Segun AdebowaleOctober 7, 2016
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Henshaw decried the continued harm malaria causes in Nigerian homes as well as the ignorance and misinformation about fevers. She lamented the fact that citizens underplay malaria or describe it in endearing terms. Growing up, she recalls, “In those days, people spoke about malaria as if it belonged to them with expressions like ‘I have malaria,' ‘my malaria’ and ‘ordinary malaria.' Surprisingly, after many years, these terms are still common place among family members, colleagues, and friends, irrespective of class or level of education

NANApril 25, 2016
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6min0

As we commemorate World Malaria Day on April 25, we celebrate this success. The United States, as the world’s leading donor in global health, remains strongly committed to working with Nigeria and all our partners to intensify the efforts to free people from the tremendous burden of malaria

John EmmanuelSeptember 12, 2014
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President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan said Thursday in Abuja that the Federal Government is working to enhance medical services in the country by acquiring new technology and strengthening bilateral cooperation with countries like Cuba that have clear competence and expertise in the medical field.


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