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Fistula Care Plus

22 Aug 2017
The Federal government, through the Ministry of Health, has dispatched immediate directive to all teaching hospitals and Federal Medical Centre in the country, to wave off payment of surgery and laboratory fees for all fistula clients who present for treatment at the tertiary hospitals. The National Coordinator of Fistula Project, Federal Ministry of Health, Chief…
30 Jul 2017
The Federal Ministry of Health, in partnership with EngenderHealth, implementing partner of USAID Fistula Care Plus Project, and Osun State Government, recently had a fistula intervention repair programme at Wesley Guild Hospital Unit, Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospital Complex, Ile-Ife, Osun State. 

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