Kindly Share This Story:Dr. Abubakar Kaoje, Executive Secretary, Kebbi State Primary Health Care Development Agency, says the state government is committed to improving maternal, newborn and child health indices in the state. Kaoje said in Birnin Kebbi on Saturday, that the state government would continue to adopt best practices to meet the health and nutritional needs of women and children across the state. According to him, the Kebbi State Government is doing the best it can in terms of providing the needed financial resources to improve services in health facilities, particularly in rural areas. “We have a lot of technical and financial support from the European Union, UNICEF, World Health Organisation (WHO), United States Agency for Internal Development and National Primary Health Care Development Agency. Flood: Over 150 communities submerged in Kogi — Commissioner Osinbajo to represent Buhari at Akwa Ibom’s 32nd anniversary “Others are Saving One Million Lives Programme for Result and other relevant stakeholders, who have been supporting us to provide the needed health services for our women and children. “The various interventions by the development partners are helping to reverse the disturbing indices that bother on quality healthcare services, immunisation, antenatal and postnatal care, nutrition, HIV and… Read full this story
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