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UN Health Agency Identifies 5-year-old Congolese Boy As First Confirmed Case Of Ebola In Uganda

no responses. June 20, 2019 Modupe.aduloju

FG Debunks Ebola Virus Presence In Nigeria


FG Debunks Ebola Virus Presence In Nigeria

The Federal Government has described as false, the message circulating in the social media purporting a positive case of Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) in the Country. […]

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WHO LOGO

no responses. June 20, 2019 Modupe.aduloju

WHO Hails Egypt’s Support To 14 African Countries In Fight Against Hepatitis C


WHO Hails Egypt’s Support To 14 African Countries In Fight Against Hepatitis C

Egypt has announced that it would be providing hepatitis C testing and treatment for one million people in 14 African countries. Speaking at the opening of […]

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no responses. June 18, 2019 Modupe.aduloju

Billions Globally Lack ‘Water, Sanitation And Hygiene- New UN Report


Billions Globally Lack ‘Water, Sanitation And Hygiene- New UN Report

Some 2.2 billion people around the world do not have safely-managed drinking water, while 4.2 billion go without safe sanitation services and three billion lack basic […]

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NCDC, RKI Launch New Project To Strengthen Health Security In Nigeria

no responses. June 14, 2019 Modupe.aduloju

NCDC, RKI Launch New Project To Strengthen Health Security In Nigeria


NCDC, RKI Launch New Project To Strengthen Health Security In Nigeria

The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) and the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) have signed a joint declaration of intent, to mark the start of a […]

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World Blood Donor Day

no responses. June 14, 2019 Modupe.aduloju

Frequently Asked Questions/Answers On blood Donation


Frequently Asked Questions/Answers On blood Donation

What are the benefits of blood donation? Blood donation helps to stimulate the production of new blood cells. Excessive iron in the blood causes oxidation of […]

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UN Health Agency Identifies 5-year-old Congolese Boy As First Confirmed Case Of Ebola In Uganda

no responses. June 12, 2019 Modupe.aduloju

UN Health Agency Identifies 5-year-old Congolese Boy As First Confirmed Case Of Ebola In Uganda


UN Health Agency Identifies 5-year-old Congolese Boy As First Confirmed Case Of Ebola In Uganda

The World Health Organization (WHO) and Ministry of Health, confirmed on Tuesday the first case of the deadly Ebola virus in Uganda, stemming from the nearly […]

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Uganda Confirms First Ebola Case

no responses. June 12, 2019 Modupe.aduloju

Uganda Confirms First Ebola Case


Uganda Confirms First Ebola Case

A child in Uganda has tested positive for Ebola in the first cross-border case of the deadly virus since an outbreak started in neighboring Congo last […]

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UNFPA,NIDSG Train Stakeholders On Psycho-social Trauma Counselling

no responses. June 11, 2019 Modupe.aduloju

UNFPA,NIDSG Train Stakeholders In Psycho-social Trauma Counselling


UNFPA,NIDSG Train Stakeholders In Psycho-social Trauma Counselling

The UNFPA Nigeria Representative a.i.,Dr Eugene Kongnyuy says Gender Based violence, GBV cases across Nigeria revealed a high number of incidences of violence against women and […]

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FG Inaugurates Governing Boards Of 5 Health Professionals Regulatory Councils

no responses. June 4, 2019 Modupe.aduloju

FG Inaugurates Governing Boards Of 5 Health Professionals Regulatory Councils


FG Inaugurates Governing Boards Of 5 Health Professionals Regulatory Councils

The Federal Government has inaugurated the Governing Boards of five Health Professionals Regulatory Councils/Boards under the supervision of the Federal Ministry of Health. The boards are […]

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DR. CHIKWE IHEKWEAZU, CEO NIGERIA CENTRE FOR DISEASE CONTROL (NCDC)

no responses. June 2, 2019 Modupe.aduloju

NCDC Ends Emergency Phase Of 2019 Lassa Fever Outbreak


NCDC Ends Emergency Phase Of 2019 Lassa Fever Outbreak

The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC), the World Health Organisation in Nigeria (WHO Nigeria) and other partners, have announced the end of the emergency phase […]

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On Tuesday @MoetiTshidi and @CaroleLanteri signed a grant agreement respectively on behalf of @WHO and @GovMonaco to step up the fight against #malaria in the Sahel, where more than 374 million people are at risk of contracting the disease.

no responses. May 30, 2019 Modupe.aduloju

WHO, Principality Of Monaco Forge New Ties To End Malaria In Africa’s Sahel Region


WHO, Principality Of Monaco Forge New Ties To End Malaria In Africa’s Sahel Region

