Though Birth registration is the first step towards recognizing a child’s inalienable right as a human being, unfortunately, millions of children in Nigeria whose birth were not registered often times have been denied or violated of their rights as it goes unnoticed.
Worried by the high rate of medical professionals leaving Nigeria to countries to seek better pay and work conditions, Dr. Abayomi Ajayi say, mentorship of these young professionals would tackle brain drain experienced in the country.
Founder and [...]
With the increasing cases of Severe Acute Malnutrition, SAM, in the North Eastern region of Nigeria, stakeholders say there is an urgent need for intervention to stem the tide.
Malnutrition has serious and permanent consequences in the growth and development of children, if not timely identifie [...]
Prescribed medication is the most frequent treatment provided to patients in the health care delivery system.
Professionals who are involved in medicine management are governed by a legal and professional accountability to [...]
On Friday, October 4, the bail application filed by journalist and human rights activist, Agba Jalingo, was refused by a Federal High Court, sitting in Calabar, Cross River State, presided over by Justice Simon Amobeda. In denying him bail, the court ordered that he be remanded in prison custody pendi [...]
To prevent unintended pregnancies especially among sexually active young persons, there should be unhindered access to family planning services across board.
According to Life Planning for Adolescents and Youth, LPAY, "it is important for young people to build contrac [...]
Owing to the devastating defeat it suffered in Syria at both military and ideological levels, the Islamic State appears to be in search of an alternative location away from the Middle East. The French newspaper, Le Figaro, in recent article titled “Africa is ISIS’s New Goal,” states [...]
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