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Will revitalization of Primary Health Care lead to ‘BETTER HEALTH FOR ALL?’

President Muhammadu Buhari last week commissioned the newly revitalized Kuchigoro PHC. The event also served to flag off the start of the Primary Health Care Revitalization Programme, the flagship programme of the Minister of Health, Professor Isaac Adewole. This, according to Adewole, is the first step in achieving his short-term goal of revitalizing 110 PHCs […]

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President Muhammadu Buhari’s speech at the flag off of the Primary Health Care Revitalisation Programme and commissioning of the Kuchigoro Primary Health Care Centre, Abuja, 10th January 2017

President Muhammadu Buhari’s speech at the flag off of the Primary Health Care Revitalisation Programme and commissioning of the Kuchigoro Primary Health Care Centre as a model primary health care centre, in Abuja, 10th January 2017. I am delighted to be here at this occasion to personally flag off one of the cardinal programmes of […]

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As the Health Minister’s 10,000 PHC transformation agenda starts, we urge him to keep primary health care under ONE roof

We are in May. Later this month we will mark one year into the tenure of the Buhari administration, a quarter of its four-year mandate. Also in May, we anticipate the kick-off of the Minister’s promised “one newly functional” primary health centre per day. The appointment of Professor Isaac Adewole as Minister of Health was […]

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Health events worth attending: 2nd Clinical Trial Summit in Nigeria

The Association for Good Clinical Practice in Nigeria (AGCPN) and the National Agency for Food and Drug Association Control (NAFDAC) invite you to the 2nd Clinical Trial Summit holding 26-29 May 2014 in Lagos.  If you want to learn how to start clinical trials, how your facility can become a clinical trial site, how to write […]

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An evening with Agnes Binagwaho – Minister of Health of Rwanda

A few days ago, we attended the Annual Lecture organised by THE LANCET. The Editor is still the ever pleasant Richard Horton, who we met when we attended the lecture for the first time. At that time, The Lancet had invited Professor Adenike Grange to speak at the lecture series early in her short stint […]