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The weather was very moderate, 27 Celsius as if in agreement with our vision. It was the Safe Cities street walk in my university. I was part of the over 40 students who were on the streets of our...
Mary Jay, Nigeria
Mrs. Rose Onuoha is a 48 years old widow, a mother of three children and sells Okpa (a local bean cake) at Life Camp junction, Kado Biko, a suburb in Abuja.   Rose says life has been...

ActionAid takes the opportunity of the 2014 Day of the African Child, which is entitled: ‘Child Friendly, Quality, Free and Compulsory Education for the African Child’ to express our committment to advance the issue of girls education vis-a-vis the current security challenges schools are experiencing due the activities of the Boko Haram insurgency in North East Nigeria.

ActionAid's response to the progress report from the African Union Panel on Illicit Financial Flows

Illicit financial flows and tax avoidance in Africa is ActionAid's  press briefing leading up to the African Union Finance Ministers Conference Abuja, Nigeria, 25-30 March, 2014.