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NAFDAC impounds N15m sex drugs in Taraba

NAFDAC impounds N15m sex drugs in Taraba

By Asmau Ahmad The National Agency for Food and Drugs Administration and Control (NAFDAC) has impounded unregistered and sex enhancement drugs worth N15 million in a recent operations in Gembu, Taraba state. Health Reporters gathered that the drugs impounded by ...

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Bill Gates warns against reducing funds to fight AIDS

Bill Gates warns against reducing funds to fight AIDS

By Asmau Ahmad The Founder of Microsoft, Bill Gates, has warned against reducing funds to combat AIDS and urged the international community to mobilise more resources for HIV prevention, treatment and research. Mr. Gates stated this in Durban, South Africa ...

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BACATMA donates insecticide nets, drugs to Bauchi

BACATMA donates insecticide nets, drugs to Bauchi

By Adi Angyu The Bauchi State Agency for the Control of AIDS, Tuberculosis, Leprosy and Malaria (BACATMA) has donated HIV/AIDS and malaria consumables to the State Primary Health Care Development Agency (BASPHCDA), in support of newborn and child health programmes ...

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African First Ladies pledge $13b support to combat HIV/AIDS

African First Ladies pledge $13b support to combat HIV/AIDS

By Asmau Ahmad The Organisation of African First Ladies against HIV/AIDS (OAFLA) has pledged to advocate support for the Global Fund’s campaign to mobilise $13 billion for the fifth replenishment for HIV/AIDS by September 2016. According to a communiqué issued ...

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Jigawa treats 30,000 malnourished children in 6 months

Jigawa treats 30,000 malnourished children in 6 months

By Asmau Ahmad Jigawa state Government said it has treated 30,141 severely malnourished children in 12 local government areas of the state between January and June this year. The State Deputy Nutrition Officer, Malam Saidu Adamu, disclosed this at a ...

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2016 Budget; Immunization versus Capital Expenditure

2016 Budget; Immunization versus Capital Expenditure

I could feel the tension in the departure lobby of Aminu Kano International Airport while awaiting our domestic flight to Abuja, I found myself in the midst of many senior colleagues working in federal tertiary institutions including teaching hospitals and ...

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