Health

WHO To Build Capacity Of Health Professionals On The Integration Of Oral Cholera Vaccine

The World Health Organization has concluded arrangements for a hybrid training for health professionals in Abuja The training slated for 25 to 29 April, 2022 emphasizes...

WTB Day: Low Notification Of Child TB Cases A Drawback To Steady Improvements – FG

The low notification of child Tuberculosis cases is a worrying development which poses a serious threat to efforts geared towards containing the menace of TB in Nigeria....

Project Pink Blue Earns Recognition For Cancer Care In Nigeria

The untiring efforts of Runcie C.W. Chidebe, founder of Project PINK BLUE in reducing the incidence, morbidity and mortality of cancer and to improve the quality of life...

TB Partners Decry Low Levels Of Funding For TB Response In Nigeria

Preparatory to the 2022 World Tuberculosis Day Celebration, TB partners in Nigeria have highlighted the need to step up the funding for the Tuberculosis response in the...

Women, Girls more vulnerable to changing Climate Conditions – WHO

The World Health Organisation’s Regional Director for Africa, Matshidiso Moeti has revealed that women and girls are more at risk of direct and indirect health...

International Women’s Day 2022: NACA urges protection of Women at risk of HIV

The National Agency for the Control of AIDS has called for more efforts to reduce the gender inequality and violence that women and girls face in the country,...

Federal Government urges Nigerians to stop medical tourism

The Federal Government has advised Nigerians to seek information on the treatment of some diseases locally before thinking of going abroad. The Minister of State for...

Project Pink Blue Seeks Institutionalization Of Cancer Treatment In Nigeria

Wth no fewer than Seventy Thousand Nigerians reportedly dying from cancer-related deaths yearly, a Non-Governmental Organisation, Project Pink Blue is advocating for the...

COVID 19: WHO, Commonwealth advocate easy access to Jabs for Small States

The World Health Organization and the Commonwealth of Nations have issued a joint plea for vulnerable small states to get better access to Covid jabs to help revive...

Lassa fever: NCDC records 40 deaths in four weeks

In the past four weeks, 40 people have died of Lassa fever related complications. The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) disclosed this in its latest situation...