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Addis Meeting between Minister of Health and CSOs

Addis Meeting between Minister of Health and CSOs

One outcome of the Ministerial Conference on Immunization in Africa that took place February 24-25 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia was the meeting that took place between Nigeria’s Minister of Health Professor Isacc Adewole and Nigeria’s Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) under ...

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Global Fund and Increased Domestic Financing 4 Health

Global Fund and Increased Domestic Financing 4 Health

A side event was convened during the 3rd Finance for Development Conference that took place in Addis, Ethiopia by the Africa Union in collaboration with Global Fund, UNAIDS and UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network interacted with media on Tuesday, 14 ...

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CSOs declaration on Immunization in Africa

CSOs declaration on Immunization in Africa

Everybody is thrilled that the 1st ever Ministerial Conference on Immunization in Africa had taken place for the 1st time on February 24-25 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. It had the theme “Toward Universal Immunization Coverage as a cornerstone for health ...

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Our Health Issue isn’t in the 2016 Budget

Our Health Issue isn’t in the 2016 Budget

“Our Health Issue isn’t in the 2016 Budget”. This is what I hear either one on one or whenever Iam in the midst of health civil society organizations (CSOs) in Abuja. Everyone is talking and lamenting that their issue isn’t ...

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What we should know about Zika Virus

What we should know about Zika Virus

As the reader is going through this article today, the planned Monday 1st February meeting by WHO Director-General, Dr Margaret Chan had already taken place. It was a meeting of International Health Regulations Emergency Committee on Zika virus to ascertain ...

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Immunization; holding 6 Governors to account

Immunization; holding 6 Governors to account

“Delighted to have esteemed visitors including Mr Bill Gates and Alhaji Aliko Dangote. We are committed to reach 80% coverage of Immunization and to sustained delivery of quality and safe vaccines to our children. We are committed to be responsible ...

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