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LAPO rewards 468 employees A total of 468 employees of LAPO Microfinance Bank were rewarded for their dedication to duty at the annual Long Service and Meritorious Award ceremony held at the weekend in Benin, Edo State. This year, employees who have completed 10-30 years of continuous service across the LAPO ecosystem were honoured. About Read More

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IWD: LAPO awards six outstanding women for leadership skill   Six women on Tuesday bagged the LAPO Outstanding Women Leadership Award at a ceremony held in Benin, Edo State. The awardees who were adjudged to have done well in business, professional and agriculture are Mary Ike-Chukwu, Martina Onah, Nwanta Nwakaego, Hajia Amina Mohammed, Olamide Akinnayajo Read More

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LAPO spends N300m on cancer programme in 7yrs   Lift Above Poverty Organization (LAPO) says it spent over N300 million on sensitization, prevention, screening, referral, mitigation and treatment of cancer between 2016 and 2021. Honestus Obadiora, the executive director of the organization said the programme was undertaken by the LAPO Community Campaign for Cancer Control Read More

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LAPO commits N19.9bn to agric investments in 2021   The management of Lift Above Poverty Organization (LAPO), says it committed the sum of N19.9billion to boost agricultural investment of clients through the LAPO Rural Development Initiative (LARDI) in the 2021 financial year. Honestus Obadiora, the executive director of the organization disclosed this in Benin City Read More

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Cancer not death sentence, says Jonathan   …Seeks homegrown solution to Nigeria’s cancer scourge Former President Goodluck Jonathan on Tuesday counseled victims of cancer in Nigeria not to see the disease as a death sentence but rather embrace early medical solutions to overcome it. Jonathan, who said this while speaking at the 28th Annual Lift Read More

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Former President Jonathan advocates more stakeholders’ support in fight against cancer   Former President Goodluck Jonathan has emphasized the need to give National Cancer Control Plan (NCCP 2018-2022) a strong backing to defeat the effect of Cancer in Nigeria. Lift Above Poverty Organisation, tagged, “Promoting Community based Cancer Control Programme in Nigeria: LAPO-C4 INITIATIVE”. According Read More

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Ex-President Jonathan advocates more support in fight against cancer   Former President Goodluck Jonathan has emphasised the need to give National Cancer Control Plan (NCCP 2018 – 2022) a strong backing to defeat the effect of Cancer in Nigeria. Jonathan made the call at an event organised by Lift Above Poverty Organisation, tagged, ‘Promoting Community based Cancer Read More

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  Jonathan Canvasses Grassroots Approach To Cancer Control   Former President Goodluck Jonathan has said a collaborative and community-based healthcare system will help to control the spread of cancer and improve the health sector of Nigeria. Jonathan made this known at the 28th Annual Lift Above Poverty Organisation (LAPO) Development forum, with the theme, “Promoting Read More

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Jonathan, others seek homegrown solution to cancer   Former President Goodluck Jonathan has called for homegrown solution to cancer in Nigeria to ensure the nation makes significant progress in management and treatment of the disease. He disclosed this in Abuja, yesterday, during the 28th Annual LAPO Development Forum, packaged by Lift Above Poverty Organisation (LAPO), Read More

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Jonathan to speak at Lift Above Poverty event in Abuja   Prof Adeleye, Dr Ehanire, others to speak on health and poverty Former president, Goodluck Jonathan, who just bagged global status as a world diplomat and peace ambassador, will make a rare presence in Abuja to speak to Nigerians on fighting poverty through health schemes. Read More

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