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The central theme of this study is healthcare financing with focus on the Social
Health Insurance system (National Health Insurance Scheme - NHIS) for Nigeria.
Like other developing countries of the world, the Nigerian government has been
constrained in its effort to provide free healthcare services to its teeming population
largely as a result of the global economic recession, Structural Adjustment
Programme (SAP), IMF/World Bank imposed conditionalities of reduced public
spending on social services (including health), and devaluation of the naira. These,
coupled with a rapid population growth and political instability have resulted (over
years) in a gradual decline in government expenditure on healthcare and an
attendant deterioration of public healthcare services in terms of both quality and
This has reflected visibly on the health indices for Nigeria as evidenced by the high
Infant Mortality Rate (IMR), Maternal Mortality Rate (MMR) and the life expectancy at
In response to this, the Nigerian g
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2. BARRIERS TO EXCLUSIVE BREASTFEEDING PRACTICE AMONG HIV POSITIVE MOTHERS ATTENDING PREVENTION OF MOTHER TO CHILD TRANSMISSION CLINIC, SAGAMU, OGUN STAT...» ABSTRACT Mother to child HIV transmission occurs during pregnancy, at birth and during breastfeeding and it is the leading cause of infant mortality i...Continue Reading »
3. PREVALENCE OF BRUCELLOSIS IN SHEEP AND GOATS KEPT IN HOMES AND ASSESSMENT OF OWNERS’ KNOWLEDGE AND PREVENTIVE PRACTICES IN ZARIA, NIGERIA» CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND Brucellosis is a global zoonotic disease associated with significant morbidity that can lead to increased rate...Continue Reading »
4. PREVALENCE OF CHLORAMPHENICOL RESIDUES IN COMMERCIAL CHICKEN EGGS IN THE FEDERAL CAPITAL TERRITORY, ABUJA, NIGERIA» SUMMARY Drug residues in foods of animal origin are drugs and their metabolites which are found in edible tissues and milk of animals following their ...Continue Reading »
5. DETERMINANTS OF RESPONSIVE EMERGENCY OBSTETRIC REFERRALS AND REFERRAL INTENTIONS AMONG TRADITIONAL BIRTH ATTENDANTS IN LAGELU LGA, OYO STATE, NIGERIA» ABSTRACT Despite all efforts to reduce maternal mortality rate during the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) initiative, maternal mortality remains u...Continue Reading »
6. PARENTAL INFLUENCE ON ADOLESCENTS’ DIETARY PATTERNS IN ALIMOSHO LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA, LAGOS STATE, NIGERIA» ABSTRACT The eating habits of adolescents are of concern for public health, as there is a direct association between inadequate diet during this phase...Continue Reading »
» SUMMARY HIV has direct effect on child nutrition, the choice of Infant and Young Child Feeding in the context of HIV has significant effect on optimal...Continue Reading »
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10. PREVALENCE, KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDE OF PREGNANT WOMEN ON CONTROL MEASURES OF ANAEMIA IN MBULU DISTRICT, TANZANIA» CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background Information Anaemia has been defined by the World Health Organization (WHO) as “a condition in which...Continue Reading »