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ENUGU — Enugu State has been recognized as the second highest performing state in Primary Healthcare Service Delivery in Nigeria for the years 2019-2021. Presenting the plaque award of recognition to the Executive Secretary, Enugu State Primary Healthcare Development Agency (ENSPHCDA), Dr. George Ugwu, on behalf of the state, Stanley Achonu, Country Director of One Campaign in Nigeria, commended the present administration for her excellent status of the primary healthcare system, especially in the rural...

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Special Report by Ebuka Onyekwelu The United States trained Anambra-born renal care specialist, Dr. Felicia Nene Chidolue, over the weekend hinted that she is working towards ensuring that in Anambra state, kidney transplants among other specialized renal care services will be available to those seeking them soonest. Dr. Chidolue has over two decades of experience and expertise in renal care in the US, where she has reached the pinnacle of her professional career in chronic...

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In its latest report, the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) has shown that the country has recorded 24 new cases of Monkeypox. Out of the 24 cases, Ondo State has five; Lagos and Kano, three each;  Abia, Adamawa,   Bayelsa, and Kwara, two each and Delta,   Anambra,  Gombe, Rivers, and Nasarawa., one each. The new positive cases bring to 157 persons that have contracted the disease between January 1 and July 31. Part of the report reads:  “From 1st January to 31st July 2022,...

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By Anastasia Mbabie and Handel Patrick (Staff Reporters)   In its efforts to eliminate malaria, the Anambra State Government in collaboration with the National Malaria Elimination Programme (NMEP), and Malaria Consortium (MC) with support from GiveWell Open Philanthropic funding is set to distribute 3.8 million insecticide-treated nets to residents, to reduce the scourge of malaria in the state. Speaking at the media orientation roundtable on the implementation of the Insecticide-Treated Net Campaign, in Awka, on...

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UNICEF Chief of Maiduguri Field Office, Mr. Samuel Sesay said several lactating mothers were educated by the development partners on the importance of breastfeeding a child up to six months after birth. Sesay disclosed this yesterday in Maiduguri, the state capital, marking the annual World Breastfeeding Week, added that UNICEF would continue to support the Borno State government and the entire Northeast to ensure that children survive and thrive. He said the United Nations Children...

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There are certain conclusions that do not require established punditry to make. In that case, a critical perusal by a keen watcher can suffice. Unequivocally linking the medical globetrotting by our leaders with the steady descent of our nation into the precipice of failure is one of such conclusions. One can actually make it without the fear of any contradiction because the nation is greeted with a new page of ominous handwriting every passing day...

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The Labour-Intensive Public Workfare (LIPW) implemented by Adamawa State Community and Social Development Agency, (ADCSDA) will engage 1,950 beneficiaries across the 21 local governments under the Nigerian COVID-19 Action Recovery and Economic Stimulus, (AN-CARES) Programme. The World Bank assisted programme which began with orientation and enrollment targeted youths and women whose ages are between 18-50 from vulnerable homes aimed to provide them with employment opportunities through the development and maintenance of local infrastructure that do not...

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To ensure cleanliness of the environment in Sabon Gari area of Fagge local government area of Kano state, troops of the 3 Brigade Nigerian Army led by the commander Brigadier General Sinyinah Nicodemus have cleared out refuse from drainages at Igbo Road. The gesture is to mark the Army Day celebrations and was part of the corporate social responsibility of the Nigerian Army to their host communities. The troops of the 3 Brigade, Nigerian Army...

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The Taraba AIDS Control Agency (TACA) has embarked on mass testing for the Human Immunodeficiency Virus, HIV, in the state. The Director-General of the agency, Dr. Garba Danjuma while speaking at a weekly review meeting held in Jalingo, the state capital,  said 2,156 persons tested across the 16 LGAs of the state last week with 77 persons positive. He revealed that the state has 36,396 persons who are currently victims of HIV and are also...

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The Pharmacists Council of Nigeria (PCN) said it has sealed 358 illegal premises in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) between Monday and Thursday this week. Pharmacist Ibrahim Babashehu Ahmed, Registrar of the Council who disclosed this yesterday while briefing newsmen in Abuja said 90 pharmacies and 268 patent medicine shops were sealed out of a total of 584 premises visited during the enforcement exercise. Ahmed added that four patent medicine vendors were arrested, stressing that...

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