A delegation of 11 of Nigerian stakeholders traveled to Nepal, a country that has made remarkable progress in implementing chlorhexidine at the community level, to learn about best practices as Nigeria is about producing chlorhexidine.
The preliminary results from the 2013 Demographic and Health Survey (DHS) were released at the end of January 2014.
Rukwa is green, it people are warm and receptive. Today they showed they cared about mothers and babies surviving in their community.
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Dr Khaliru Alhassan has pledged to support existing efforts to improve the health care system in Nigeria. Existing efforts are also looking forward to the minister's support.
There are many heroes in Koinadugu district who help save the lives of mothers and babies. Meet Steven - he works relentlessly for them.