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Ganduje Pledges Support For Universal Health Coverage In Kano

Ganduje Pledges Support For Universal Health Coverage In Kano

The Governor of Kano State, Abdullahi Ganduje on Tuesday pledged his unflinching support for the implementation of all health sector reforms towards achieving Universal Health Coverage (UHC) in the state.

SDGs: Buhari Speaks On Nigeria Commitment Towards Reducing Poverty

SDGs: Buhari Speaks On Nigeria Commitment Towards Reducing Poverty

President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday said one of the cardinal objectives of his administration is to reduce extreme poverty and hunger in the country.

2 Medical Doctors In Court For Gross Professional Negligence

2 Medical Doctors In Court For Gross Professional Negligence

Two Doctors with Federal Medical Centre in Asaba, Delta State on Monday appreared before the Medical and Council of Nigeria Tribunal over charges of gross professional negligence which led to the death of a pregnant woman.

WHO Reveals When Congo Will Introduce Second Vaccine To Tackle Ebola

WHO Reveals When Congo Will Introduce Second Vaccine To Tackle Ebola

Congo is set to introduce a second vaccine against Ebola from mid-October, according to the World Health Organisation (WHO) as the country continues to battle the second-worst outbreak of the disease in history.

Tanzania Not Sharing Information On Ebola, Says WHO

Tanzania Not Sharing Information On Ebola, Says WHO

The World Health Organization (WHO) said Tanzania has declined to provide detailed information on suspected Ebola cases in the country.

UNICEF Invests N1.3bn In Taraba

UNICEF Invests N1.3bn In Taraba

The Chief of Field Office, United Nations Children's Fund, originally known as the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF) Nigeria, Bauchi Field Office, Bhanu Pathak says the organisation has invested N1.3 billion to support Taraba State Government to deliver healthcare services.

Kebbi Records Massive Turnout Of Antenatal Services

Kebbi Records Massive Turnout Of Antenatal Services

The Facility Head of Dalijan Primary Healthcare Centre, Gwandu Local Government Area of Kebbi  State, Auwal Sani said the healthcare is recording massive turn out of pregnant women for antenatal care (ANC) services in the state.

Yellow Fever: Bauchi Records 23 Deaths

Yellow Fever: Bauchi Records 23 Deaths

The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) and the National Primary Healthcare Development Agency (NPHCDA) has revealed that no fewer than 23 persons have died of Yellow Fever since the outbreak in Alkaleri Local Government Area in Bauchi State.

NISA Calls On Nigerian Govt To Implement Comprehensive Healthcare

NISA Calls On Nigerian Govt To Implement Comprehensive Healthcare

The Nigeria Implementation Science Alliance (NISA) has called on the Nigerian government to implement a comprehensive health intervention that addresses all cases of communicable and noncommunicable diseases in the country, rather than focus on a selected few.

Healthcare: What Doctors’ Association Wants From Governors

Healthcare: What Doctors’ Association Wants From Governors

The National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD), North Central Caucus on Wednesday urged the Nigerian Governors Forum to give needed attention to quality healthcare delivery.

Nigeria’s Postgraduate Medical College Laments Exodus of Young Doctors

Nigeria’s Postgraduate Medical College Laments Exodus of Young Doctors

The National Postgraduate Medical College on Thursday in Abuja, admitted 477 convokes into the fellowship of the college.

FG Restates Healthcare Delivery Commitment

FG Restates Healthcare Delivery Commitment

The Federal Government has restated its commitment to providing healthcare service delivery, saying this remains a major priority of the President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration.

UNICEF, EU-MNCHN Improve Immunization To 84% In Kebbi

UNICEF, EU-MNCHN Improve Immunization To 84% In Kebbi

The Executive Secretary of Kebbi State Primary Health Care Development, Dr. Abubakar Kaoje said immunization coverage in the state has improved from 18 percent to 84 percent within May 2018 to June 2019.

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