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CONSIDERATION OF REPORTS SUBMITTED BY STATES PARTIES UNDER ARTICLE 44 OF THE CONVENTION :CONVENTION ON THE RIGHTS OF THE CHILD : 3RD AND 4TH PERIODIC REPORT OF STATES PARTIES DUE IN 2008 : NIGERIA
CSO Civil Society Organization CWIQ Core Welfare Indicator Questionnaires CYPA Children & Young Persons Act CYPL Children and Young Persons Law DFID Department For International Development DPT Diphtheria, Pertussis and Tetanus DRF Debt Relief Fund ECOWAS Economic Community of West African States EFA Education For All EPI Expanded Programme on Immunization EPR Emergency Preparedness and Response CRC/C/NGA/3-4 GE.10-40066 5 FCT Federal Capital Territory FGM Female Genital Mutilation FMI & C Federal Ministry of Information and Communication FME Federal Ministry of Education FMF Federal Ministry of Finance FMOH Federal Ministry of Health FMWA & SD Federal Ministry of Women’s Affairs and Social Development FGN Federal Government of Nigeria FOS Federal Office of Statistics FRCN Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria GEP Girl-Child Education Programme GER Gross Enrolment Ratio HI Hearing Impaired HIV Human Immuno – Deficiency Virus HSS Health Sentinel Survey HSRP Health Sector Reform Programme HTP Harmful Traditional Practices IECD Integrated Early Childhood Development IDP Internally Displaced Persons ILO International Labor Organization IMCI Integrated Management of Childhood Illness IMNHC Integrated Maternal New-born and Child Health Strategy IMPAC Massive Promotion and Awareness Campaign IMPC Integrated Management of Pregnancy and Childbirth IMR Infant Mortality Rate IOM International Organization for Migration ITN Insecticide Treated Nets JAMB Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board LACA Local Government Action Committee on AIDS LEA Local Education Authority LGAs Local Government Areas LGCRIMC Local Government Child Rights Implementation and Monitoring Committee MDGs Millennium Development Goals MFCT Ministry of Federal Capital Territory MICS Multiple Indicators Clusters Survey CRC/C/NGA/3-4 6 GE.10-40066 MR Mentally Retarded NACA National Agency for the Control of AIDS NACCRAN National Council of Child Rights Advocates of Nigeria NACHIFEST National Children Festival Art and Culture NAFDAC National Agency for Food, Drugs and Administration Control NAPTIP National Agency for the Prohibition of Traffic in Persons NBS National Bureau of Statistics NCRIC National Child Rights Implementation Committee NDHS National Demographic Health Survey NDRP National Development Response Plan NEEDS National Economic Empowerment and Development Strategy NEMA National Emergency Management Agency NFE Non-Formal Education NER Net Enrollment Ratio NGO Non-Governmental Organization NHMIS National Health Management Information Systems NLSS Nigeria Living Standard Survey 2003/2004 NHRC National Human Rights Commission NPA National Plan of Action NPC National Planning Commission NPE National Policy on Education NPHCDA National Primary Health Care Development Agency NPI National Programme of Immunization NPopC National Population Commission NSAD Nigerian Sports Association for the Disabled NTI National Teachers Institute OAU Organization of African Unity OPV Oral Polio Vaccine ORS Oral Re-hydration Salt ORT Oral Re-hydration Therapy OVC Orphans and other Vulnerable Children PC Physically Challenged PHC Primary Health Care PLWHA People Living With HIV/AIDS PMTCT Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission (of HIV) PTF Petroleum Trust Fund CRC/C/NGA/3-4 GE.10-40066 7 RHS Recommended Home Solution SACA State Action Committee on AIDS SAGEN Strategy for Enhancement of Girls’ Education in Nigeria SCRIC State Child Rights Implementation Committee SD Standard Deviation SEEDs State Economic Empowerment and Development Strategy SEMA State Emergency Management Agency SEMC State Emergency Management Committee SNID Sub-National Immunization Days SCREAM Supporting Children’s Rights through Education, the Arts and the Media STDs Sexually Transmitted Diseases STUMEC Students Mentoring and Counselling SUPEB States Universal Primary Education Board TCRN Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria UN United Nations UNCRC United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child UNDP United Nations Development Programme UNFPA United Nations Fund for Population Activity UNICEF United Nations Children’s Fund VH Visually Handicapped VPD Vaccine Preventable Disease VVF Vesico-Vagina Fistula WASH