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G7 and Universal Health Coverage

G7 and Universal Health Coverage

“G7”, even though it is a closed prestigious club of the only 7 big economy nations, it is a tradition that some countries that are in the good books of the G7 nations are always invited to such meetings as ...

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How Brexit will affect African countries

How Brexit will affect African countries

By Haruna Gimba The short-term implications of Brexit for African economies will be mainly noticeable through market volatility and long-term implications subject to global agenda. According to Control Risks and NKC African Economics, the longer-term impacts on Africa from Brexit ...

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Bauchi embarks on massive healthcare centres rehabilitation

Bauchi embarks on massive healthcare centres rehabilitation

By Adi Angyu The Bauchi state Government will soon embark on construction and renovation of healthcare centers across the state, Governor Mohammed Abdullahi Abubakar said. He said the renovated health centres will reduce maternal and infant mortality rate and improve ...

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Bauchi commences statewide Pneumonia vaccination

Bauchi commences statewide Pneumonia vaccination

By Adi Angyu Bauchi State Primary Health Care Development Agency (BASPHCDA) has commenced state wide vaccination of children under-one year of age against pneumonia disease. Pneumonia an infection of the lungs is caused by bacteria which can sometimes lead to ...

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FG declares nutritional emergency in IDPs camps

FG declares nutritional emergency in IDPs camps

By Haruna Gimba The Federal Government through the Federal Ministry of Health, has declared a nutritional emergency in Borno state to meet the welfare needs of the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) camps in the Northeast. Health Reporters gathered that the ...

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