JFC: Making case for managing internal displacement crisis in Nigeria

By sdnonline Nations of the world face one crisis or the other which have left many people to flee their homes. While some of these crises could be as a result of conflict, ethnic clash, terrorism, insurgencies, political and religion cconflict, others could be as a result of natural disasters like flooding, volcanic eruption, tsunami … Continue reading JFC: Making case for managing internal displacement crisis in Nigeria

British-Nigerian entrepreneur makes waves on black pound day

-By sdnonline- British-Nigerian, Shalom Lloyd is recognized and celebrated as United Kingdom (UK) kicks off ‘Black Pound Day’ for consumers to discover and support Black-owned businesses. With natural ingredients sourced from Nigeria, Pharmacist and entrepreneur, Shalom Lloyd, combines her professional knowledge and African heritage to create a natural skincare line that has developed into a … Continue reading British-Nigerian entrepreneur makes waves on black pound day

PLWDs urge Sanwo-Olu to institutionalise Disability Agency

-By sdnonline- People Living With Disabilities (PLWDs) in Lagos State have called on Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu to institutionalise and strengthen the state disability agency, LASODA. While felicitating with the Babajide Sanwo-Olu led administration's one year in office, the PLWDs also urged the government to restore the Disability Empowerment Fund. In a signed statement by Dr. … Continue reading PLWDs urge Sanwo-Olu to institutionalise Disability Agency

LOCKDOWN BLUES: SOME THINGS LEARNT AND NOT LEARNT

-By Sanmi Falobi These are indeed times of uncertainties as the Coronavirus pandemic rages on. When shall things normalise? Next month, in two months, six months? Some projections estimate that we shall continue to deal with the diversity of COVID-19 pandemic well into 2021. Suddenly, our year 2020 projections and goals are on ‘lockdown’ due … Continue reading LOCKDOWN BLUES: SOME THINGS LEARNT AND NOT LEARNT

COVID-19 coverage: Survey shows poor safety of journalists

By sdnonline Journalists covering the Covid-19 pandemic in Nigeria have said they lack sufficient protection and are not adequately catered for. The journalists disclosed this in a survey conducted by a group of media and civil society groups between April 27 and May  1,  2020 “to assess the support available to journalists for their safety … Continue reading COVID-19 coverage: Survey shows poor safety of journalists

COVID-19: Food that boosts immunity

-By SDNonline reporter- As the scourge of the coronavirus pandemic continues to ravage the world, and scientists are working to produce vaccines and drugs, experts have advised that people should focus on food that would boost their immune system to withstand the infection. At a webinar organized  by Ovie Brume Foundation, Youth Empowerment Foundation and … Continue reading COVID-19: Food that boosts immunity

COVID-19 Children Story Board

Though we are all affected by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the lockdown and resultant compulsory holiday mean different things to children. What are perspectives and the experience of the Coronavirus lockdown for the children? Here are some expressions and perspectives! Read on @ COVID-19 Children Story Board https://sdnonline.net/portfolio/story-board/

Staying Healthy During the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic

… Some basic nutritional guide -By Abimbola Mustapha, RD- At this crucial period of the spread of the coronavirus, public health measures and having good nutrition are required to slow the spread of the disease. Here are some basic nutritional guide to boost our immunity. PLAN YOUR MEALS. You can plan for a week about … Continue reading Staying Healthy During the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic