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Deplorable Niger community PHC after N5.454 billion approved health budget

Residents of Numbwa Tukura community in Suleja Local Government Area of Niger state do not have access to healthcare delivery as a Primary Healthcare Centre in their area has since become deplorable. This is even as the community Primary Healthcare Centre serves an estimated 3,000 population and has continued to be this deplorable with women …

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FCT Anguwan Nuku residents rely on a dirty pond as only source of water

Residents of Anguwan Kudi Nuku Community in Abaji Area Council of Nigeria’s Federal Capital Territory (FCT) rely upon dirty ponds as their only source of drinking water. The community lack access to safe drinking water, a situation that has since forced them to drink from a dirty pond that is meant for animals. This is …

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In one year, NACA spends N219.5 million on HIV campaign in Plateau

The National Agency for the Control of AIDS (NACA) claims to have spent the sum of N219.5 million on HIV/AIDS awareness campaigns in just one year at Plateau State, data from Budeshi, a PPDC’s platform has shown. NACA,  created to coordinate the implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of all HIV/AIDS prevention and impact mitigation activities in …

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More than 300 Igu residents in Abuja have no hospital

Residents of the Igu community in Bwari Area Council of Abuja the Nigerian capital city are facing difficulties accessing healthcare delivery as the only hospital in the area has since become terribly deplorable leading to its shutdown. The hospital that has over 300 residents that rely on it for medical care delivery, has since been …

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Bauchi lawmaker N28 million health clinic constituency project remains uncompleted

Mr. Mansur Manu Soro, a federal lawmaker from Bauchi State N28 million constituency health clinics under the supervision of the Office of the Senior Special Assistant to the President on SDG (OSSAP) has remained uncompleted despite allocation and funds release for the project. Mr. Soro had in 2020 nominated the construction of a health clinic …

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