Water, Sanitation and Hygiene WOFEE Women Fund For Economic Empowerment WHO World Health Organization WHOPES World Health Organization Pesticide Evaluation Scheme List of Tables Table 0.1 Population of Children by age groups (millions) Table 0.2 Infant and under-five mortality rates, MICS 3, Nigeria, 2007 Table 1.1 Composition of the Nigerian Children’s Parliament: 2004–2008 Table 1.2 Budgetary allocation and trends of federal Budgets in Relevant MDAs 2004–2008 in Naira (N) Table 1.3 Debt Relief Savings Allocations to MDAs 2006 Table 3.1 Child malnourishment percentage of under-five children who are severely or moderately undernourished, Nigeria, 2007 CRC/C/NGA/3-4 8 GE.10-40066 Table 3.2 Children sleeping under bed nets Table 3.3 Antibiotic treatment of pneumonia Table 3.4 Percentage of children with incidence of Diarrhoea in 2003 and 2006 Table 3.5 Immunization by background characteristics Table 5.1 Status of street children and where they live Table 5.2 Problems faced by street children Table 5.3 Reasons for street children not in school Table 5.4 Distribution of States by UNICEF Zonal Offices for the assessment Table 5.5 Types of Centres Table 5.6 Ownership of Centres Table 5.7 Number of children in institutional child care centres Table 5.8 Geographical spread of centres Table 5.9 Zonal distribution and ownership of orphanages Table 5.10 Zonal distribution and ownership of rehabilitation centres Table 5.11 Zonal distribution and ownership of remand homes Table 5.12 Percentage distribution of children separated from parents by sector and zones Table 5.13 Percentage distribution of children who are orphans by sector and zones Table 5.14 Categories of child abuse Table 5.15 Agencies and Organizations involved in rescue of victims – March 2006 Table 5.16 Agencies and Organizations involved in rescue of victims – December 2007 Table 6.1 Percentage breakdown of types of disability of children 0–14 years Table 6.2 Disability by age, literacy status and educational attainment Table 6.3 Number and percentage distribution of persons 6–24 with disability by educational attainment Table 6.4 Level of disability among population 0–17 by age and sex Table 6.5 Infant and under-five mortality rates in Nigeria, 2007 Table 6.6 Access to safe drinking water Table 6.7 Percentage of children aged 12–23 months currently vaccinated against childhood diseases Table 6.8 Percent of living children according to breastfeeding status at each age group, Nigeria, 2007 Table 6.9 Estimated U5 deaths prevented Table 6.10 Health Specific Debt Relief Fund (DRF) appropriation breakdown (2006) Table 7.1 Enrolment trends in NFE from 1999–2004 Table 7.2 Primary school completion rate (2006) CRC/C/NGA/3-4 GE.10-40066 9 Table 7.3 (a) Primary School Enrolment by Gender and Geo-political zones Table 7.3 (b) Secondary School Enrolment by Gender and Geo-political zones List of Figures Figure 0.1 Federal Republic of Nigeria: States and Zones Figure 1.1 Status of Passage of Child’s Rights Laws in Nigeria Figure 3.0 Estimated distribution of causes of under-five deaths Figure 3.1 Percentage of children aged 0–59 months who are undernourished, Nigeria 2007 Figure 3.2 Measles monthly trend – Dec. 2005–2006 Figure 3.3 Percentage of children 12–23 months who received immunizations by age 12 months, Nigeria 2007 Figure 5.1 Nigeria Projection of Orphans at National Level Figure 5.2 Survey States by Zones Figure 5.3 Gender distribution of children in orphanages by zones Figure 5.4 Gender distribution of residents in rehabilitation centres by zones Figure 5.5 Gender distributions of inmates in remand homes by zones Figure 5.6 Child Marriage Profile Figure 5.7 Number of rescued victims in shelters Figure 5.8 Age Range of victims Figure 5.9 Age Range of victims from inception to December, 2007 Figure 5.10 Victims rescued by gender Figure 5.11 Number of rescued victims from 2004–2007 Figure 5.12 Number of children rescued from different countries from inception to December, 2007 Figure 5.13 Trafficking routes updated by ILO LUTRENA Figure 6.1 Zonal Distribution of Special Schools for physically challenged children Figure 6.2 Estimated distribution if the causes of neonatal deaths Figure 6.3 Maternal mortality patterns Figure 6.4 HIV Prevalence – Country Situation (HSS 2005) CRC/C/NGA/3-4 10 GE.10-40066 Preface The Federal Republic of Nigeria in the last nine years of democratic governance has recorded significant increase in awareness and political will at all levels to recognize, respect and protect children’s rights.
