Free songs
Home / News (page 30)

Category Archives: News

Feed Subscription

Nurses to boycott duty shift over unpaid allowance

Nurses to boycott duty shift over unpaid allowance

By Asma’u Ahmad Nurses at the Jos University Teaching Hospital (JUTH), have voted to continue their boycott of shift duty over the non-payment of their allowances for three months. It was reported that the nurses commenced the boycott on March ...

Read More »

FOMWAN commends Niger state for increasing health budget

FOMWAN commends Niger state for increasing health budget

By Mary Jalingo The Federation of Muslim Women Association of Nigeria (FOMWAN) under the Partnership for Advocacy in Child and Family Health (PACFaH) project has commended the Niger state government’s effort by increasing the health budget from 8 per cent ...

Read More »

FG inaugurates committee on ‎$500m grant

FG inaugurates committee on ‎$500m grant

By Asma’u Ahmad The Federal Government has inaugurated a committee to supervise the $500 million grant disbursement to the 36 states of the federation and FCT to address maternal and child health challenges in the country. The Minister of Health, ...

Read More »

Jigawa sets up committee on healthcare delivery

Jigawa sets up committee on healthcare delivery

By Asma’u Ahmad The Jigawa State Government has inaugurated a 23-member working committee to fashion out ways of improving the quality of education and healthcare delivery in the state. Public Relations Officer, Office of the Head of the State Civil ...

Read More »

UN expert urges Namibia to invest in healthcare

UN expert urges Namibia to invest in healthcare

By Asma’u Ahmad A United Nations expert, Ms. Rosa Kornfeld, has urged Namibia Government to invest in healthcare as the projected growth rate for the older population in sub-Saharan Africa was faster than any other region. Ms. Kornfeld who stated ...

Read More »

Ogun, NDLEA inaugurate drug-free clubs in Secondary Schools

By Asma’u Ahmad The Ogun State Government in collaboration with National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has inaugurated Drug-Free Clubs in 10 secondary schools in the state. Director, Pharmaceutical Department, Ministry of Health, Mr. Olufemi Fafiolu, disclosed this at the ...

Read More »

Nigeria launches mobile phone health education

Nigeria launches mobile phone health education

By Haruna Gimba The Nigeria’s Federal Government has launched a programme to use mobile phones in informing pregnant women and breastfeeding mothers across the country about health and nutrition issues. The programme, ‘mNutrition,’ is using mobile technology to send text ...

Read More »
Scroll To Top