Camron Aref-Adib is an economic adviser at the Nigerian Export Promotion Council (NEPC), Federal Ministry of Industry, Trade, and Investment (FMITI), Abuja, Nigeria, as part of the Overseas Development Institute (ODI) fellowship scheme.
Increases in gender-based violence during lockdowns, labelled the “shadow pandemic” by the UN, threaten the lives and livelihoods of women and girls in Africa’s largest economy.
Nigeria has long been facing a gender-based violence crisis, with 30% of women and girls aged 15-49 having experienced sexual abuse. Lack of coordination amongst key stakeholders and poor...
19 May 2020 | Jessica Caroline Young, Camron Aref-Adib
Africa’s most populous nation faces a greater challenge than most from COVID-19 with its government revenues decimated following the crash in oil prices.
As Africa’s largest economy with a population of close to 200 million, Nigeria is critical to the COVID-19 response in the region. One in five sub-Saharan Africans are Nigerians and the economic and social impacts of...
20 Apr 2020 | Camron Aref-Adib
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