The Federal Government is to reform and reposition the Nigerian health sector in order to deliver quality healthcare services to Nigerians.
Minister of Health, Prof Ali Mohammed Pate has promised to work with his team to ensure that the Renewed Hope Agenda of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu-led administration begins to touch the lives of people through multiple instruments within the disposal of the federal government.
.Inaugurates advisory council for foundation .Awolowo, Akande, Olanipekun, others named ODU'A Investment Company Limited (OICL), yesterday, officially launched the Odu'a Investment Foundation (OIF) and inaugurated its Advisory Council. The group, while making the announcement in Lagos, said it acknowledges the fact that there is a universal correlation between business performance and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)…
Sir: Many people experience dietary and health difficulties. Probably because of their ages and past lifestyle, they become afflicted with ailments that require them to avoid certain meals and to take certain medications.
Stakeholders in the South East has demanded a state of emergency in the health sector as well as chief executive officers of states paying special attention to the sector
Doctors, under the aegis of Nigerian Association of Resident Doctors (NARD), have called on the Federal Government to cushion effect of fuel subsidy removal on poor Nigerians.
South East Coordinator of Nigeria Union of Allied Health Professionals (NUAP), Charles Nwoye, has blamed the Federal Government for worsening health condition of Nigerians and poor rating of the health sector globally, lamenting that people are suffering greatly.
Senate panel Chair urges incoming administration to allocate 10 percent of National budget to health sector
within first budgetary year As NASS pledges to ensure transmission of Public Health Emergency Bill to President Buhari for assent The Chairman Senate Committee on Health, Senator Ibrahim Oloriegbe has called on the incoming government to increase the health budget to a minimum of 10 percent within the first year of budget and upgrade it…
Federal Government has urged states to lift embargo on employment of health workers to address manpower shortage in primary healthcare facilities across rural communities.
The Federal Government, yesterday, said it had begun work to address brain drain in the health sector. It said that exodus of health professionals was not new or peculiar to Nigeria.
Stakeholders in the health sector have advocated for the establishment of a health development bank of Nigeria to assist in solving financial challenges in the health care system.
Stakeholders in the health sector have urged governorship candidates in Lagos State to consider healthcare delivery system and address challenges that encourage medical personnel to leave Nigeria for greener pastures if they win.