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It is so inspiring to be back in Namibia, to witness the progress made on HIV, and even more importantly to discuss with government, UN, development partners, civil society organisations and communities how we can address together the challenges still to overcome. I am so thankful to President Geingob, to the First Lady, and to all the agencies and communities who have hosted us. Namibia is key to winning the global struggle to end AIDS as a public health threat by 2030 – in two vital ways. Firstly, Namibia has shown what is possible, including by meeting key 2020 global HIV treatment targets ahead of schedule. Now, we are discussing together how we can build on that, including by speeding up progress on prevention of new infections and reaching all communities. Success in Namibia will inspire and inform success across Africa and beyond. Secondly, Namibia’s global leadership is encouraging bold international action, both as co-chair of the UNAIDS board and as cofacilitator, with Australia, of the High Level Meeting on HIV and AIDS coming in June. The world’s promise for 2030 is to end new HIV infections, discrimination, and AIDS-related deaths. We are hopeful that Members States will embrace ambitious targets for the next five years, and are calling on them to fully resource and efficiently implement them. We know how to end the AIDS epidemic. With Namibia’s leadership, we are working to galvanize the global will and action. It is such wonderful news that now 95% of people living with HIV in Namibia know their status, and that 90% of people diagnosed are on treatment, and that Namibia is on track to end new infections in infants. But leaders from government, UN agencies, development partners, civil society organisations and communities all reiterated to me some of the key challenges which remain. As the new global AIDS strategy highlights, inequalities continue to fan the spread of HIV in many parts of the world. COVID-19 has brought these inequalities to the forefront and exposed the fragility of the gains we have made. Ending AIDS requires ending inequalities. The face of HIV in Namibia, and across sub-Saharan Africa, is the face of an adolescent girl. The COVID crisis has exacerbated this, pushing millions more African girls out of school and increasing incidence of early pregnancy. That is why we are coming together in Education Plus, a high-level policy initiative, underpinned by a powerful rights-based campaign, for the policies and upscaled investments that will ensure school completion, through free quality secondary education for all girls and boys, and reinforce this with: violence-free environments, access to comprehensive sexuality education, the fulfilment of sexual and reproductive health and rights and access to services, and young women’s economic empowerment through school to work transitions. Together these will dramatically bring down new infections, empower girls, and strengthen economic development. Crucially, as the world discusses the challenges of the difficult fiscal situation exacerbated by COVID-19, will be the recognition that investments in health, education and empowerment are not unaffordable expenditures, but vital investments for recovery and national development. The COVID crisis is not a reason to step back but a reason to step up. Together, we must find the money to leave no one behind. Aid, debt cancellation, new progressive domestic revenue sources, and tackling illicit financial flows and tax avoidance, will all be key. None of this can be done by one UN agency, or one ministry, or one sector, working in a silo. As the President notes, it will only be possible harambee. It has been forty years since the first AIDS cases were reported, and twenty years since the historic United Nations General Assembly Special Session on AIDS. World leaders have promised to end AIDS in the next ten years. If we are bold, if we work as one, we can.Read More
This is to inform Prospective IJMB candidates (University Admission Seekers) that registration and enrollments of students for IJMB 2020/2021 session has fully commenced. TO REGISTER: You can visit De-Lois Educational services STUDY CENTRE behind NNPC Petrol Station opposite SHOPRITE at Toll-gate, Sango-ota, Ogun state to obtain your registration forms. OR Visit IJMB OFFICE in Allover Central Polytechnic, Lynson chemical avenue, off Idiroko road, Sango-ota, Ogun state. NOTE that registration forms can be obtained physically in any of the above campus centers or the apply button below.Read More
Students and applicants should note that there is a synergy of operations between De-Lois Educational services and IJMB CENTER in Allover Central Polytechnic, Sango-Ota, Ogun state. Whilst De-Lois Educational Services Center opposite Shoprite sango-ota, Ogun state serves as a feeder, annex office and or student sourcing campus sometimes for IJMB center in Allover polytechnic as deemed fit, there is no gap in the quality and value of knowledge acquired by students on the campuses. To an extent, lectures venue and hostel accommodation provision may be decisively provided to students in either of the two campuses. Kudos to the involved Programme Directors and coordinators for this great synergetic operational relationship.Read More
We congratulate all our IJMB 2019/2020 students for a successful completion of their final examination which commenced February 2020 and ended March 11th 2020. We pray that the Lord bless you with excellent results.Read More
De-Lois Educational services is in affiliation with FCE(T), Akoka Yaba Lagos, to run her Diploma courses. At De-Lois Educational services, you can run Diploma courses like Computer Science,Public Administration, Business Administration, Accounting, Media and Film Production, Cinematography, Office Technology e.t.c.. Lectures for these category of courses are scheduled for both week-days and week-ends. This is to allow all working class and adult category of students, as well as busy types to enjoy the six (6) month Diploma Programme conveniently which can also be used to further secure University Admission for Degree certificate.Read More
De-Lois Educational Services has additional classrooms to accommodate all of its programmes: A-LEVEL IJMB/JUPEB, DIPLOMA, INTERNATIONAL EXAMS & PROFESSIONAL CLASSES. The classrooms at the main office (Heal the world mission building) are executively set-up with air-conditioners to soothe all classes of applicants and provide great comfort to its students while learning. Whereas, the newly set-up classes at 1, Sobajo street are the additions for Diploma students, as well as, students for international examinations.Read More
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