The 2013 Commemoration of the SWoP and also the International Day of the Girl Child in Nigeria by UNFPA Country Office


Every day, 20,000 girls below age 18 give birth in developing countries. Nine in 10 of these births occur within marriage or a union. Girls under 15 account for 2 million of the annual total of 7.3 million new adolescent mothers each year. If current trends continue, the number of births to girls under 15 could rise to 3 million a year in 2030. The State of World Population 2013, published by UNFPA, the United Nations Population Fund, on October 30, 2013, highlights the main challenges of adolescent pregnancy and its serious impacts on girls' education, health and long-term employment opportunities. The report also shows what can be done to curb this trend and protect girls' human rights and well-being.


This happens to be on a Valentine's Day at Eko Lagos Hotel


Madam Sageer being interviewed on the retreat's outcome


It was the 2014 UNFPA CO retreat with MADIA TV interview of madam Representative


A clip of interview with Mr. Koffi Kouame with MADIA TV at Eko Hotel Lagos


Short musical clip of Nigeria @ 100 years


Nollywood actress, Stephanie Linus (Okereke)'s NGO's assistance to VVF patients.


UNFPA Executive Director represented the UN Secretary General at the 100 years of Nigeria's Amalgamation ceremony in Abuja- the speech


At the debriefing meeting with UNFPA CO staff in Abuja with Executive Director and the WACRO Regional Director at Gombe House- 28th Fe, 2014