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MONTHLY eNEWS
December 2020
 
 
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HEAD OF PMC-NIGERIA WINS AMBASSADOR OF THE UNITED NATIONS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOAL AWARD

 
Ephraim Okon has dedicated to his life to improving life in Nigeria – both in his role at Population Media Center (PMC) and as a local leader and traditional title holder in his Clan in Akwa Ibom State. In recognition of his commitment to his community and the life-changing work he does, Okon has been awarded an Ambassador of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal Award (SDG Award).
 
 
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Together, we triumphed

 

What a year – we'll always remember 2020. A global pandemic that ravaged and changed lives around the globe. It was together – with our global teams, donors, and PMC community – that we pulled through. Logistically, we were required to reinvent some of how we work. In other ways, we continued to do what we do best – broadcasting powerful stories to change lives.

 

As PMCers all over the world have said in our celebratory year-end video: Together, we triumphed.

 
 
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