In the late 1990s and early 2000s, a new virus (HIV) that caused the devastating disease, AIDs had emerged and spread around the world. The impact of this new virus on people and the economy was only just becoming obvious.
Recent figures from the United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF) and Food and Agricultural Organisation of the United Nations (FAO) show that Nigeria is not on track in achieving Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 2, zero hunger, and SDG 3, good health and wellbeing, by 2030.
Several studies have shown that elevating women’s voices and embracing the arts could be used to reduce Nigeria’s maternal mortality rate, which remains a public health concern, and ensure quality maternal healthcare.
Nigeria Health Watch will be hosting the second edition of the ‘Celebrating Womanhood Art Gala’ with the theme, ‘Elevating Women’s Voices for Quality Maternal Healthcare’, on Friday, March 20, 2023, in Abuja.
13 Sep 2022
As the 2023 general elections approach, the Nigeria Health Watch is to host the eighth edition of the Future of Health Conference on Thursday, October 13, 2022, with the theme,..
13 Jul 2022
Advocacy health platform, Nigeria Health Watch, is set to host a health security forum against the backdrop of how countries including Nigeria were particularly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
26 Jun 2021
Experts in the sexual and reproductive health industry have urged improved budgetary allocation for family planning services (FPS) in the country, lamenting that what is being received presently is wholly inadequate to effectively cater....