5 States Pledge Upscale of Reproductive Health of Urban Poor

The 60th National Council on Health has ended in Abeokuta, Ogun State with five State governments pledging to improve and enhance the reproductive health challenges of the poor in their urban centres. The governments of Ogun, Kano, Delta, Bauchi and Niger States made the decision when all signed letters of commitment with The Challenge Initiative…

“Sweet little creatures”

  “Children are beautifully likened to a picture of our past and a foresight to our future”. -Samuel Ayodeji Sometimes, it is at the bustling market square or in the busy streets. Wherever it might be, I always have the children on my mind. Right now, however, I am neither at the two earlier stipulated…

“Mental illness Increases in Northeast”

The years of alienation as Internally displaced persons, recurrent bombings and weakened health systems among others societal failings are already taking their toll on many people from the northeast part of the country. The health sector report on the Northeast Humanitarian Response for the month of November indicates that with the life time prevalence of mental…

Why pre-term babies Die-Disu

“No mother deserves to lose her unborn or newborn child even when such babies are born prematurely”. This was the consensus of stakeholders who came together in Lagos to mark the 2017 world prematurity day e as experts linked high death-rates of pre-term babies mostly to failure of pregnant women to attend antenatal clinics regularly.…

Finland told why it Must invest in Nigeria

Government of Finland has been assured that the present government have succeeded in creating formidable and enabling environment for all to do business in any part of the country. Minister of State for Health, Dr.Osagie Ehanire gave this assurance  when the delegation from Finland led by the Minister of Foreign Trade and Development of Finland, Kai…