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FG inaugurates Boards of tertiary health institutions

FG inaugurates Boards of tertiary health institutions

By Asma’u Ahmad The Federal Ministry of Health has inaugurated the Governing Boards and Councils of some tertiary health institutions, to strengthen the health sector. Speaking at the occasion, Minister of Health, Professor Isaac Adewole, urged the appointees to support ...

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Nigeria’s Meningitis cases decreasing – NCDC

Nigeria’s Meningitis cases decreasing – NCDC

By Asma’u Ahmad The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) says the number of new cases of suspected Cerebro Spinal Meningitis (CSM) is declining as outbreak control measures takes effect. The Communication Manager of NCDC, Dr Lawal Bakare, made this ...

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Health workers task governments on welfare

Health workers task governments on welfare

By Asma’u Ahmad Health Workers in the country have urged government at all levels to take seriously issues concerning the welfare of professionals in the sector, saying these were responsible for the crises in the sector. Speaking to newsmen, the ...

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Rampant Malaria ailments in IDPs Camps

Rampant Malaria ailments in IDPs Camps

By: Abdulmuminu Kolo, Department of Mass Communication University of Maiduguri. <abdulmuminumkolo@gmail.com> It has been like a tradition a day like today, 25th of every April, is a day set aside by the World Health Organization (WHO) under United Nations (UN) ...

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Niger vaccinates 2.5m under- five children against polio

Niger vaccinates 2.5m under- five children against polio

By Asma’u Ahmad The Niger State Primary Health Care Development Agency says it has successfully immunised 2.5 million children against polio across the 25 local government areas of the state. However, it warned that parents, who refused their children getting ...

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UNICEF donates Meningitis vaccines, N17m to Sokoto

UNICEF donates Meningitis vaccines, N17m to Sokoto

By Asma’u Ahmad The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has donated 850,000 doses of vaccines to Sokoto State government to tackle Cerebrospinal Meningitis in the state. UNICEF Chief of Sokoto Zonal Office, Mr. Mohammad Mohiuddin, made the disclosure on Wednesday ...

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Expert raises alarm over Vaccines storage, potency

Expert raises alarm over Vaccines storage, potency

By Asma’u Ahmad A Consultant Paediatrician with National Hospital, Abuja, Dr. Adekunle Otuneye, said on Wednesday that maintaining the potency of vaccines from transit to the end user remains a huge challenge in the country. Dr. Otuneye said this in ...

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Malaria Day: 92% cases occurs in Africa

Malaria Day: 92% cases occurs in Africa

By Haruna Gimba The African Union says the continent continues to bear the biggest burden of malaria with 90 per cent of cases in 2015 estimated at 212 million worldwide occurring in Africa. This was disclosed in a statement signed ...

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