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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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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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Prof Adewole & Accountability in Health Sector

Prof Adewole & Accountability in Health Sector

The advocacy journey to convince our past and current Ministers of Health to establish a mechanism that will promote transparency and accountability in the health sector has being on for a while now. We have experienced hopes and hiccups but ...

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Universal Health Coverage; how realistic?

Universal Health Coverage; how realistic?

In every nook and corner of the just concluded 69th World Health Assembly in Geneva , be it civil society organizations’ led event or high level ministerial led events, universal health coverage (UHC) was at the center of discussions, presentations ...

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TREPONEMA PALLIDIUM; the Great Imitator

TREPONEMA PALLIDIUM; the Great Imitator

By Asmau Ahmad Staff writer and a microbiologist (asmeee@yahoo.com) Treponema pallidum a spirochete bacterium which looks like a spiral worm is nicknamed “the Great Imitator” because the clinical manifestations of late-stage are changeable and many of which look like symptoms ...

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