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Ecobank doles out $750,000 for Mozambique’s malaria battle

Ecobank Foundation has donated $750,000 to Mozambique to support the country’s malaria eradication programme.

Global Fund: Kenya secures $380m to fight HIV/AIDS, Malaria, TB

Kenya on Friday said that the country had secured 380 million dollars from the Global Fund to fight HIV/AIDs, Malaria and Tuberculosis that are leading cause of deaths in the East African Nation.

Federal govt takes steps to curb tuberculosis

The federal government has deployed health officers, resources and strategies to all the states to investigate, test and treat tuberculosis patients for free.

Minister Isaac Adewole elated as Chevron tackles HIV scourge in Nigeria with $5 million

Minister of Health, Prof Isaac Adewole, has expressed gratitude to Chevron Nigeria Limited (CNL) for donating a total of US$5 million to Global Fund to tackle HIV, tuberculosis and malaria for the implementation of the Chevron-Global Fund Anti-Retroviral Treatment Service Maintenance Program (ART Program) in Delta, Bayelsa, Ondo and Lagos States.

Ondo residents collect treated mosquito nets

The distribution of treated mosquito nets has commenced across the 18 local government council areas of Ondo State after the exercise was flagged off on Friday in Akure by Gov. Oluwarotimi Akeredolu.

Partners commit $100 million to re-base HIV epidemic in Nigeria – UNAIDS

A total sum of US$100 million has been set aside by Federal Government’s partners in the fight against HIV/AIDS, to conduct a national survey to rebase the HIV prevalence in Nigeria.

Governor Akeredolu flags off distribution of 2.9million insecticide nets in Ondo

Rotimi Akeredolu of Ondo State on Friday in Akure flagged off the distribution of 2.9 million long lasting insecticide treated mosquito nets to residents of the state.

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I sympathise with APC – Asiwaju Tinubu

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NHRC urges federal govt to punish suspected killers in Zamfara, Benue

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Five feared dead as suspected rival cult groups clash in Anambra

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18 new sexual abuse claims against UN peacekeepers in DR Congo

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