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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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Highlights of FP2020 2014-15 Progress Report

Highlights of FP2020 2014-15 Progress Report

It was Monica Kerrigan Senior Advisor in the FP2020 Secretariat hosted by United Nations Foundation that gave me a USB Flash Drive containing the FP2020 2014-15 Progress Report at a meeting that we both attended in Nairobi in November 2015 ...

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Health Implication of Violence against Women

Health Implication of Violence against Women

“For over 40 years that he is married to her, he has consistently with delight abusing her. She has experienced and still experiencing physical torture, public insult, harassment and disgrace. It has now become an addiction to him to engage ...

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Presidential New Year gift to Health Sector

Presidential New Year gift to Health Sector

My phone was inundated all day on Tuesday 22nd December 2015 with only one questions from majority of the callers “what is my take about President Buhari budget presentation to the joint house of assembly session as it relates to ...

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We Are in This Boat Together

We Are in This Boat Together

By Dr. Mustapha Kaloko Africa Union Commissioner for Social Affairs The Ebola crisis reminded us of something that should never elude humanity. We are all in this together; our human chain is only as strong as its weakest link. This principle ...

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Asmau Ahmad writes on Helicobacter Pylori

Asmau Ahmad writes on Helicobacter Pylori

Actually no one likes to be sick, but stomach ulcer is becoming a trend now in our society especially among our female folks. A little discomfort a person will feel, or maybe a heart burn from eating some kind of ...

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Scoring Africa on Health Budget Transparency

Scoring Africa on Health Budget Transparency

It happened in the evening at a detached wooden restaurant inside the Indian Ocean in Daresslam, Tanzania during the CABRI Financing Healthcare in Africa Conference that took place at Double Tree by Hilton Hotel on 30th November and 1st December ...

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GFF Country Platforms & Africa’s CSOs engagement

GFF Country Platforms & Africa’s CSOs engagement

The apprehension among civil societies is palpable across all the 10 Global Financing Facility (GFF) countries in Africa. From the 4 frontrunners countries (Kenya, Tanzania, Ethiopia and DRC) to the 2nd wave countries including Nigeria, Uganda, Cameroon, Mozambique, Liberia and ...

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