$110bn lost yearly to food related illnesses in low, middle income countries – World Bank

The World Bank in a new study has revealed that low and middle income countries across the world lose approximately $110 billion in productivity and medical expenses yearly, as a result of illnesses resulting from unsafe food. According to the report, the global epidemic of foodborne diseases is unequally distributed with countries within the low……

World Bank flays Nigeria’s health, education budget

  …ranks nation low at 152 in human capital index IMF backs CBN’s tight monetary stance   The World Bank has decried Nigeria’s budget for health and educational outcomes, describing them as “just far too low’ and “very, very poor’ respectively. The multilateral institutions boss, Jim Yong Kim, also said it was unfortunate that Nigeria,…