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Kia renovates healthcare center

Kia Motors Corporation has formally handed over a healthcare center in the town of Mayuge in eastern Uganda, having funded the build of the facility and its day-to-day management during a start-up phase. The center, which provides much-needed medical support in the region, has been renovated and furnished with new ...

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Over ​900 Doctors resigns two hospitals

    The Nigerian Medical Association , Lagos State Chapter has cried out over the mass resignation of doctors in Nigeria to work abroad. According to NMA over 100 doctors resigned from the University College Hospital , Ibadan , in 2017 while about 800 doctors resigned from Lagos State hospitals ...

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natnudO donates 5000 Noiler birds and 75000 eggs to lDPs

  …set to reduce malnutrition, infant mortality rate Due to high malnutrition rate, infant and maternal mortality, and stunting among children in rural Nigeria, natnudO Foods Limited, producer of natnudO Chicken and eggs, has donated 5000 Noiler birds and 75000 eggs to the rural indigents, widows and Internally Displaced Persons ...

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Aliko Dangote Foundation Joins Global Leaders to Fight Malnutrition – Pledges US$100 Million for Nigeria

The recently concluded Global Nutrition Summit 2017 (http://APO.af/kpSRbS), held in Milan, Italy, convened governments, international agencies, foundations, civil society organisations and businesses to accelerate the global response to malnutrition, an underlying cause of nearly half of all global child deaths. A major highlight of the Summit was the pledge by ...

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Coca-Cola to launch $20 million ‘Safe birth initiative’ for Nigeria, Ivory Coast

In  line with its long-standing commitment to women and the well being of communities, Coca-Cola will support the Ministry of Health to reduce the high maternal and newborn mortalities in Ivory Coast and Nigeria. The Coca-Cola will launch a new program “The Safe Birth Initiative” to support the Ministries of ...

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Rx Healthcare Fund Announces Anchor Investors

  Rx Healthcare Fund (“Rx” or the “Fund”) (www.RxHealthManagement.com), an Africa-focused healthcare private equity fund currently under establishment, today announced that GE Healthcare (www.GEhealthcare.com), a leading global provider of transformational medical technologies and services, is set to become an anchor limited partner in Rx. Following an earlier commitment to Rx ...

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Dangote Foundation, GBCHealth, join forces to build Coaliti

Dangote Foundation and GBCHealth have joined forces to forge a new model of partnership, African Business Coalition on Health (GBCHealth) in Africa. Chairman of Dangote Foundation, Aliko Dangote, shared plans to build an African Business Coalition on Health (ABCHealth), during the Bloomberg Global Business Forum, he was co-hosting, and which ...

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Obaseki restates commitment to Primary Health Care in Edo

The Governor of Edo State, Mr. Godwin Obaseki, has restated his administration’s commitment to a strong primary health care system that will deliver quality services to Edo People. According to him, the health care system in Nigeria would be a mirage if government did not invest in the primary health ...

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Heritage Bank partners Oyo State on N50bn Healthcare Endowment Fund

AS part of its corporate social responsibility, Heritage Bank Plc has partnered Oyo State Government in transforming the healthcare sector through the N50billion Healthcare Endowment Fund, so as to make healthcare delivery affordable and accessible to all. The MD/CEO of the bank, Mr. Ifie Sekibo at the flag-off of the ...

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Access bank group/UNICEF initiative – 10 years commitment to Africa

*Polo Day at Guards aimed at raising further awareness and funds for further development initiatives   Saturday July 15 – Access Bank Group, along with 5th Chukker, The Access Bank UK and Access Private Bank hosted the 10th annual ‘Access Bank Polo Day’ at the Guards Polo Club, Windsor. The ...

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