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GUYANA : MINERAL EXPLORATION FOR PHOSPHATE, RARE EARTHS, BASE METALS AND GOLD : FINAL REPORT : PREPARED FOR THE GOVERNMENT OF GUYANA
They include oxides, hydrated oxides, and phosphates of iron, manganese, aluminium and rare earths such as haematite, goethite, limonite, gibbsite, psilomelane, cerianite, woehlerite, strengite, florencite, goyazite, gorceixite, crandallite and variscite.
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EUROPEAN AGREEMENT CONCERNING THE INTERNATIONAL CARRIAGE OF DANGEROUS GOODS BY ROAD (ADR) : DRAFT AMENDMENTS TO ANNEXES A AND B OF ADR : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
UNITED NATIONS E Economic and Social Council Distr. GENERAL ECE/TRANS/WP.15/186 13 February 2006 ENGLISH Original: ENGLISH AND FRENCH ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR EUROPE
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UNITED NATIONS
UNITED NATIONS CRC Convention on the Rights of the Child Distr. GENERAL CRC/C/125/Add.7 24 August 2005 ENGLISH Original: SPANISH COMMITTEE ON THE RIGHTS OF THE CHILD
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FCCC/SBSTA/2012
FCCC/SBSTA/2012/MISC.3 GE.12- 60790 Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice Thirty-sixth session Bonn, 14–25 May 2012 Item 6 of the provisional agenda Research and
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FERTILIZERS IN EAST AFRICA
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REPORT ON THE INDIVIDUAL REVIEW OF THE ANNUAL SUBMISSION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA SUBMITTED IN 2015
Since the 2015 submission, the use of the tier 2 methodology is clearly documented, including the source of AD I.3 2.A.2 Lime production – CO2 (60, 2013) Transparency Provide background information on the nature of the revisions made to quicklime and hydrate lime production data for 2007, 2008 and 2010 to estimate lime production emissions No longer relevant.
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REPORT OF THE OPEN-ENDED INTERGOVERNMENTAL WORKING GROUP ON A UNITED NATIONS DECLARATION ON THE RIGHTS OF PEASANTS AND OTHER PEOPLE WORKING IN RURAL AREAS : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
GE.18-11626(E)  Human Rights Council Thirty-ninth session 10–28 September 2018 Agenda item 5 Human rights bodies and mechanisms Report of the
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LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL :LETTER DATED 7 JULY 2015 FROM THE CO-CHAIRS OF THE AD HOC WORKING GROUP OF THE WHOLE ON THE REGULAR PROCESS FOR GLOBAL REPORTING AND ASSESSMENT OF THE STATE OF THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT, INCLUDING SOCIOECONOMIC ASPECTS ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY
United Nations A/70/112 General Assembly Distr.: General 22 July 2015 Original: English 15-09816 (E) 040815 *1509816* Seventieth session Item 80 (a) of the
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Revised: Jan/7/2022 18 f Grade 3 headache: Defined as significant; any use of prescription pain reliever or prevents daily activity. g Grade 3 chills: Defined as prevents daily activity and requires medical intervention. h Grade 3 nausea/vomiting: Defined as prevents daily activity; requires outpatient intravenous hydration. i Grade 3 fever: Defined as ≥39.0° – ≤40.0°C / ≥102.1° – ≤104.0°F. j Grade 4 fever: Defined as >40.0°C / >104.0°F. (...) Events and use of antipyretic or pain medication were collected in the electronic diary (e-diary). a Placebo was a saline solution. b Grade 3 pain and axillary swelling/tenderness: Defined as any use of prescription pain reliever; prevents daily activity. c Grade 3 swelling and erythema: Defined as >100 mm / >10 cm. d Grade 3 fatigue, myalgia, arthralgia: Defined as significant; prevents daily activity. e Grade 3 headache: Defined as significant; any use of prescription pain reliever or prevents daily activity. f Grade 3 chills: Defined as prevents daily activity and requires medical intervention. g Grade 3 nausea/vomiting: Defined as prevents daily activity; requires outpatient intravenous hydration. h Grade 4 nausea/vomiting: Defined as requires emergency room visit or hospitalization for hypotensive shock. i Grade 3 fever: Defined as ≥39.0° – ≤40.0°C / ≥102.1° – ≤104.0°F. j Grade 4 fever: Defined as >40.0°C / >104.0°F.
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