Tuesday, April 16, 2024

Stakeholders Advocate Enhanced Maternal Child Health

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Stakeholders have advocated extra consciousness on the essential points associated to maternal, new child, and baby well being (MNCH) in Nigeria.
To this finish, there’s a name for collaborative efforts centered on implementing sensible options to enhance maternal, new child, and baby well being outcomes nationwide.
This comment was disclosed on the Collectively Summit on Friday, March twenty second, 2024, at Shehu Musa Yar’Adua Centre in Abuja.

The CEO Eden Ventures Group, Fifehan Osikanlu emphasised the significance of collective motion in reworking maternal and baby healthcare.
She stated, “The Reworking Collectively Summit represents a vital second the place stakeholders unite to deal with challenges and envision a future the place each mom and baby receives the care they deserve.”
The undertaking’s goals embrace elevating consciousness for the struggles confronted by underprivileged moms and youngsters, fostering open dialogues, for coverage implementation, and growing sustainable options by way of developments in medical infrastructure and improvements.

Different goals embrace uniting key stakeholders and harnessing the facility of neighborhood motion, and bridging the hole between innovation and affect in addition to paving the best way for a brighter future for newborns in Nigeria.
The panelists and individuals on the session identified challenges and boundaries affecting Maternal Youngster Well being Care as they advocated for progressive approaches to chart a path in the direction of sustainable options to boost maternal baby healthcare outcomes in Nigeria.

Notable audio system on the summit included Dr Salma Anas, particular adviser to the President on Well being; Uju Anwukah, particular adviser to the President on Well being, Workplace of the Vice President; Aisha Bubah, Licensed Psychologist and Govt Director of The Sunshine Collection; Halima Mason, Director of Wellness, Nigerian Psychological Well being; Isaiah Owolabi, co-founder of HACEY Well being Initiative, and others.

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