Nigeria : FG seeks partnership with Rivers on health
- 01 April 2022 / News / 270 / Fares RAHAHLIA
Federal Ministry of Health has called for partnership with Rivers State on capacity building and training of healthcare givers on self-care services and intervention.
The ministry made the call, yesterday, at an orientation meeting with family health stakeholders on national self-care and self-injection guidelines in Port Harcourt.
Assistant Director, Family Planning Services, Dr. Gabriel Ortonga, representing the director, reproductive health division, Dr. Kayode Afolabi, noted that the move to train primary health workers on self-care was to ease the bottlenecks patients experience when trying to access basic healthcare services.
Rivers State Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Health, Dr. Ndidi Utchay, disclosed that the innovative services fashioned at promoting sexual, reproductive, and maternal health are a bright choice in service delivery with a good return on investments in health care, adding that the state is devoted to being part of self-care intervention.
Nigeria, Renewable Energy: 5m Rural Nigerians Impacted With New Connections In 3 Years
- 12 April 2023
Nigeria continues to suffer from chronic shortage of electric power. The country has an installed electricity generation capacity of around 13,700 megawatts (MW) but with just an average of 4,500MW av...