The Humanitarian Needs Overview (HNO) process for 2019 has started which supports humanitarian partners in developing a shared understanding of the impact and evolution of a crisis. The HNO presents a comprehensive analysis of the overall situation and associated needs and informs response planning.
“Zipline services will complement Lagos State’s medical supply chain by responding in minutes to request for cold chain products, unexpected stock outs and emergencies’ Mr. Hakeem Fahm
Worried by the high rate of failure by foreign trained medical students in the assessment examination conducted by the Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria (MDCN), the federal government has directed the council to investigate the phenomenon.
It asked the MDCN to investigate some of the
Dr Wale Alabi, the Project Director, Nigerian Healthcare Excellence Award (NHEA), has urged government at all levels to encourage private sector to drive the healthcare services in Nigeria.
Alabi spoke at the Nigerian Healthcare Excellence Award 2018 organised by the Global Health Projects and Resources in
Nigeria ranks among countries with lower obesity prevalence but has the highest rates of growth in overweight and obese adults.
Global Alliance for Vaccines Initiative (GAVI), has extended its funding support for immunization in Nigeria until 2028.
The decision which followed a plea by the Nigerian government will see the body, which is the largest global coalition of the public and private sector in the health
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Lanre Tejuosho, Senate Committee Chairman on Health, will today (Monday) join other political and development partners to launch the ‘FundNaijaHealth’, a health budget performance campaign organised by MamaYe-Evidence for Action.
Senator Tejuosho is to deliver the keynote address on Budget Implementation
The International Federation of Fertility Societies, IFFS in collaboration with Association for Fertility and Reproductive Health, AFRH have concluded plans to strengthen the skills of specialists in area of assisted reproductive technology, ART in Nigeria.
He noted that availability of the technology in Nigeria and Sub-Saharan
A group of medical doctors has launched a mobile app aimed at reducing patient-waiting time in Nigerian hospitals.
Patients in public hospitals in the country spend an average of two hours before they are attended to by a doctor, according to a report.
The app, known as