This is a story of how a fashion designer became a billionaire. It also speaks to the lack of transparency in Nigeria’s oil sector, one of the world’s largest.
Julia Simon talks about Nigeria's recent election.
Three Pulitzer Center-supported journalists make Women Deliver's list of favorite journalists who deliver for women and children.
In this episode of The Last Hunger Season film series, Leonida explains their decision to embark on a modern-day exodus.
A look at the intersection of morality, fertility and abortion: From mega-churches to store-front parishes, religion is big in Nigeria's biggest city.
In Nigeria, birth control is stigmatized, misunderstood, and inaccessible—especially for youth. Abortion is legal only when the life of a mother is endangered. But at least 760,000 occur every year.
From traffic jams to emergency rooms, Pulitzer Center grantee Allyn Gaestel discusses her reporting in Nigeria on the Writer's Voice with Anne Hersh, a weekly program on WIOX radio in New York.
Only 10 percent of married women in Nigeria use contraception, and almost a third face unwanted pregnancy.
In Nigeria's messy underground market, a new abortion pill is changing how women access abortions.
It will take more than clean water and medicine to change the mindset of some Nigerians toward America.
Members of Nigeria's Redeemed Christian Church of God, the fastest-growing church in Africa, want to make it to heaven—and they want to take you with them.
For those seeking help for infertility, the maternity clinic at Nigeria's biggest Pentecostal church offers a mix of modern medicine and divine intervention.