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U.S. Salutes Health Champions in Nigeria Leading Efforts to End Malaria

Opinion-Editorial W. Stuart Symington, United States Ambassador to Nigeria On World Malaria Day, the United States is proud to recognize our partnership with Nigeria and support your fight to beat this deadly disease. We salute all Nigeria’s health champions—from health workers to mothers, pharmacists to drivers, journalists to researchers, teachers to warehouse managers—and all those working to ...
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Sowing Hope

Anyone can be a peace-making hero by “loving and keeping their neighbors safe.” So said U.S. Charge’ d’ affaires David J Young in Jos on Wednesday, at the premiere of “Sowing Hope” a documentary film by award-winning filmmaker Kenneth Gyang. The emotionally charged film celebrates the heroic action of 83-year-old Imam Abdullahi Abubakar and his Deputy in saving the lives of over ...
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USAID Launches Agribusiness Investment Activity To Promote Private Sector Investment in Agriculture

New ‘Feed the Future’ initiative will strengthen Nigeria’s business enabling environment to boost private sector investment in select agribusiness value chains  Abuja – Under a new contract with Cultivating New Frontiers in Agriculture (CNFA), an international agricultural development organization, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) recently launched the new Feed the Future Nigeria Agribusiness Investment Activity. This activity aims ...
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U.S. Embassy Chargé d’Affaires David Young visits Sokoto State

During his trip to Sokoto on March 27, Chargé d’Affaires (CDA) David Young visited the American Corner in Sokoto, where he met with a group of 16 participants of U.S. exchange programs. The programs included the Kennedy Lugar Youth Exchange Students (KL-YES), the Pan-African Youth program, and the Young African Leadership Initiative (YALI – including ...
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U.S. Applauds Edo State’s Integrated Anti-Human Trafficking Framework

Benin City––U.S.  Chargé d’ Affaires David Young on Tuesday visited Edo State, where he met with government leaders, traditional rulers and civil society representatives with a view to understanding the socio-economic factors that perpetuate trafficking in persons in the state and the multi-faceted efforts being used to eradicate it. Speaking during a courtesy call on ...
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