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Highlights of 2015 Assessment Report on Immunization

Highlights of 2015 Assessment Report on Immunization

Early November this year I participated in a telephone meeting where a brief on the 2015 assessment report of the Strategic Advisory Group of Experts on Immunization (SAGE) was shared. At that time the report wasn’t publically available. The meeting ...

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Examples of influence @ the national scene

Examples of influence @ the national scene

Last week as part of my 13th year’s anniversary of writing a weekly health column in the pages of Daily Trust Newspaper I commented about an example of ‘Impact’ story which we could attribute to what we were writing in ...

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13 Years of writing Weekly Health Column

13 Years of writing Weekly Health Column

This year in October, our weekly health column is 13 years old. As a tradition every year we dedicate the space to say few words of gratitude. This year I intend to share one example of ‘Impact’ story which we ...

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Nigeria & 2015 Progress Report 4 Accountability

Nigeria & 2015 Progress Report 4 Accountability

“What gets measured gets done—a mantra we believe in and will continue to repeat. The accountability agenda for women’s and children’s health emerged because ten years into the Millennium Development Goals (MDG), progress on women’s and children’s health was lagging ...

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PMB and ‘PTF’ model 4 Nigeria’s Health Sector

PMB and ‘PTF’ model 4 Nigeria’s Health Sector

Then he was called General Muhammadu Buhari (GMB), I asked him 2 questions related to health and development at an interactive meeting between him as an ANPP Presidential Candidate and Nigerians that gathered at a conference hall of Imperial College ...

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Final iERG Report and Accountability 4 Health

Final iERG Report and Accountability 4 Health

The fourth and final report from the independent Expert Review Group on Information and Accountability for Women’s and Children’s Health (iERG) has being released and shared widely around the time of the September 2015 United National General Assembly that signaled ...

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What the Senate may ask the Ministerial Nominees?

What the Senate may ask the Ministerial Nominees?

The long wait is over as President Muhammadu Buhari (PMB) had submitted the 1st list of the ministerial nominees to the senate for screening. The screening process will start soon to enable establishing a federal cabinet for the 2016 budget ...

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Global Strategy; a new paradigm

Global Strategy; a new paradigm

Saturday 26th September 2015 was another historic and memorable international day as we all gathered with bliss during the 70th United Nations General Assembly for the launch of the Global Strategy for Women’s, Children’s, and Adolescents 2.0 covering 2016 -2020. ...

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Good bye ‘MDGs’ and welcome ‘SDGs’

Good bye ‘MDGs’ and welcome ‘SDGs’

The last 15 years have being unprecedented all over the world with one clarion call ‘implement Millenniums Development Goals (MDGs) and achieve all its targets by 2015. Even pupils and students aren’t left out in this exciting struggle. 15 years ...

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