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Nigeria’s air pollution efforts are centred around a National Action Plan to tackle short-lived climate pollutants, whose 22 key mitigation measures, if fully implemented, would reduce exposure to air pollution across Nigeria by 22 per cent in 2030 and save an estimated 7,000 people from premature death by air pollution-related diseases.

Nigeria’s ambitious National Action Plan to Reduce Short-Lived Climate Pollutants can deliver real health benefits to Nigerians through improved air quality, while helping Nigeria meet its international climate change commitment."

Dr. U. M. Ene-Obong, Director of Public health, Federal Ministry of Health