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DEPRESSION AND HIV/AIDS – TIME TO ACT

DEPRESSION AND HIV/AIDS – TIME TO ACT

By John Minto, Managing Director, Gede Foundation In a growing number of countries (low, middle and high income), recent advances in the biomedical treatment of HIV-AIDS have been matched by a consideration of the prevalence and impact of co-morbid non-communicable ...

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President Jonathan wades into JOHESU Strike

President Jonathan wades into JOHESU Strike

By Ndidi Chukwu At last president Goodluck Ebele Jonathan has agreed to listen to striking Joint Health Workers Union, (JOHESU) who began its nationwide strike November last year. The Union Vice President Dr. Felix Fanyran told Health Reporters that the ...

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LUTH Resident Doctors demand payment of 2-month salaries

LUTH Resident Doctors demand payment of 2-month salaries

By Asmau Ahmad The Association of Resident Doctors, Lagos University Teaching Hospital chapter (ARD-LUTH), on Thursday called for the payment of their two months salaries by the hospital management. Dr Bankole Alagbe, the association’s Assistant General Secretary, made the appeal ...

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Striking Health Workers harass doctors in Abuja Hospital

Striking Health Workers harass doctors in Abuja Hospital

By Ndidi Chukwu Doctors in Abuja have the decried malicious attacks of its members by health workers. Doctors accused striking Joint Health Sector Union members of assaulting and harassing personnel on duty and also vandalizing hospital property. Staff at three hospitals, ...

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Group decries stigma against Leprosy Patients

Group decries stigma against Leprosy Patients

By Ndidi Chukwu The Leprosy Mission Nigeria has called for an end to inhumane treatment and lip service to enhance the rights of persons affected by leprosy and their families. It said the public still call leprosy patients “lepers” which ...

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5 lessons from Gates Foundation’s latest online campaign

5 lessons from Gates Foundation’s latest online campaign

By Claire Peracchio Getting the general public to care about international development isn’t easy, even for an institution as recognizable as the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. When Christine McNab, a global health communications consultant, approached the Gates Foundation with the idea ...

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