Nigeria News

Reactive vaccination in Danja LGA of Katsina

WHO supports Government to protect over 150,000 population at risk of Yellow fever in Katsina state.

Centre (from left to right) : In light blue jacket, Baba Idris Haliru, Dr Andrew Mbewe (WHO) and Mrs Abigael Molme (Molme Foundation). Behind: Some of the beneficiaries of the intervention at Goza IDP camp.

Nigerian Government partners with the World Health Organization to improve healthy ageing

(L-R): WHO Nigeria acting Country representative WR a.i) Dr Rex Mpazanje; Minister of State, Ministry of Health, Dr Osagie Ehanire; Nigerian Minister of Health, Professor Isaac Adewole; Former Head of State, General Yakubu Gowon; Director of Public Health, Dr Evelyn Ngige and other partners pose for a group photograph.

World Hepatitis Day- Ministry of Health Launches National Health Facility Directory for Viral Hepatitis

A team of House to house vaccination workers during polio campaign in northern Nigeria.

Frontline workers in Nigeria break down gender related barriers to reach children with vaccines

Trained technician at National Reference Laboratory Centre –Gaduwa, Abuja | NCDC/WHO

WHO supports improved diagnostic capacity to fast-track Lassa fever control 

 Eligible child being administered with  anti-malaria drug during 2017 SMC campaign in Borno state. Photo credit: WHO/CE.Onuekwe

Borno targets more than 1 million children with anti-malaria therapy. 

A child receiving  while other  people queue up for OCV

Adamawa conducts first vaccination campaign in response to cholera outbreak

L-R Prof. Rose Leke, ARCC Chair, Dr Faisal Shuaib the ED of NPHCDA, Professor Isaac Adewole, Nigeria’s Minister of Health and Dr Alemu, WHO country Representative appreciating e-Surve in Abuja

How e-Surveillance strengthens health systems in Nigeria

Man taking the NTD preventive tablet

WHO redoubles efforts to ‘leave no one behind’ in treatment of Neglected Tropical Diseases