Thought Leadership Series

Where are the Men in the Family Planning Discourse? – #NaijaMen4FP


From inception, family planning interventions and responsibility for the uptake of family planning commodities has pre-dominantly been targeted at women. This seems logical, as women…More

SimEx: Fine-tuning Nigeria’s response to potential disease outbreaks


Editor’s Note: This week in Abuja the Federal Ministry of Health (FMOH) alongside the World Health Organisation (WHO), the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) and the National Primary Health Care…More

Keeping Nigerian Hospitals Infection-Free: Lagos team develops curriculum to train infection control specialists


Primum non nocere is a Latin phrase attributed to the ancient Greek Hippocrates that means, “First, to do no harm.” Non-maleficence is one of the most important…More

Lost in the Debate: Five questions no one is asking about the National Health Insurance Scheme in Nigeria


As the debate rages on regarding the return of the Executive Secretary of the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS), after his suspension by the Honourable…More

#FeedNaijaPikin: Moving the malnutrition movement from advocacy to action


Agwa; Eforiro; Acha; Ikire; Yalo; Anyara; Bitter leaf, Millet… the list is endless. No, this is not a cooking class and we are not about…More

Life and death: Why maintaining oxytocin quality standards can save women’s lives during childbirth


Every millennium has had unique challenges, and some challenges have carried on from one millennia to another. One of such challenges is maternal mortality. For…More

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