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For over a month, health workers across Nigeria have been on strike and one of worst affected groups are pregnant women. Dr. Vickie reports… According to the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), antenatal care can help women to prepare for delivery and understand warning signs during

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PEOPLE living with HIV/AIDS, and 11 other groups weekend in Abuja, petitioned the Minister of Health, Isaac Adewole and his Labour and Employment counterpart, Senator Chris Ngige raising alarm that the ongoing health workers strike was worsening their situations They threatened to hold both Ministers

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With a current survey showing that only 36 per cent of Nigerians believe their health needs are met by the current healthcare system, experts have identified technology as a major tool to driving Universal Health coverage in Nigeria. According to the survey conducted by Royal Philips,

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Nigeria lost two spots to speak at the ongoing 71st World Health Assembly in Geneva in two straight days—a loss blamed on the ongoing strike by health workers. Health minister Isaac Adewole was listed, alongside Sanchia Aranda, president of the Union for International Cancer Control, to

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The Chairman of the Joint Health Sector Unions (JOHESU) and National President of the Medical and Health Workers Union of Nigeria (MHWUN), Comrade Joy Josiah Biobelemoye, speaks with SOJI-EZE FAGBEMI, on the perennial crisis in health sector, the on-going nationwide strike by the workers and

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Minister of Health, Issac Adewole, has directed chief medical directors and medical directors of tertiary hospitals to commence the process of documenting staff as they return to work and update the Ministry accordingly.   The minister made this known in a statement issued by Boade Akinola, Director

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Abuja — Airport facilities and medical structures that served Nigeria in the aftermath of the 2014 Ebola virus disease outbreak are being reactivated as the country tries to be on the alert for possible recurrence following the confirmation of several EVD cases in the Democratic

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