As part of efforts to ensure improved service delivery and client satisfaction in public health facilities, the Lagos State Ministry of Health in partnership with the Saving One Million Lives Programme for Results (SOMLPforR); a Federal Government sponsored initiative has commenced an eight-day capacity building workshop for over 1, 050 health workers in the State.
LAGOS BUDGET: Sanwo-Olu proposes the sum of one-point-one-six-eight trillion naira for year 2020… . Works and infrastructure expected to gulp 115 Billion Naira
. Education 60 percent in the budgetary allocation and 33 Billion Naira to be expended on healthcare.
The Lagos State Government has once again reiterated the need for citizens to maintain high standard of personal and environmental hygiene at all times as part of the measures to prevent the outbreak of epidemics especially the spread of gastroenteritis also known as vomiting and diarrhea which has been reported in the State.
The United States Government is set to collaborate with the Lagos State Government to implement Anti-Retroviral Treatment, ART surge programme to identify and provide treatment to approximately sixty thousand persons living with HIV/AIDS in the State.
The National Biosafety Management Agency (NBMA) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with NAFDAC and other critical agencies and ministries, to guarantee the safety of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) imported into the country. Director-General of the agency, Dr. Rufus Ebegba who made the gave this indication in Abuja. “As part of our collaboration with […]
LAGOS SHUTS 14 HEALTH FACILITIES FOR NON-COMPLIANCE ……assures the public of best practices in health care delivery
The Federal Government says Nigeria now ranks number one in the world among people practicing open defecation. The Minister, Ministry of Water Resources, Mr. Suleiman Adamu, disclosed this while declaring open a two-day Private Sector Forum on Sanitation, on Monday October 28, in Abuja. The forum organised by the Organised Private Sector on Sanitation is […]
The Nigeria Conservation Foundation (NCF) on Saturday trained Traditional medicine practitioners from 20 Local Government Areas of Sokoto State on the sustainable plant-based alternative to vulture use. The training is part of NCF project “Egyptian Vulture New-life Project,” to save vultures from total extinction. The Director-General of NCF, Dr Mukhtar Aminu-Kano, said the training was […]
Lagos State Government has again reiterated the need for members of the public to maintain proper personal and environmental hygiene at all times to prevent an outbreak of infectious diseases such as Monkey pox which was recently reported in the State.
A research study in the thirty – two countries in Europe shows that fifty percent of patients in surgical wards and thirty percent in medical wards are at risk of developing thrombosis.