By Remi Oyedeji The immediate unaffordable cost of Medical care pushes them to choose a more fatal option that is cheap in the short run. The landscape of our[…]
By Hez Shobiye The difficulty of paying out of pockets put most Nigerians in a great deal of financial risk and restricts them from having direct access to health care[…]
By Seyi Taylor It is this negligence of the whole picture while so much attention is given on the small one that worries me. If the medical profession would spend[…]
by Sylva Nze Ifedigbo The National Health Bill 2011 gathers dust in one of the Aso Rock’s cabinets, unsigned and thus not in effect, close to a year after the[…]
Ondo State, three years ago had the highest maternal mortality rates in the southwest region of Nigeria. At the time, the landscape of the country was littered with mothers bleeding[…]
We need to tackle an emergency that has our children live like dogs in the name of some higher but unconscionable goal.
A husband’s murder of his wife brings into sharp focus our acceptance of the impunity of domestic violence and sometimes the preference of that for the sake of keeping a loveless marriage going to appease the needs for tradition and societal norms.