Community Health and Research Initiative (CHR) has commended Bauchi State Government for ensuring full release More »

Dr Aminu Magashi Garba is elected Civil Societies’ Representative to the Global Financing Facility (GFF) Investors Group

Press Release: 2nd November 2016; Abuja, Nigeria: The international community via the Partnership for Maternal More »

Immunization: CHR/PACFaH advocacy improves financial management system in Kaduna

By Ndidi Chukwu Kaduna State Government has announced the institution of a strong financial management More »

N9.8billion Polio Funds; CHR calls for transparent spending

Community Health and Research Initiative (CHR) has called for accountable, transparent, and judicious utilization of More »

 

CHR/PACFaH applauds Bauchi on 100% release of Immunization funds

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Community Health and Research Initiative (CHR) has commended Bauchi State Government for ensuring full release of its Routine Immunization funds in the State Primary Health Care Development Agency basket fund, before the end of 2016. This commendation came following the

Dr Aminu Magashi Garba is elected Civil Societies’ Representative to the Global Financing Facility (GFF) Investors Group

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Press Release: 2nd November 2016; Abuja, Nigeria: The international community via the Partnership for Maternal Newborn and Child Health (PMNCH) NGO constituency has elected Dr Aminu Magashi Garba as one of the two next civil society representatives to the Global Financing

Immunization: CHR/PACFaH advocacy improves financial management system in Kaduna

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By Ndidi Chukwu Kaduna State Government has announced the institution of a strong financial management system, as a result of consistent advocacy for improved transparency and accountability in funds expenditure. The state Commissioner of Health and Human Services, Dr. Paul

N9.8billion Polio Funds; CHR calls for transparent spending

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Community Health and Research Initiative (CHR) has called for accountable, transparent, and judicious utilization of the N9.8billion funds earmarked for release by the Nigerian Government this week for immunization activities following the outbreak of new polio cases in Borno State.