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Cholera

A Global Pledge to End Cholera by 2030

An ambitious new strategy to reduce deaths from cholera by 90% by 2030 launches today. The world is embracing universal health coverage, good health for all and today, a target is set to eradicate cholera for good. Cholera is a… Continue Reading →

#Cholera: The Value of a Collaborative Outbreak Response

NCDC, and NPHCDA are working closely with WHO, MSF, UNICEF and other humanitarian agencies in Borno, to support the State Government in curtailing the spread of the outbreak. On the 16th of August 2017, the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control… Continue Reading →

Is your area flooded? How to #staysafe from diarrhoeal diseases…

Every rainy season brings the possibility of an outbreak of diarrhoeal diseases. Germs spread easily from an unhygienic environment to food and water sources. Flooding may cause the contamination of water sources. How then do you protect yourself and family… Continue Reading →

Dear Lagosians, #StaySafe from Diarrhoeal Diseases!

The Commissioner for Health, Dr Jide Idris, was joined at a briefing in Alausa on Tuesday, by the Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Steve Ayorinde. He confirmed an outbreak of cholera in three Local Government Areas of the state. The… Continue Reading →

#StayAlert Week 13: After the #LagosFlood, The Awakening.

“A visit to some communities in Ibeju-Lekki and its environs over the weekend gave a clearer picture of the level of devastation and community health disaster caused by the unfortunate incident as many families were seen evacuating water out from… Continue Reading →

#LagosFlood: What You Should Know to Stay Safe.

The climate of South-Western Nigeria is tropical, with Lagos State is geographically seated 39 metres above sea level and an intense rainy season between April and July. In recent days, Lagos, Africa‚Äôs most populous city with a population of 12… Continue Reading →

5 things Nigerians can do to Keep Nigeria Ebola Free

In the battle against Ebola, we must remember that we did not wait to be told everything; we stepped up and started solving our problems. Nigeria was declared Ebola-free on October 20th 2014. Between then and now, global strategies and… Continue Reading →

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