More than five million children have had their schooling disrupted in 11 months of war between Russia and Ukraine.
For children to be able to read to learn, they must be able to learn to read in the first three years of schooling.
UNICEF says it has concluded plans to train health workers on effective service delivery to address acute malnutrition in Adamawa.
The United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) reports that the poorest countries benefit the least from public education funds.
According to the UN, nearly 25 million Nigerians are at risk of hunger between June and August this year if urgent action is not taken.
The cholera outbreak started on Thursday and has so far affected 10 villages that make up the Ekureku community.
Ekeureku is an agrarian community that could not provide potable water and lacked good health facilities.
The escalation has brought the number of children casualties – killed or injured to 11,000.
UNICEF says at least 245,300 children under five in Katsina State suffer from Severe Acute Malnutrition (SAM) and need immediate treatment.