Viral hepatitis — a group of infectious diseases known as hepatitis A, B, C, D, and E — affects millions of people worldwide, causing both acute (short-term) and chronic (long-term) liver disease.
Monthly Archives: June 2019
Investing in the health of Nigerian youth is important to boost long-term prosperity of our nation. This includes a focus on adolescents’ mental, social, sexual and reproductive health. Since choices made at this point in their lives, such as early marriage, pregnancies, or risky sexual and social behaviors, will affect their future and which in returns, will affect the human community. More
Maternal and child health is a major challenge confronting Nigeria health sector. According to report, Nigeria is the 4th country with the worst maternal mortality ahead of Sierra Leone, Central African Republic and Chad.
The population of young people in Nigeria has been reported to exceed 57 million by the year 2025, a large proportion of which are adolescents.
Global hunger and malnutrition have become complex, but effective policies can be found to end them.Changes in rural structures and productivity of small farms must be taken into account, as well as issues relating to health and education, climate change and, not least, wars and emergencies. More
Diabetes is a chronic disease caused by the body’s inability to produce required amounts of insulin – the hormone that regulates blood sugar – or to efficiently use the insulin it produces, according to the World Health Organisation. These are called type 1 and type 2 diabetes respectively. More
The community is at Kuchingoro, Abuja. They are about 1500 in population including their children. They need our help, they are all skilled , but has no access to the market. More
Access to safe drinking water remains a challenge to majority of Nigerians, especially those living in the rural areas. The recent Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS) conducted by the government of Nigeria in 2016/17, indicated that about 40 per cent of households and about 69 million people do not have access to clean water sources. More