LOCAL CONTENT POLICY FOR HEALTH CARE INDUSTRY : A STRATEGIC IMPERATIVE FOR NIGERIA

Sometime in August 2020 Yinka Olatunbosun wrote an agenda –setting article in the World Economic Forum (WEF) titled “ Why COVID-19 could mean a new dawn for Nigeria's manufacturing sector” 1, which provides food for thought for any development –minded actor, especially Nigerian policymakers working to improve the Nigerian health sector and also looking ahead for a generally improved competitiveness of the country’s manufacturing sector in the global marketplace.

West African Regional Charter for Public Health

An adaptation of the Global Charter for public health originally developed by the World Federation of Public Health Assosiations. It is the first adaptation of its kind.

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Recommendations on Interventions to Improve Premature Birth Outcomes in Nigeria A Call to Action by Key Stakeholders (Legislators, Health-care Professionals and Communities)

Preterm birth complications are the leading cause of death among children under 5 years of age, responsible for approximately 1 million deaths in 2015. Infant deaths and long-term disabilities following preterm birth can be reduced when interventions are appropriately provided to the mother at imminent risk of preterm birth and to the preterm infant after birth.