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Nigeria Health Watch 2h
Got our mail? It's 3 days only to the webinar!!! We will be speaking with public and private sector stakeholders on ways to ensure quality maternal care for women now and in a post- world Don't snooze, register here:
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Nigeria Health Watch 3h
84% of people believe mental disorders are caused by drug abuse, 60% link such disorders to sickness of the mind & 54% to evil spirits. See highlights from the poll by & in this OP-ED by &
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Nigeria Health Watch 6h
is one of the greatest global shocks in decades. If Nigeria had been prepared for , how could it have reduced the impact on the economy? Join us as we discuss the economic impact of with tomorrow at 2pm!
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Nigeria Health Watch 8h
On this week's , and Agnes Udosen share how is tackling the challenge of alternative birth methods. A collaboration with , a database of maternal health interventions implemented in .
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NCDC 10h
DID YOU KNOW? When someone wearing a mask coughs or sneezes, droplets of saliva & mucus are trapped in the mask These droplets could be carrying infectious agents like the one that causes Please DO NOT SHARE or reuse a mask worn by someone else
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NCDC 20h
229 new cases of ; Lagos-90 Katsina-27 Imo-26 Kano-23 FCT-14 Plateau-12 Ogun-9 Delta-7 Borno-5 Rivers-5 Oyo-4 Gombe-3 Osun-2 Anambra-1 Bayelsa-1 8068 cases of in Nigeria Discharged: 2311 Deaths: 233
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Vivianne Ihekweazu May 25
Improved access to handwashing facilities beyond .This basic public health measure can save millions of lives.According to data from diarrheal diseases are one of the leading causes of premature deaths in .This is not acceptable
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NCDC 22h
continues to affect each one of us in different ways Follow for insight into the experiences of people across the country uniquely impacted by the pandemic
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Nigeria Health Watch May 25
Women did not stop because of ! How can women get access to quality maternal care? Join us Friday, 29 May 2020 for an uber-engaging conversation on catalysing accountability for maternal deaths in Lagos State. Register here:
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Ukwori Ejibe May 25
Please follow for stories of courage and strength in these trying times ... Read ’s story ... ‘Nigerians need to take responsibility. If you contract COVID-19, you can survive it, but the person who may contract it from you, may not’
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Nigeria Health Watch May 25
Today, the Director of Cheikh Oumar Seydi, joins the world to celebrate . He acknowledges the immense contributions of all frontline workers helping their fellow Africans to prevent and treat . Watch:
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Nigeria Health Watch May 25
Countries around the world have experienced an economic damage from the pandemic. On Wednesday will join us to discuss the economic impact of and why we need prioritise epidemic preparedness. Don’t miss it!
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Ifeanyi Nsofor May 25
With the pandemic, solidarity and collaboration have never been more important. This , Director of Cheikh Oumar Seydi thanks health workers across Africa for their tireless commitment to tackling . Watch his message:
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Nigeria Health Watch May 25
Dear Partner, Thank you for the work you are doing to help in this critical time. Kindly complete this survey by and to understand Nigerians' perceptions on the This will only a take few minutes👉
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Nigeria Health Watch May 25
“I was scared. I trembled. I felt like I was staring at right in the face. It was at that point that I wanted to quit and go back to my normal life...” -
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Nigeria Health Watch May 25
"Health is a human right. Nobody should be denied healthcare for any reason, and nobody should be pushed into poverty because they are trying to pay for healthcare of any kind". Watch 's Health Equity Talk here:
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Nigeria Health Watch May 25
"Health is a human right. Nobody should be denied healthcare for any reason, and nobody should be pushed into poverty because they are trying to pay for healthcare of any kind". Watch 's Health Equity Talk here:
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Nigeria Health Watch May 24
There is a need for rapid and widespread retraining of clinical health workers in infection prevention and control to protect themselves, and a very quick expansion of the workforce for surveillance to get ahead of the outbreak.
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Nigeria Health Watch May 24
One of the things that should be in place prior to an outbreak is at the least, funding. Epidemics destabilise systems, economies, processes and industries as we have seen with .
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Nigeria Health Watch May 24
We wish all Muslim ummah a blessed . As you celebrate, please ensure to and .
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