AWEP members blame poor business growth on bad Infrastructure.

The stumpy level of business growth in Nigeria, especially among the middle class is attributed to poor infrastructure as well as deprived access to information, despite the opportunities available locally and internationally.Stakeholders at the National Conference of the African Women Entrepreneurship Programme (AWEP) Wednesday in Abuja opined that inspite of the availability of funding opportunities in the country, small business owners have not been able to do well for the reasons of logistics and low…

"AWEP members blame poor business growth on bad Infrastructure."

Saving Mothers Improves Maternal Outcomes

APPROXIMATELY every two minutes, a woman dies during pregnancy or child birth. However, most of the causes of maternal deaths are highly preventable. In Zambia alone, there are an estimated 600,000 births, with about 2,600 maternal deaths and about 20,200 infant mortalities. According to the Saving Mothers, Giving Life website, maternal and newborn deaths are largely preventable and are indicative of inaccessible and poor-quality health care facilities, inadequacies of the health system, and low demand…

"Saving Mothers Improves Maternal Outcomes"