation Africa to convene new Cancer Alliance to transform cancer outcomes in Nigeria


Toyin Saraki calls for cancer to be prioritised as Nigeria moves towards Universal Health Coverage


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Wellbeing Foundation Africa to convene new Cancer Alliance to transform cancer outcomes in Nigeria


Toyin Saraki calls for cancer to be prioritised as Nigeria moves towards Universal Health Coverage


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H.E. Mrs Toyin Ojora Saraki Builds Bridges of Action Over Troubled Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Conditions - At United Nations High-Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development, New York City


World Bank reveals alarming decline in Water, Sanitation and Hygiene conditions in Nigeria


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The Wellbeing Foundation Africa Advances a Multi-Sectoral Approach at the Girls Not Brides Global Meeting


The Wellbeing Foundation Africa (WBFA) was a key stakeholder at the 2nd Girls Not Brides Global Meeting, which held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from 25th to 27th June, 2018. During this important gathering, participants from all over the world showcased progress and interventions aimed at eliminating forced, early and child marriage (FECM), in line the Meeting’s four main objectives to connect, to learn, to inspire, and to align. Importantly, Girls Not Brides: the Global Partnership to End Child Marriage made sure that the voices of youth-led organizations were well heard, as well as those of community-based organizations (CBOs), civil society organizations (CSOs), and other grassroots activists


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