The report reveals that WHO spends around $200 million a year on travel costs more than what it reserves for battling some of the world’s biggest health crisis.
52-year-old Tedros had at different times served as Ethiopia’s minister of health and foreign affairs as well as chairman of the board of the Global Fund to Fight Aids, Tuberculosis and Malaria
The World Health Organization, WHO, has declared an Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo after an individual was confirmed to have died of the virus in the country’s North East.
The additional 820,000 doses of the meningitis C conjugate vaccine was donated by the UK government to the WHO and is currently on its way to Nigeria.
As the National Council on Health meets in Umuahia, the Abia State capital, it is anticipated that major issues confronting Nigerians and particularly the health sector will dominate discussions. It…
By Chikezie Omeje The hope of saving many Nigerian children suffering from hunger and malnourishment next year may have been dashed with no provision made for that purpose in the…
The World Health Organization, W.H.O, has said that a highly effective vaccine that guards against the deadly Ebola virus could be available by 2018.
She looked cheerful but shy and carried her lean frame gingerly as if afraid she might fall down any minute. Her cheeks were slightly sunken, making her cheekbones prominent. She clutched a fairly weathered handbag. Her open neck Ankara blouse revealed sharp shoulder blades, a sign that she was not feeding well.
By Chikezie Omeje Dozens of Primary Health Centres, PHCs, built in the last two years across the country by the federal government at a cost of over N2 billion have…
The Federal Government says it has concluded plans to disburse $1.5 million each to the 36 states of the federation and the Federal Capital Territory for the financing of primary healthcare system.