Covid-19

Lockdown

Nigeria: Protection of Most Vulnerable People during lockdown from COVID-19 Response

Nigeria’s federal and state governments should ensure the rights to food, shelter, and other basic necessities for people losing jobs or income during the COVID-19 pandemic. The economic assistance that the government has announced in response to the virus has exposed inadequacies in Nigeria’s social protection systems and risks excluding the country’s poorest and most …

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Hunger

Nigerians amidst two deaths: Covid-19 and Hunger

We all know Covid-19 is a virus that has wrecked havoc on societies. A lot of businesses, schools, banks, markets have been shut down. Churches and mosques, including social gatherings such as marriage, burials, and naming ceremonies, have not been spared in this incessant array of global shutdowns. Life has been so unbearable for people …

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Avoid living a sedentary lifestyle during the Covid19 pandemic

It is no news that the coronavirus pandemic has limited most parts of the country to lockdown.This has resulted  to little or no physical activity for most people, schedules that embodied high amount of fat burning have been easily converted to wake-eat-watch movies-sleep cycles which is typical of a sedentary lifestyle.What is a sedentary lifestyle?, …

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Coronavirus

Why and how different countries need a unique response to COVID-19

As of 29 March 2020, there have been more than 680,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 disease in 203 countries around the world. On 11 March, the World Health Organization characterized COVID-19 a pandemic. Africa was initially spared, however this is changing rapidly. In the last two weeks, the number of affected African countries increased from …

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