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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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A closer look at 2017 Niger State Health Budget

A closer look at 2017 Niger State Health Budget

By Mary Jalingo The quality of healthcare services in the country is generally considered as being poor due to shortage of manpower even when Nigerians are among the best doctors and nurses in the world. In Nigeria, it is estimated ...

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AFTER ENLIGHTENMENT…THE LAUNDRY by John Minto

AFTER ENLIGHTENMENT…THE LAUNDRY by John Minto

Written by John Minto, Managing Director, Gede Foundation (jminto@gedefoundation.org) Although there are some serious questions to be asked about any international ‘targets’, there can be little doubt that the celebrations which greeted the inclusion of mental health into Sustainable Development ...

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Engaging NPHCDA Boss on 2016 Appropriation Act

Engaging NPHCDA Boss on 2016 Appropriation Act

Dr Ado J Muhammad The Executive Director National Primary Health Care Development Agency (NPHCDA) Dear Sir; Greetings and consider this intervention as a friendly advocacy in the spirit of collaboration and national development. Let me 1st begin by congratulating you ...

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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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