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Acceptable Minimum Threshold of Universal Access to Social Services for Women in Nigeria: A Review of Selected Issues in the National Gender Policy

  title={Acceptable Minimum Threshold of Universal Access to Social Services for Women in Nigeria: A Review of Selected Issues in the National Gender Policy},
  author={Chima Enworo and Vivian Chizoma Njemanze},
Efforts at guaranteeing gender equality and women’s empowerment in Nigeria reached its crescendo with the approval of the National Gender Policy (NGP) in 2006 by the Federal Executive Council, which came into effect in 2007. Objective 5 target (a) of the policy seeks to provide equal opportunities for women [and men] to enjoy and attain an acceptable minimum threshold of universal access to potable water and sanitation, electricity, transportation, and general security of life and property by… 



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  • Economics
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