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Nasarawa adopts new health plan to improve maternal health

Nasarawa adopts new health plan to improve maternal health

By Asma’u Ahmad The Nasarawa State Government says it is adopting a new five-year health development plan to tackle maternal mortality and promote healthcare delivery services. The state Commissioner for Health, Dr Daniel Iya, made this known in Keffi at ...

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Group tells FG to support SDGs to logical conclusion

Group tells FG to support SDGs to logical conclusion

By Asma’u Ahmad The Afrihealth Optnet Association (AOA) has urged the Federal Government to fund and support the achievement of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). National Coordinator of AOA, Dr Uzodinma Adirieje, made the call in an interview with the newsmen ...

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Sokoto inaugurates 23 committees on health logistics

Sokoto inaugurates 23 committees on health logistics

By Asma’u Ahmad The Sokoto State Commissioner for Health, Dr Balarabe Kakale, has inaugurated 23 Local Government Logistics Management Coordinating Units (LMCU) for  proper transportation of healthcare items across the state. Dr Kakale said improving public health was collective responsibility ...

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UNICEF canvasses 4 weeks paid paternity leave in Nigeria

UNICEF canvasses 4 weeks paid paternity leave in Nigeria

By Asma’u Ahmad The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has recommended six months paid maternity leave and four weeks paid paternity leave to ensure healthy development of young children. UNICEF Representative in Nigeria, Mohammed Fall disclosed this at the National ...

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USAID donates medical equipment to Kogi

USAID donates medical equipment to Kogi

By Asma’u Ahmad The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) on Monday presented medical equipment worth about N30 million for 60 health facilities in Kogi state. State Team Leader for Maternal and Child Survival Program (MCSP), Dr Alobo Gabriel, ...

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Cholera kills 48 in Borno – MSF

Cholera kills 48 in Borno – MSF

By Asma’u Ahmad A humanitarian medical organisation, Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) said about 48 persons have died of cholera since the outbreak of the disease last month in Borno state. The organisation otherwise called Doctors without Borders, said that 2, ...

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