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UNFPA collaborates youths to achieve global agenda

UNFPA collaborates youths to achieve global agenda

By Asma’u Ahmad The Country Representative of the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), Dr Diane Keita, said the UN system in Nigeria would collaborate with youths to boost and improve the global agenda of sustainable development. She made this known ...

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Lassa fever: Edo Govt solicits FG assistance

Lassa fever: Edo Govt solicits FG assistance

By Asma’u Ahmad The Edo State Government has solicited for assistance from the Federal Government to tackle the increasing number of Lassa fever patients being admitted at the Irrua Specialist Teaching Hospital (ISTH) in the state. The state Deputy Governor, ...

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Kano approves N344m for Polio Immunization

Kano approves N344m for Polio Immunization

By Asma’u Ahmad The Kano State Government has approved N344 million as counterpart fund for the conduct of 2018 Polio Immunization in the state. The Commissioner for Information, Malam Muhammad Garba, made this known on Tuesday in Kano when he ...

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NAFDAC destroys N80m fake, expired drugs

NAFDAC destroys N80m fake, expired drugs

By Asma’u Ahmad The National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) has destroyed fake, expired and unwholesome products worth N80 million. Director-General of NAFDAC, Prof. Moji Adeyeye, destroyed the drugs at a site in Kuje, FCT-Abuja, on ...

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Kaduna Assembly passes Contributory Health Bill

Kaduna Assembly passes Contributory Health Bill

By Asma’u Ahmad The Kaduna State House Assembly on Tuesday passed into law the Contributory Health Management Authority Bill, meant to enhance access to affordable health services in the state. The passage of the bill followed the presentation of report ...

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Lassa fever death toll hits 31 in 15 states

Lassa fever death toll hits 31 in 15 states

By Asma’u Ahmad The Minister of Health, Professor Isaac Adewole, has said the current outbreak of Lassa fever has affected 15 states with 105 laboratory confirmed cases, three probable cases and 31 deaths. Adewole, who made this known at the ...

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JCI advocates campaign against discrimination over leprosy

JCI advocates campaign against discrimination over leprosy

By Asma’u Ahmad The Junior Chamber International (JCI) Nigeria, a Civil Society Organisation, has called for aggressive public awareness against discrimination of persons living with leprosy. Executive Vice President of JCI Nigeria, Mr Segun Aina, made the appeal in an ...

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