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At 25 ARFH has done so well – Osinowo

At 25 ARFH has done so well – Osinowo

Association of Reproductive and Family Health (ARFH) December 2014 celebrated 25 years of successful implementation of family planning programmes and improvement of Reproductive Health in Nigeria. Osinowo Kehinde its Director Programmes, told Ndidi Chukwu that the dream of the founders, ...

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My heart bleeds for SIERRA LEONE

My heart bleeds for SIERRA LEONE

“Merry Christmas to you all from an Ebola-stricken nation, Sierra Leone, we will be celebrating the Christmas in our homes following a state declaration barring public gathering and outdoor celebrations including visiting the beaches. A very dull Christmas for us ...

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Nigerian Nurse who died of Ebola gets posthumous award

Nigerian Nurse who died of Ebola gets posthumous award

By Ndidi Chukwu Nurse Justina Ejelonu has been posthumously awarded the Nurse-Heroine-of-the year award by Nursingworld Nigeria.  The late Justina Ejelonu was given the award at a family gathering where her parents received the award on her behalf. Speaking at ...

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Clinic Renovation boosts women access to Healthcare

Clinic Renovation boosts women access to Healthcare

By Ndidi Chukwu Increasing the number of women accessing healthcare in Nigeria has been a major priority for health Stakeholders in improving Maternal care. According 2013 National Demographic Health Survey, (NDHS), Nigeria’s maternal mortality rate is at 576 per 100, 000 ...

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Nigeria meets counterpart financing requirement

Nigeria meets counterpart financing requirement

Tunde Akpeji Nigeria has met its counterpart financing requirement for malaria as well as for a joint HIV-TB concept note as required by the terms of the new funding model (NFM) of Global Fund . The West African country is ...

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Cured of Ebola, Rebecca returns to cure others

Cured of Ebola, Rebecca returns to cure others

For many people, December 22 was the beginning of the holiday season. But for Rebeca Johnson, a Sierra Leone nurse who survived Ebola, it marked a return to work – and a new lease on life. “I will take the ...

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