Thought Leadership Series

Are HMOs needed in Nigeria? Public hearing scrutinizes their existence

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Last week, the House of Representatives Committee on Healthcare Services held a 2-day investigative public hearing aimed at achieving three key objectives: To investigate the…More

NCDC/NFELTP Conference 5th – 7th July 2017, Abuja: How training “disease detectives” can help Nigeria better prevent epidemics

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In the wake of the Ebola and Lassa Fever outbreaks in Nigeria and the larger West African region, the work of “public health disease detectives”…More

A mighty Iroko in the Nigerian health sector has fallen: A tribute to the late Dr. Babatunde Osotimehin

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“I shall not mourn you! Not at all. You were a blessing. Your footprints are large but your humanity much larger. First, I shall thank…More

Beyond the status quo: Using Impact Evaluation research to drive innovation and improve outcomes in health

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This week’s blog was co-written by the Development Impact Evaluation (DIME) team at the World Bank. Here they share their experience at a workshop in…More

New WHO DG: An African success story in leadership and accountability

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If we learnt anything from the recently concluded Health Watch Forum 2017, it is that the leadership of an organization matters as much as the…More

Paying it forward: What the health sector can learn from one alumni’s gift to their Nigerian alma mater

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Editor’s Note: A few weeks ago, we were delighted to hear about a donation of an electroencephalography machine (EEG) to the Neurology Unit at the…More

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