Ending Child Killer Diseases

PAS partner (PSN) supported the Federal Government of Nigeria to revise the Nigeria treatment guidelines with the inclusion of the WHO recommended treatment protocol for childhood Pneumonia (Amoxicillin DT ) and Diarrhea  (co-pack Zn-Lo-ORS) and its subsequent launch. Also supporting the dissemination process in the geopolitical zones of Nigeria.

Expected Project Achievement by End of Project.

The investment primary outcome of increased implementation of newly adopted policies to end childhood killer diseases (Amoxicillin DT and co-pack Zn-Lo-ORS for Childhood Pneumonia and Diarrhea respectively) through the PHC systems and with CPs and PPMVs as providers at National level and in Niger, Kaduna and Kano States will be achieved in the life of the project. Two investment intermediate outcomes are to be achieved in the life of the project, to domesticate the revised childhood Pneumonia and Diarrhea treatment guidelines and strengthen coalitions in support of eliminating CKDs through the PHC system. A total of 6 investment outputs are to be achieved in a bid to achieving the primary investment outcomes

Activities

Stakeholders call for rational use of essential medicine in Nigeria

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Nigeria needs 10 times more health workers to achieve universal health coverage

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Grand Challenges Canada: Requesting Proposals

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Diarrhoea, pneumonia leading killer diseases among children in Lagos— PSN-PACFaH

Diarrhoea, pneumonia leading killer diseases among children in Lagos— PSN-PACFaH The Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria under the Partnership for Advocacy ...
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Increased government funding and investment in routine immunization

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Increase in Health Budget: Faith Based Organizations (FBOs) Interventions in the PACFaH project

Health has been one of the major challenges in Nigeria especially for women and children. According to UNICEF; every single ...
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Resources

Files are in PDF Format.

  • PACFAH FACT SHEET: Childhood Pneumonia in Kaduna State – View
  • PACFAH FACT SHEET: Childhood Pneumonia in Kano State – View
  • Basic Healthcare Provision Fund & Guidelines – View
  • PACFAH FACT SHEET: Childhood Pneumonia in Lagos State – View
  • PACFAH FACT SHEET: Childhood Pneumonia (General) – View
  • An Overview of 2016 Health Budget Performance – View