Nigeria: Minister urges stakeholders to reduce maternal mortality in the country

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Mortality: Minister urges stakeholders to reduce maternal mortality in the country

By Regina Onyegbula
30 June 2018

The Minister of Health, Prof. Isaac Adewole, has stressed the need for all stakeholders to continuously work towards improving women's health, saying this will reduce the high maternal mortality rate in the country.

Adewole made the call on Friday in Abuja while delivering a keynote address at the end of the project tagged: "Preventing Maternal Deaths from Unwanted Pregnancy" (PMDUP).

Continued: https://www.thenigerianvoice.com/news/267802/mortality-minister-urges-stakeholders-to-reduce-maternal-mo.html

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Nigeria: FG plans reduction in hospital bills

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FG plans reduction in hospital bills

Soji-Eze Fagbemi - Abuja Health News
July 26, 2017

The Minister of Health, Prof. Isaac Adewole, on Tuesday, said the Federal Government is planning to reduce hospital bills in public hospitals.

According to the minister, the plan is part of the various measures being considered to drastically bring down high maternal mortality rate in the country.

Continued at source: Tribune Online: http://tribuneonlineng.com/fg-plans-reduction-hospital-bills/

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Nigeria: FG Inaugurates Task Force on Maternal Mortality Reduction

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FG Inaugurates Task Force on Maternal Mortality Reduction

July 26, 2017
By Jessica Onyegbula

Abuja – The Minister of Health, Prof. Isaac Adewole, on Tuesday inaugurated a task force on accelerated reduction of maternal mortality in Nigeria.

Adewole, inaugurating the task force in Abuja, said that it has three months to ensure a road map on reduction of maternal mortality in the country.

The minister said that the high Maternal Mortality Rate (MMR) in the country was unacceptable and had become imperative to address the challenge as soon as possible.

Continued at source: Sundiata Post: http://sundiatapost.com/2017/07/26/fg-inaugurates-task-force-on-maternal-mortality-reduction/

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