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Dr. Clement Lasuba

7 Jun 2019
World Health Organisation (WHO) has empowered 5,500 health workers with capacity building interventions in the insurgency-affected states of Borno, Adamawa and Yobe. According to the global health agency, the interventions are to address impact of current conflicts on healthcare delivery system in the region. This was disclosed in WHO’s Weekly Report released yesterday in Borno…

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