Alexander Chiejina and Emeka Oguanuo (Lead writers) Public-private integration holds immense potential to significantly build resilience and strengthen Nigeria’s healthcare system to…... View More
Nigeria Health Watch is a not-for-profit health communication and advocacy organization that seeks to advocate for better health for Nigerians. We work to actively engage and support the government in raising awareness and increasing knowledge on a wide range of health issues in Nigeria.
Why We Are The Best:
Community Health Monitoring
Social Media Engagement
Policy and Advocacy
By Safiya Shuaibu Isa According to the National Policy on Food and Nutrition (NPFN 2016), effective institutional coordination is required to ensure…... View More
Abara Erim and Sunday Oko (Lead Writers) “I consumed large amounts of garlic or sometimes ingested excessive vitamins to prevent infection. Others…... View More
Meet our Team
Nigeria Health Watch is a critical component of the work we do at the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control and Prevention towards protecting the health of Nigerians. NHW continues to amplify the work being done at NCDC as well as nationwide towards strengthening health security and advancing healthcare in Nigeria. We are grateful for our partnership and your continued advocacy for improved funding for epidemic preparedness and especially support towards risk communications during the COVID-19 pandemic.
I have had the honour of working with Nigeria Health Watch for over 5 years and have witnessed the exponential growth and reach of the platform. As a health leader and cancer advocate, I value the importance of accurate data and information. With Nigeria Health Watch, I am always assured of.
Nigeria Health Watch is a powerful voice for healthcare development in Africa. Through solutions-based journalism, creative storytelling, and policy advocacy, they continue to transform the way healthcare is reported, discussed, and perceived by everyone, particularly policymakers. The energy and professionalism they bring to projects are unmatched and I can attest that they have closed a longstanding gap in health communications in Nigeria.