Nigeria @ 60: Revitalising the Primary Healthcare system – A critical strategy to Universal Health Coverage
“Health and wellbeing” This has been the dictum of the Wellbeing Foundation Africa (WBFA) since inception, since the sudden preventable death of a young toddler in the arms of its President-Founder and Devex Global ‘health-for-all’ champion, H. E. Toyin Ojora Sarak
As the coronavirus pandemic spreads through Africa’s most populous country, a health foundation pushes for better access to water, sanitation and hygiene
Source: circle of blueOtun Adewale recounts the story of two doctors in a private hospital in Abuja, Nigeria. One who washes his hands after he is with a patient, the other who does not. One who contracts Covid-19 and one who does not.
238 new cases of #COVID19;92-Kano36-FCT30-Lagos16-Gombe10-Bauchi8-Delta6-Oyo5-Zamfara5-Sokoto4-Ondo4-Nasarawa3-Kwara3-Edo3-Ekiti3-Borno3-Yobe2-Adamawa1-Niger1-Imo1-Ebonyi1-Rivers1-Enugu
As at 11:50 pm 19th April, the breakdown of cases by state is:Lagos- 376FCT- 88Kano- 36Osun- 20Oyo- 16Edo- 15Ogun- 12Kwara- 9Katsina- 12Bauchi- 7Kaduna- 6Akwa Ibom- 9Delta- 4Ekiti- 3Ondo- 3