World Breast Feeding Week 2015

The World Breastfeeding Week is held from the 1st – 7th of August each year in over 170 countries is a concerted global action to support women to combine breastfeeding and work. More »

World Hepatitis Day 2015

Hepatitis is an inflammation of the liver, most commonly caused by a viral infection. There are five main hepatitis viruses, referred to as types A, B, C, D and E. These five More »

Enhancing CHR team capacity for better result

In its effort to build capacity and promote leadership development among the staff, Community Health and Research Initiative (CHR) engaged Management Strategies for Africa (MSA) to train some staff on report writing More »

Nigerian Democracy and the way forward: Implementation of the National Health Act 2014

On February 19, 2014 the Nigerian Senate passed the National Health Bill 2014, which is designed to ‘revolutionize’ the health sector and focus heavily on better regulation and quality. The bill had More »

Management Strategies for Africa (MSA) Organized a Training Workshop to Strengthen the Capacity of CHR and IWEI

Community Health and Research Initiative and Isa Wali Empowered Initiative have participates in a 3 days’ workshop which commenced on 26th-28th May 2015. Which held at CHR conference Hall. The workshop was More »

 

World Breast Feeding Week 2015

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The World Breastfeeding Week is held from the 1st – 7th of August each year in over 170 countries is a concerted global action to support women to combine breastfeeding and work. Whether a woman is working in the formal,

World Hepatitis Day 2015

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Hepatitis is an inflammation of the liver, most commonly caused by a viral infection. There are five main hepatitis viruses, referred to as types A, B, C, D and E. These five types are of greatest concern because of the

Enhancing CHR team capacity for better result

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In its effort to build capacity and promote leadership development among the staff, Community Health and Research Initiative (CHR) engaged Management Strategies for Africa (MSA) to train some staff on report writing and documentations. The training held at CHR National

Nigerian Democracy and the way forward: Implementation of the National Health Act 2014

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On February 19, 2014 the Nigerian Senate passed the National Health Bill 2014, which is designed to ‘revolutionize’ the health sector and focus heavily on better regulation and quality. The bill had suffered several setbacks since it was submitted before

Management Strategies for Africa (MSA) Organized a Training Workshop to Strengthen the Capacity of CHR and IWEI

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Community Health and Research Initiative and Isa Wali Empowered Initiative have participates in a 3 days’ workshop which commenced on 26th-28th May 2015. Which held at CHR conference Hall. The workshop was focused on Organizational Sustainability, Resource Mobilization Planning and

CHR Participate in Champions for Change C4C Series 2 Training workshop on RMNCH

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The second phase of Champions for Change workshop commenced from 18th-23rd May 2015. Where 12 indigenous NGOs selected for the project to improved RMNCH in Nigeria participates in the workshop organized by C4C at Best Western Star Fire Hotel Lagos

INTERNATIONAL NURSES DAY 2015

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The cost of healthcare is rising worldwide, placing a heavy financial burden on health systems and populations globally. Nurses, as the single largest profession in the health workforce and are well positioned to provide quality care and attain optimal patient

International Day of Midwives

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Midwives and people with midwifery skills are the main caregivers for women and their new-borns during pregnancy, labour, and childbirth and in the post-delivery period. In addition to their work caring for women during and after childbirth, midwives provide a

State Based NGOs moves for ensuring Health Priorities with incoming Government in Kano State

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Follow up to the ongoing pushing of positive health agenda in the State, on the 21st April, 2015 CHR hosted another NGOs meeting which discussed and came up with evidence based informations to present to the Transition Committee on Health

CHR had Partake in a Valid Engagement with Routine Immunization Working Group in Kano State

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For the purpose of fast tracking the process of accountability and advocacy in routine immunization through the use of evidence based data from the ongoing data generation by different partners working to improve R.I in Kano State like the way