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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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The importance of partnerships in humanitarian response

The importance of partnerships in humanitarian response

By Momodu L. Kargbo Crises of all sorts, from conflicts to natural disasters to health emergencies, are happening at unprecedented rates around the world – so much so, that the United Nations is convening the first ever World Humanitarian Summit ...

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