Adewole made the plan known in Abuja on Tuesday at the State Tuberculosis and HIV Programme Managers and stakeholders meeting
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The DG spoke on Saturday at the opening of a Steering Committee Meeting of the West African Medicines Regulatory Harmonisation Project at Swiss International D’Palms Hotel, Lagos, Nigeria
No fewer than 1.35 million people die on the roads each year, while road traffic injuries are now the leading cause of death among young people, the latest statistics from the World Health Organisation revealed.
Nigeria has an estimate of 1.3 million children who are critically disabled out of estimated 25 million people with disability, the Permanent Representative of Nigeria to the UN, Prof. Tijjani Bande, has said.
The Nigerian Medical Association has commended the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control over move to reduce the risk associated with cardiovascular diseases.
The global health organisation said this in a report: ‘Coming of age: Adolescent health’ to mark the World Mental Health Day commemorated on Wednesday.
Over three million people are reported to have died as a result of harmful use of alcohol in 2016, a report released by the World Health Organisation on Friday said.
According to the report covering all 183 UN Member countries, including Nigeria, around 56 million children under-five would also die between 2018 and 2030, while newborn babies account for half of the deaths
As of Friday morning, there have been more than 4,000 suspected cases, including 58 confirmed cases and 25 cholera-related deaths, WHO said
The World Health Organisation and the UN Children’s Fund confirmed on Friday, saying they have stepped up community-based efforts to tackle the Ebola disease in the eastern DRC
Some 9.6 million people will die of cancer in 2018, according to a report of the Global Cancer Statistics 2018 released on Wednesday by the International Agency for Research on Cancer.
According to a report“ The State of Food Insecurity and Nutrition in the World, put together by UNICEF, the World Health Organisation, the Food and Agriculture Organisation, the International Fund for Agricultural Development and the World…
The World Health Organisation says insufficient physical activity is a leading risk factor for non-communicable disease, negatively impacting mental health and overall quality of life.
The World Health Organisation has reaffirmed its commitment to combat Yellow fever in Nigeria with the support of GAVI, the Vaccine Alliance.
Chairmen of the 25 local government areas in Niger State have reneged on the World Health Organisation, WHO, agreement reached on the remittance of 15 per cent of their allocation to improve health services across the state.