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Maternal, child mortality expert advocates collaboration

A humanitarian expert and an advocate of Universal Health Coverage, UHC, for people affected by armed conflict and other situations of violence in Borno State and other parts of the country, Dr. Audu Lucky has called on government, international humanitarian organisations, and the private sector to work with Primary Health Care (PHC) providers, towards addressing myriads of health-related issues.
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PCN strategises on maternal, child mortality rates reduction

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PCN Registrar Mr Elijah Mohammed By Felicia Imohimi Pharmacists Council of Nigeria (PCN) says it has developed a strategic plan to equip Community Pharmacists (CPs) as well as Patent and Proprietary Medicines Vendors (PPMVs) to reduce maternal and child mortality rates in Nigeria. Mr Elijah Mohammed, Registrar of the council disclosed this on

Mrs Buhari reaffirms commitment to reduce maternal, infant mortality

Mrs Buhari reaffirms commitment to reduce maternal, infant mortality

NAN The Wife of the President, Mrs Aisha Buhari, has reaffirmed her commitment and advocacy to reduce the negative effect of maternal and infant mortality in Nigeria. This is contained in a statement issued by her Director of Information, Mr Suleiman Haruna, on Wednesday in Abuja. The statement quoted Mrs Buhari, who was represented by […]
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Fight maternal mortality with education

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Minister of Health Prof. Isaac Adewole, By Felicia ImohimiHealth minister Isaac Adewole has unveiled hospital equipment donated by Coca-Cola Company to National Hospital and identified girls’ education as key to the fight against maternal mortality. Professor Adewole called for accelerated girls education in order to reduce maternal mortality rate in Nigeria. The minister

The anguish, pains of Osun women who travel distances to deliver dead babies

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For these women in Osun, pregnancy comes with a heavy burden of fear – whether or not they will live to carry their babies.  The poorly equipped community health centres
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