UN to collaborate with Taraba government on food security, healthcare, and education

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Taraba’s Governor Agbu Kefas has reaffirmed his administration’s commitment to fostering an atmosphere that will allow foreign organizations to operate efficiently in the state.

The assurance was given over the weekend while he hosted Mathias Schmal, the UN Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator, in Jalingo, the state’s capital.

The governor claimed that the presence of foreigners in the state will benefit Tarabans and improve their quality of life.

He named a number of concerns that pose a threat to the state, including food security, access to high-quality healthcare, education, structural development, and climate change.

Despite the difficulties, Governor Agbu vowed that his administration would remain steadfast and committed to overcoming them, but he emphasized that doing so required cooperation and teamwork.

He said that the UN has a long history of offering crucial assistance to nations that are struggling, and that his government will give priority to programs that encourage agriculture, renewable energy, and resource management.

The UN Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator, Mathias Schmal, expressed the organization’s willingness and commitment to work with the government.

He added that establishing peace is a major goal of the United Nations and that the state has clear priorities that align with the global development agenda.

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