'My Message Is Simple: Use The Toilet': Tackling Open Defecation In Nigeria
When Nasiru Ibrahim goes on patrol around his village, he’s not looking out for criminal activities, or the usual community problems. Instead, Ibrahim is making sure people in Yammawar Kafawa, in nort...
Normalised But Not Normal': Nigerian Women Call Out Gropers And Catcallers
Chiezugo Obii-Okpala knows that when she visits Yaba market in Lagos she’s going to be harassed. Whether she’s shopping for clothes or hurrying past the stalls that line the road to get on a bus, she...
Low Blood Pressure: Tackling The Donation Shortfall In Nigeria
She did everything she was supposed to during the pregnancy. Went for regular check-ups, got plenty of sleep, made sure she ate well, got a lot of exercise and did everything else they asked. Ifetayo...
I Thought Cancer Was A Disease For The Elderly': Tackling Nigeria's 80% Mortality Rate
After a long day’s work at a law firm in Nigeria’s capital, Abuja, 35-year-old Comfort Daniel returned to her apartment one cold evening in December 2014 and began to undress for a bath. She was halfw...