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|In Bagega, Zamfara, a Northwestern Village in Nigeria, hundreds of Children needs Lead Poisoning Screening after village remediation!|
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Hundreds of victims of the 2012 floods haven't been compensated from the funds promised by the federal government.
|Indigo Trust Funding|
This year alone, billions of Naira will be spent by various federal schools. We created a tool for you to follow how much will be spent
|We are presently been funded by Indigo Trust UK with a total amount of GBP9, 648|
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