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World leaders budget US$ 13 billion yearly to fight TB

From Akin Jimoh, (DEVCOM) with Agency report NEW YORK – World leaders at the first-ever UN High-level meeting on TB, have agreed to mobilize US$ 13 billion a year by

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Buhari chairs Multi-Stakeholder Panel discussion

President Buhari at the UN yesterday   President Muhammadu Buhari is expected to serve as a Co-chair of the first Multi-Stakeholder Panel discussion at the United Nations High-Level Meeting (UN

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Global Health, Business Leaders Pledge Major Commitments to End Tuberculosis

25 September 2018 ¦ New York City – Ahead of the United Nations High-Level Meeting (UN HLM) on Tuberculosis (TB), global health and business leaders convened at the TB Innovation

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Foundation advocates free cervical cancer screening, vaccination

Mrs Onasanya, centre, (Standing in white) with participants at the event A magazine publisher, Mrs Tewa Onasanya, has called on government to provide free screening and vaccination on cervical cancer

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Lagos pledges partnership with AGPMPN on primary health care

Gov. Ambode The Lagos State government has assured the Association of General and Private Medical Practitioners of Nigeria, (AGPMPN), of its resolves to partner with the association in providing adequate

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Russian health ministry creates new powder vaccine against Ebola

The Russian health care ministry, has got a new dry powder vaccine against the deadly Ebola virus disease, Health Minister, Veronika Skvortsova said on Thursday. “We have created a new

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WHO calls for urgent action to end TB

Fewer people fell ill and died from tuberculosis (TB) last year but countries are still not doing enough to end TB by 2030, warns the World Health Organization (WHO). Although

Sanofi, Lagos Catholic diocese sign pact on diabetes, hypertension management

• Inaugurate Diabetes and Hypertension Clinic Multinational pharmaceutical company, Sanofi Aventis and the Catholic Archdiocese of Lagos, today (September 17) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to provide specialised care

US Ambassador visits NCDC

• says centre is a model for Africa The United States Ambassador to Nigeria, Mr. Stuart Symington, today, September 10, commended the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) for being

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1,086 youths test positive to HIV/Aids in Nasarawa

About 1,086 out of 75, 435 young Nigerians between the ages of 14 and 19, who were counselled and tested for HIV/AIDS in Nasarawa State, have been confirmed to be

It’s national shame we are 7th nation with highest TB burden – Minister declares as PPM Summit ends

The Minister of Health, Prof. Isaac Adewole at the close of the Public Private Mix (PPM) Summit for TB Control in Nigeria in Lagos yesterday, September 4, declared Nigeria’s heavy

Zambia dismisses reports of Ebola outbreak in capital

Health authorities in Zambia on Tuesday September 4, dismissed reports that the country has recorded its first Ebola case. Reports in some local media reported that the country recorded its

TB: We’ll continue to support Nigeria, WHO assures

  The World Health Organisation (WHO) yesterday, September 3,  asured Nigeria of its continued support in the quest to effectively control the scourge of tuberculosis which reportedly  claims  no fewer

Shocker: TB kills 420 Nigerians daily!

• “TB is in the air,” NTBLC Coordinator says • Commends Agbami for outstanding support   The 2-day Public Private Mix (PPM) Summit for Tuberculosis Control in Nigeria organised by

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WHO organises public-private mix summit on TB Control

• Collaborates with Federal Ministry of Health, Lagos State Ministry of Health, Stop TB Partnership Nigeria, Chevron and others   A National Summit on Public-Private Partnership for Tuberculosis (TB) Control

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Nigerian Content Development – Chevron’s Success story

Before the enactment of the Nigerian Oil and Gas Industry Content Development (NOGICD) Act in 2010, only a few International Oil Companies (IOCs) had deliberately put in place policies to