With 93% of all malaria deaths worldwide occurring in the African region, the Principality of Monaco and the World Health Organization (WHO) Regional Office for Africa […]

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Senior Special Assistant to the President on Sustainable Development Goals (SSAP-SDGs), Princess Adejoke Adefulire

no responses. May 30, 2019 Modupe.aduloju

Presidential Aide Urges Parents To Take Advantage Of School Feeding Programme


Presidential Aide Urges Parents To Take Advantage Of School Feeding Programme

The Senior Special Assistant to the President on Sustainable Development Goals (SSAP-SDGs), Princess Adejoke Adefulire has expressed optimism that Nigeria is on track to achieving the […]

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ADEWOLE handed over to the Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Health, @Fmohnigeria, Alhaji Abdulaziz Mashi Abduallai, in line with the directive of Mr. President @MBuhari. I wish the PSH well as he pilots the affairs of the ministry

no responses. May 29, 2019 Modupe.aduloju

Doctors,Nurses Lash Adewole As He Hands Over Health Ministry


Doctors,Nurses Lash Adewole As He Hands Over Health Ministry

As the Minister of Health,Professor Isaac Folorunsho Adewole finally hands over the ministry to the permanent Secretary,,Alhaji Abdulaziz Mashi Abdullahi,Doctors and Nurses have continued to lash […]

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no responses. May 28, 2019 Modupe.aduloju

WRAN Commends FG For First Tranche Disbursement Of BHCPF Fund


WRAN Commends FG For First Tranche Disbursement Of BHCPF Fund

White Ribbon Alliance Nigeria, Commends the Federal Government for the disbursement of N12.7b (25%) first tranche of Basic Health Care Provision BHCPF Fund. The White Ribbon […]

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HIV initiative ’prevention of mother-to-child transmission’ saves exposed infants in Nigeria

no responses. May 23, 2019 Modupe.aduloju

WHO To Re-establish National PMTCT, NTPP Treatment Programme In Nigeria


WHO To Re-establish National PMTCT, NTPP Treatment Programme In Nigeria

HIV initiative ’prevention of mother-to-child transmission’ saves exposed infants in Nigeria.-WHO The World Health Organization (WHO) in collaboration with other donors and partners, says its re-establishing […]

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Over 850,000 Nigerians Risk Mercury Poisoning In 12 States

no responses. May 23, 2019 Modupe.aduloju

Over 850,000 Nigerians Risk Mercury Poisoning In 12 States -WHO


Over 850,000 Nigerians Risk Mercury Poisoning In 12 States -WHO

Not less than 850,690 people are at risk of mercury poisoning in at least 12 Nigerian States, particularly Niger, Osun and Zamfara, artisanal and small-scale gold […]

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WHO Starts Rehabilitation Of 23 Health Facilities In Borno, Adamawa And Yobe States

no responses. May 23, 2019 Modupe.aduloju

WHO Starts Rehabilitation Of 23 Health Facilities In Borno, Adamawa And Yobe States


WHO Starts Rehabilitation Of 23 Health Facilities In Borno, Adamawa And Yobe States

Strengthening Healthcare System In North-east Nigeria – A priority For WHO As part of efforts to strengthen the weakened healthcare system in the north-east, the World […]

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no responses. May 17, 2019 Modupe.aduloju

EFCC Arrests Health Ministry Officials Over E-yellow Fever Card Racketeering


EFCC Arrests Health Ministry Officials Over E-yellow Fever Card Racketeering

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Benin Zonal Office, on Tuesday May 14, 2019 arrested four officials of Port Health Service of the Federal Ministry […]

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#Africa advances on goal of cervical #cancer elimination as first regional consultation ends.

no responses. May 15, 2019 Modupe.aduloju

WHO Member States, Academia, CSO’s Meet To Review Draft Global Cervical Cancer Elimination Strategy


WHO Member States, Academia, CSO’s Meet To Review Draft Global Cervical Cancer Elimination Strategy

The cervical cancer burden falls unequally on Africa, with 19 of the 20 most affected countries on this continent. The disease kills 311 000 women a […]

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STAKEHOLDERS ADVOCATE ROBUST COORDINATION TOWARDS HUMANITARIAN RESPONSE IN NORTH EAST

no responses. May 15, 2019 Modupe.aduloju

Stakeholders Seek Improved Health Humanitarian Response In North-east


Stakeholders Seek Improved Health Humanitarian Response In North-east

Following the continuous unrest in the North – East and other kinds of humanitarian emergencies across Nigeria, the Ministry of Health and Relevant Stakeholders held a […]

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