Thought Leadership Series

Nigeria: The long crawl to polio eradication - Op-Ed

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Editor’s Note: Today’s piece is an OpEd from renowned Virologist and Chair of Nigeria Expert Review Committee on Poliomyelitis Eradication and Routine Immunisation, Prof. Oyewale…More

Destination Universal Health Coverage: Can PPPs be the vehicle to get us there?

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The best stories of growth in Nigeria have been private sector driven – whether it is in telecommunications, financial services or in infrastructure. So, why…More

Mothers Lives Matter – A Call to Action to Catalyse Accountability for Maternal Deaths in Nigeria

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“In Rwanda, a combination of community-based health insurance, community health workers, and good external partnerships led to the steepest reductions in maternal mortality ever recorded.” — President…More

Fighting Fake Drugs Is Fighting For Universal Health Coverage: World Health Day 2019 – Op-Ed

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Editor’s Note: This week’s Op-Ed comes from Howard Catton, CEO of The International Council of Nurses (ICN). Ahead of World Health Day 2019, which is…More

It’s not Typhoid – Tackling misdiagnosis of Typhoid fever in Nigeria

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Editor’s Note: This week’s blog is a personal story from a Nigeria Health Watch team member, Patience Adejo. She writes about her experience being diagnosed…More

Is Nigeria ready to leave no one behind? World Water Day 2019

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Water is life Imagine… 10-year-old Funke kicks up dust as she makes her way out of the door to the stream. You can barely see…More

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