Japan gives UNICEF $39 million for vaccine cold chains in Nigeria, other countries affected by COVID-19

The Government of Japan announced that it will provide approximately US$39 million in emergency funds to UNICEF for the development of vaccine cold chains in Nigeria and 31 countries in

Sanwo-Olu commissions 110-bed mother and child center in Epe 

Tasks pregnant women to avoid patronizing unregistered birth homes Governor of Lagos State, Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu has restated his administration’s commitment to eradicating the twin issue of maternal and child deaths in Lagos just as he commissioned yet another four-floor 110-Bed Maternal and Childcare Centre in Epe.  Speaking at the

UNICEF Ambassadors urge G7 leaders to donate COVID-19 vaccine

By Nkeiru  Ibe UNICEF Ambassadors have demanded that G7 (Group of Seven) leaders-an organisation of the world’s seven largest advanced countries, commit to sharing at least 20 percent of the available doses of COVID-19 vaccines to poorer countries. The demand was made in an open letter, published ahead of the

EKO Hospital set to offer quality care with approval of 110,000,000 shares

To ensure that EkoCorp Plc owner of Eko Hospital delivers adequate healthcare and contribute it’s quota to solving some of the challenges bedeviling healthcare delivery in Nigeria, the company on Thursday, approved the proposal to sell 110, 000,000 ordinary shares to Geoff Ohen Limited. The resolution was reached through an

Lagos vows to strictly enforce international COVID-19 travel protocols 

“The Federal Government has put very strict guidelines in place for people coming from India, Brazil and Turkey. These passengers coming in are to be mandatorily isolated at any of the accredited State isolation facilities at their own expense.”

 
 
 
 
 
 
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