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Dear New students, You are hereby informed that you can now tryin your user details as they were given during your admission. You will be able to access all our online recourses. Please inform all your colleagues about it. ........Read More

Jan/Feb 2020 Examinations Time Table

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Africa Population Institute (API) informs you that examinations for end of semester will begin at your Centre respectively in Jan/Feb 2020
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API Final Graduation List 2019

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Human Resource Handbook

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This book forcuses on fundamental issues related to employment law, employee benefits, employee relations compesation, selection and stuffing, performance management and appraisal,......Read more >>

Trainer of Trainees(ToT)

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This Hand book will help to understand training cycle and to enhance skills in designing, implementing, conducting and evaluating training courses Read more >>

Public Health Hand Book

This Hand book will equip knowlege on public health administrative systems, enviromental health concepts, principles of epidemiology and statistical methods for health science Read more >>

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The populations of Nigeria and Uganda were growing the fastest

UNPF's Executive Director Thoraya Obeid told the BBCUNPF's Executive Director Thoraya Obeid told the BBC that the annual figures showed the continent's population had doubled in the last 27 years. "Africa countries are all growing fast... because there is large number of women who have no access to planning their families," she said. The populations of Nigeria and Uganda were growing the fastest, she said. "It's an African phenomenon of a large growing population and a large percentage of young people in the population," she told the BBC's Network Africa programme. In its State of the World Report, the UNPF says the world's population currently stands at about 6.8 billion. Africa's population is estimated to reach 1.9 billion by 2050, it says. Source: BBC news



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