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Poor awareness undermines FG’s health intervention scheme in Gombe

By Deborah Dangana Ali Falila, 35, a mother of four, reside in Mallam Anna village did not have any choice but to take her son,...

After undercover investigation, Bauchi govt sets up committee, vows to punish health workers diverting drugs, equipment

By Usman Babaji THE Bauchi government has set up a committee to investigate the report that health workers divert drugs, and equipment for personal gains...

How Anambra state runs over 630 PHCs with 150 nurses, midwives

By Alfred Ajayi KAMELITA  Onyeka is a public health nurse and officer-in-charge (OIC) of the Otuocha Primary Health Centre (PHC) in Anambra East Local Government...
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Which region is more populated in Nigeria? – applying deductive reasoning to the question

By Bashir Abdulrahman ON November 10, 2022, I received an audio clip of a man speaking to ostensibly a group of Christians on the necessity...

How to impeach a president: Ramaphosa case puts new rules to the test in South Africa

By Richard Calland, University of Cape Town South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa faces possible impeachment in the country’s parliament over the illegal stashing of thousands...

How Akwa Ibom health workers struggle to keep PHCs afloat

By Umo, Iniabasi Friday MANY Primary Health Centres (PHCs) in Akwa Ibom State have deteriorated over the years due to neglect, but the Basic Health...
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Ghana digitised its address system: its failure offers lessons to other African countries creating smart cities

By Louis Kusi Frimpong, University of Environment and Sustainable Development ; Matthew Abunyewah, Charles Darwin University; Seth Asare Okyere, University of Arizona, and Stephen...

RAMP-2 road projects creating new challenges across Enugu communities two years after

By Arinze Chijioke WHEN Amos Ugwu hired young men to till his farmland and prepare it for the planting season in 2021, he hoped the...

US dollar is getting stronger: African countries are feeling the pain and have few policy options

By Jonathan Munemo, Salisbury University The US dollar has been advancing rapidly in response to the Federal Reserve’s resolve to keep raising policy rates for...
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