Top Ten News Items on Health, 1st March 2019

Financing primary healthcare systems vital to improving peoples’ lives — Melinda Gates. How community informants help improve polio surveillance – WHO. Hygeia HMO partners Access Bank on IVF treatment. NSIA-LUTH Centre rekindles hope for cancer patients in Nigeria. 34 States rank low in health budgetary allocations. Maternal Health: Kano emerges overall North-West champion in 2018. SKG Pharma Boss Tasks Govt on Medicines Security in Nigeria. NACA, UNAIDS call for urgent action against discriminatory laws. Edo vaccinated 1,745,241 persons against yellow fever in 2018. Polio: Dangote Foundation Boosts Nigeria’s Certification by WHO. READ ALL STORIES HERE Share this: source: https://nigeriahealthwatch.com/top-ten-news-items-on-health-1st-march-2019/

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Dining in the Pool: Bowl’d Restaurant

I wanted to experience they bowl’dness in bowl’d. I wanted to see what they had to offer since I have been hearing a lot about them. A centric place to just chill and enjoy the great outdoor activities. A good place to be, and at an affordable price. You’ll never want to be anywhere if you have experienced the kind of atmosphere given at the Bowl’d restaurant. Just located in Sandton at the Masingita towers, Morningside, Johannesburg where you have easy access to transport and the mall. The restaurant sits…

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Why You Should Visit Abuna Yemata Guh, Ethiopia

Whether you travel to Ethiopia for an R&R or to visit a country steeped in history and striking landscapes, you must visit some of the famous rock hewn-churches the country is famed for. Ethiopia is a country that showcases a unique blend of history and faith, with its fascinating religious sites. Rock-carved churches carved from single blocks of granite, are unique to this country. Although most of them were built in the 4th–13th century period, they are much more than sites of worship. Today, the rock-sculpted churches of Ethiopia ranging…

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Liberia Travel Guide

Liberia’s recent civil war and its slow peace process have been making headlines for two decades, but today the Liberian people are following the first female African president, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, into the future with hopes that the once prosperous nation can rebuild itself. Also helping Liberians move forward is the United Nations Peacekeeping Mission (UNMIL), which maintains a strong presence in the recovering nation. Nestled between Sierra Leone, Ivory Coast, and Guinea on the West African coast, Liberia boasts golden beaches and blue lagoons lined with coconut trees, the…

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Lesotho Travel Guide

Small though it is, Lesotho is packed with great things to see and do. You can ride a pony through the mountains, walk in the footprints of dinosaurs along a riverbed, and even go skiing. Lesotho is entirely surrounded by South Africa, but despite its location inside Africa’s powerhouse, Lesotho remains its own country with its own unique, dynamic personality. The country is noted for its mountainous landscape; it is the only nation in the world with an elevation entirely above 1,400 meters. Commit to spending a few days, or…

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