Only 3 out of 774 LGAs in Nigeria is Open Defecation free – UNICEF

In Nigeria, only Obanliku and Yakur Local governments in Cross Rivers State as well as Dass Local government in Bauchi State are open defecation free out of 774 Local Governments in Nigeria, the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) has said.

How Drug makers Use Nigeria’s Population against its Citizens

As Africa’s largest economy, most highly populated country, and biggest consumer market, Nigeria has been hailed as the next frontier for pharma after South...

More infections suspected in Borno cholera outbreak

At least 889 cases are suspected to be cholera in the latest outbreak declared in Borno state, the United Nations coordinator for humanitarian affairs...

Doctors demand regulatory body reconstituted before Sep 30

The Nigerian Medical Association has demanded federal government to immediately re-constitute a council before September 30 for the Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria,...
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One attack on health care too many, says WHO

The United Nations secretary-general Tedros Ghebreyesus has called on world leaders to do more to protect people caught up in conflict. He’s also called for...

Nigeria cholera outbreak declines despite 16,000 cases

The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control has reported a “general decline” in the number of new cholera infections across the country. It said no cases...

Mum denies daughter cancer treatment

By Ndidi Chukwu A Non Governmental Organization, Global Initiative for Peace Love and Care has reported alleged refusal by mother of a two-year-old child access...

20 dangerous contraception that could kill you

Family planning has been recognised as a human right for 50 years this year. Yet safe and reliable forms of it are out of...

How delay worsened a meningitis outbreak that claimed 877 lives

Time delays worsened last year’s outbreak of cerebrospinal meningitis which killed 877 people across Zamfara, Sokoto and Yobe, the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control...

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