Report of 2017 AROCSA Conference – PACFAH

Brief report on the just concluded AROCSA Conference is below.

Overview: Current global political trends such as Brexit in 2016, the surprising electoral upheavals across continents, a complex confluence of nationalist populism, and African countries backing out of the ICC, among others, give clear indications of a pushback to globalization, paving way for a radical shift in global politics. As members of the global community, African countries will be affected directly and indirectly, and so must begin to dialogue on how to engage in this new world order.  Continue reading “Report of 2017 AROCSA Conference – PACFAH”

Award Ceremony For Health Journalists

The Partnership for Advocacy in Child and Family Health (PACFaH) congratulates the awardees for the impactful contributions made to their 2017 Health Budget Media Challenge. 
 
The award is in recognition of their passion for and commitment to improving the budget provisions of Nigeria’s health sector at both national and states’ level.

Pictures below, of the award “ceremony” for health journalists who participated in the PACFaH 2017 Health Budget Media Challenge…

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Pics from Pan African Parliament SA

Nigerian legislators from the Senate and House Committees on Health, Appropriation, and National Planning who are attending a legislative retreat in Johannesburg, South Africa, on budgeting for health, remarked on Monday that bureaucracy is the key obstacle to implementing the mandatory 15 per cent budgetary allocation to the health sector.

Selected Pictures below.

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