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By increasing its budgetary allocation to public health, Nigeria could be solving some of its most daunting public health challenges including high maternal and child mortality rates which is at the heart of Goal 3 of the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Nigeria pride itself…
Due to continuous depreciation of Nigeria Naira to other foreign currencies, Stakeholders in the health sector have raised an alarm over inadequate budgetary provision of a total sum of N304bn for the Federal Ministry of Health in the 2017 national budget.
Watch Video [PART 2] Pharm. Remi Adeseun talks more on 2017 Health Budget on Channels TV "Global recommendation to invest 15% minimum on #health is based on evidence, #Bauchi State has made consistent commitment", says Pharmacist Remi Adeseun... See MoreSee Less
"We are committed to implement our 5 point health agenda by strengthening health sector to reduce maternal and child death and improve immunisation, implementation of national guideline for PHC under roof and in line with that we have committed over 16% of the 2017 budget to health sector" said by Bauchi State governor in presenting 2017 budget currently.
CHR in a strategic advocacy meeting with the Executive Chairman of Bauchi State Primary Health Care Development Agency to discuss immunization interventions. ... See MoreSee Less
CHR in a strategic advocacy in Bauchi State with the Executive Chairman of Bauchi State Primary Health Care Development Agency Pharm Adamu Gamawa and in a separate but connected advocacy with the Executive Governor of Bauchi Barrister M A Abubakar advocating for adequate funding and timely releases of Immunization finances, permanent site for Immunization Emergency Operation Center and strengthening accountability and transparency by establishing board for the agency.
Programme Manager HERFON, Dr. Hassana Adamu has said only 13.9 percent of women of reproductive age in Nasarawa state, have access to contraceptives which is far below the national target of 26 percent.