Thought Leadership Series

Nigerian Youth Suicides: A call for holistic reforms

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In May, Sahara Reporters in an article told the tragic story of a promising 400 level University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN) student Chukwuemeka Akachi, who…More

Empty Promises: The Bane of Health Sector Reform in Nigeria

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Editor’s Note: This week’s Op-Ed comes from Chiamaka P. Ojiako, a lawyer and health equity advocate. On this Democracy Day 2019, she writes about the…More

To the last mile – Can Nigerian states improve health access in rural areas through innovative finance mechanisms?

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Editor’s Note: This week’s Thought Leadership piece comes from Nigeria Health Watch Director of Finance and Administration, Christopher Nnaji. In the midst of discussions around…More

Dear President Buhari; Without Health, We have Nothing

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Dear President Buhari, congratulations on your election to a second term as president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. You are the second president to…More

The human cost of the lingering NHIS debacle

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Jocelyne Agbo still thinks about the death of little Aliyu. The questions keep recurring – “Did he die because his father didn’t do everything he…More

How perceived side effects of contraceptives hampers family planning in Nigeria

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Editor’s Note: This week’s blog comes from Nigeria Health Watch team member Dara Ajala-Damisa. She writes about choosing a family planning method as a young…More

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