Category: Health

Lack Of Water, Health Facilities, Bridge: Inside Stories Of Enugu Communities Lacking Government Presence (Part 1)

This is the first part of the reports on some communities in dire need of basic social amenities in


Menstrual Hygiene: Foundation Sensitizes Secondary School Students In Calabar

By Patrick Obia In a bid to ensure proper menstrual hygiene practices among teenagers, the Professor Charles Effiong Foundation,


PHOTOS: Fire Guts Residential Apartments Along Lagos Street In Calabar

By Maxwell Effiong Some apartments along Lagos street in Calabar, the Cross River State were razed in an inferno

An excited Governor Ben Ayade of Cross River (in blue suit) discusses with his deputy, Professor Ivara Esu (in white) and others shortly after the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between the State and Zipline, an American drone delivery service company for the procurement of drones to deliver medical essentials to hard to reach areas at the Governors Office in Calabar. Monday May 10, 2021. (Credit: GHP/Dan Williams)

Cross River Signs MoU With American Delivery Firm To Use Drones For Medical Supplies

By Ushang Ewa Weeks after disclosing its intention to deploy drones for the supply of drugs and medical essentials


Cross River Launches Campaign To Tackle Teenage Alcohol Consumption

By Nsa Gill, The Nation Newspapers The Cross River State Government earlier this week, launched a campaign to tackle


Saleh, Jedy-Agba Explain FG’ s Decision To Power Health Centers And Schools With Solar

By Simon Echewofun Sunday, Daily Trust Newspapers The federal government recently announced that it was deploying solar-powered grids to


Nigeria Social Insurance Trust Fund Sensitizes Cross Riverians On Safety And Health At Work

By CrossRiverWatch Admin The Cross River State office of Nigeria Social Insurance Trust Fund (NSIFT) has marked the 2021


Federal Ministry Of Health Train Journalists On Effective Tuberculosis Reporting

By Patrick Obia The Fourth Estate of the realm, the media has been charged on effective reporting on Tuberculosis


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