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Tuberculosis Control Program

TUBERCULOSIS CONTROL PROGRAM Tuberculosis (TB) is a communicable disease caused by any of the several species of Mycobacterium referred to as tubercle bacillus. Nigeria is currently ranked 3rd among the 22 highest-burdened countries in the world and the 1st in Africa. In Nigeria, Lagos State carries 8.4% of Nigeria’s TB …

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MATERNAL AND CHILD MORTALITY REDUCTION PROGRAMME (MCMR)

LAGOS STATE MATERNAL AND CHILD MORTALITY REDUCTION (MCMR) PROGRAM LAGOS STATE MATERNAL AND CHILD MORTALITY REDUCTION (MCMR) PROGRAM: GOOD PRACTICES MEMO BACKGROUND/RATIONALE Nigeria is one of the 187 countries that signed the Millennium Declaration in 2000 with the aim of reducing the 8 identified goals/targets substantially by 2015. With the …

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THE INVESTMENT CASE (IC) DOCUMENT

THE INVESTMENT CASE (IC) DOCUMENT SUMMARY OF THE INVESTMENT CASE (IC) DOCUMENT ORIGIN OF THE IC: In a bid to strengthen the performance of the Health Sector, the Ministry of Health initiated a collaborative effort with UNICEF to organise a 2-day Investment Case Advocacy and Health Partners Forum in December …

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LAGOS STATE MATERNAL AND CHILD MORTALITY REDUCTION (MCMR) PROGRAM

LAGOS STATE MATERNAL AND CHILD MORTALITY REDUCTION (MCMR) PROGRAM LAGOS STATE MATERNAL AND CHILD MORTALITY REDUCTION (MCMR) PROGRAM: GOOD PRACTICES MEMO BACKGROUND/RATIONALE Nigeria is one of the 187 countries that signed the Millennium Declaration in 2000 with the aim of reducing the 8 identified goals/targets substantially by 2015. With the …

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CHILD NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENTATION PROGRAM (SCHOOL MILK PROGRAM)

CHILD NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENTATION PROGRAM (SCHOOL MILK PROGRAM) In February 2003, the Lagos State Government under the leadership of Governor Bola Ahmed Tinubu initiated the Child Nutritional Supplementation Program with its first phase as the School Milk Programme. The programme was designed to provide 10 fluid oz of constituted milk drink …

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