Tree Planting in FCT Communities in Response to Climate Change, A Project Implemented by Action Aid Nigeria In Collaboration with Centre For Information and Development (CITAD)

Climate change is increasingly becoming a serious challenge to Nigeria’s socioeconomic development. Various manifestations of its impact are evident which include increase in drought, scarcity of food instigated by irregularities of rainfall and over flooding. The tree planting exercise was initiated by Actionaid Nigeria in collaboration with CITAD to address the problems of climate change…

16th Twitter Chat on the Impact of Covid19 Global Pandemic on the Management & Control of Other Deadly Diseases: Steps Health Care Facilities Can Take To Prevent & Control the Spread of Covi19 from Unidentified Patients to Other Patients via Health Providers

In continuation of its educative programs on Covid19 in Nigeria, the Centre for Information Technology and Development (CITAD) held a twitter chat on the 2nd of June, 2020. The guest was Dr. Abdullahi Lawal Kazaure who is a Medical Doctor, he discussed on the impact of COVID-19 Global Pandemic, the Management and Control of other deadly diseases: Steps…

13th Twitter Chat With Pharm Khalid Garba Muhammad, Lecturer with Department of Pharmaceutical Technology, BUK, Guest Lecturer at University of Charleston, USA, Intern with International Pharmaceutical Federation (IPF)

Date: 22 May, 2020.   The Centre for Information Technology and Development as part of its contribution to stop the spread of Covid-19 in the country  organized a Twitter chat on Friday to enlighten the general public about Covid-19 pandemic; safety measures, government and citizens’ efforts, giving recommendations to government and ensure citizens needs are…

15th Twitter Chat with Dr. Zainab Ibrahim Usman, Medical Doctor and Public Health Advocate Organized by CITAD

 Thursday, 28th May, 2020  Amidst lockdown ease by state governments, the Center for Information Technology and Development (CITAD) has on Thursday 28th May, 2020 Organized a twitter chat to determine whether the lockdown is a bless or a curse in Nigeria.  The chat is the 15th twitter chat in the series organized by the centre and has Dr. Zainab Ibrahim Usman, Medical Doctor and Public Health Advocate…

12th Twitter Chat With Kabiru Danladi Lawanti, Communication Lecturer With Department of Mass Communication, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria on the 20 May, 2020

The Centre for Information Technology and Development as part of its contribution to stop the spread of Covid19 in the country use to organize Twitter charts on every Tuesday and Thursday to enlighten the general public about Covid-19 pandemic; safety measures, government and citizens’ efforts, giving recommendations to government and ensure citizens needs are being…

14th Twitter Chart With Comrade Mukhtar Halilu Modibbo, Community Engagement Officer at Connected Development on the Need for CSO And Citizens to Monitor/Track Government Palliatives at their Respective Communities

Tuesday, 26th May, 2020 INTRODUCTION: In continuation of its enlightenment programs on Covid19 in Nigeria, the Centre for Information Technology and Development had on the 26th of May, 2020 hosted Mr. Mukhtar Halilu Modibbo of Connected Development and discussed on The Need for CSOs and Citizens to Monitor/Track Government Palliatives in Their Respective Communities. Mr.…

COVID-19: NGO Tasks Bauchi Govt on Regular Disinfection of Isolation Centres

The  Centre for Information Technology and Development (CITAD), an NGO has urged Bauchi government to disinfect isolation centres in the state regularly to check the spread of other infectious diseases. Malam Isah Garba, acting  Programme Coordinator of CITAD made the call in a statement issued on Wednesday in Bauchi. He decried the poor hygienic condition of the isolation centres…

COVID-19 Bauchi Lockdown Compliance and the Isolation Centres: The Need for Reciprocation and Review: Recommendations from CITAD Issued on 13th May, 2020

In its effort to fight the pandemic of COVID -19, the Bauchi government has recently announced a total lock down in three local governments of the state considered as major points of the spread of the virus. In assessing the level of citizens’ compliance of the said order, the level of compliance shown by the…