Vice President Yemi Osinbajo said the federal government will commence the disbursement of the BHCPF in August.
The BHCPF is a fund allocation to cater for the basic healthcare needs of all Nigerians. It means at least one per cent of the Consolidated Revenue Fund (CRF)
Every day, thousands of people become infected due to exposure through unsafe injection practices and insufficient information and tools for prevention
Abuja, 24 July 2018 - Recognizing the magnitude of rotavirus related diarrhea disease, the Federal Government, through the National Primary Health Care Development Agency (NPHCDA), is working with the World Health Organization (WHO) and partners to introduce the vaccine against rotavirus into the routine immunization schedule
‘’Nigeria has developed the new National Strategic Health Development Plan II which is a robust five year roadmap for the Nigeria Health Sector. It is geared towards the realization of our goal of increasing access, improving health outcomes and achieving universal health coverage’’.
The slogan now at the World Health Organisation headquarters is that we must prepare for Lassa fever, Ebola, Zika, HIV and disease X. “Where X is that disease
The weather in Madinah is very harsh and the temperatures are high, so pilgrims are at the risk of getting dehydrated. Therefore, they need plenty of water frequently and
“e-Surve is such a wonderful innovation. I can only imagine how much more accurate data I would have collected in a fast and effective manner if I had adopted this approach long time ago"- Dr. Nnamdi Lawal
Godwin Adama, the Consul General of Nigeria in South Africa, says about 5,000 Nigerian medical practitioners are contribution to the development of the health sector in South Africa.
Adama made this known in a statement issued by the Vice Consul, Information and Culture, David Abraham, made
About 65 per cent of Nigerians still lack proper access to healthcare services, while 70 per cent of the rural populace has no access at all to healthcare services in the country, according to World Health Organization (WHO).”
“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