D-8  Consultation re-energizes member countries’ commitment to health development

By Ndidichukwu Odoh …Says Political will apparent for achievement of Sustainable Development Goals In Abuja Nigeria, the Development-8 Organization for Economic Development- countries met on...

Tuberculosis: Nigeria to hold Scientific Conference in July

By Ndidichukwu Odoh International and national stakeholders working around Tuberculosis control, will converge at Nigeria’s International Conference Center on the 17th and 18th of July...

BHCPF: all funds will be accounted for-Nigerian Government

By Ndidichukwu Odoh The Nigerian Government on Thursday said it will ensure accountable and transparent utilization of Basic Health Care Provision Fund. Dr. Donald Meribole, Director...

Malaria Intervention Funding: 9 people die per hour in Nigeria

By Ndidichukwu Odoh Annually about 53 million cases of Malaria is recorded in Nigeria, 9 out of the people infected die every one hour, Nigeria’s...

How Nigerian Communities become open defecation free

  By Ndidichukwu Odoh Open defecation-shitting in the open- is linked to the cause of deaths among children under five years old.  In Nigeria only 11...

Sexual Reproductive Health Rights: Women Deliver launches multi-country research for youths to reduce marginalization

    By Ndidichukwu Odoh “Nothing about us without us” a youth reproductive health rights initiative have made huge progress as the Girl Effect, and the Government...

1 in 25 people globally have either one or more Sexually Transmitted Infections-WHO

By Ndidichukwu Odoh A research published in the bulletin of World Health Organization shows that in men and women aged 15–49 years, there were 127...

Women Deliver 2019: shortage of public data exposes the alarming impact of conflict on...

  By Ndidichukwu Odoh To help power progress, organizations at all levels have stepped up to document solutions and develop guidance for improving the health and...

Nigeria steers towards another deadly cholera outbreak

Overcrowded displacement camps coupled with a lack of basic sanitation facilities and hygiene will cause another cholera outbreak in northeast Nigeria if action is...

Half all Nigeria’s open defecation happens in the north central

By Ndidichukwu Odoh The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) says 53.9 percent of population practicing open defecation across the geopolitical zones of Nigeria are in...

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