Since the beginning of the pandemic there's been a lot of disbelief Cynthia is one of those who doubt the existence of covid-19 so i took her on a journey to find out answers for herself. She spoke with a medical lab scientist and a member of the Covid-19 taskforce Imo state and also a public health expert to have her questions answered.
Produced by - DJxtreme
Program - Darling Clinic
Have we equipped our health workers in Nigeria enough to fight COVID-19?Is it time to review the hazard allowance? Felix Abraham Obi a public health expert with over 15 years experience in implementing health and development programs in Nigeria. He currently works with Results for Development Institute (a US nonprofit) and provides technical support to the Federal Ministry of Health and its agencies to design and implement universal health coverage programs in Nigeria.
On Darling Clinic we paid attention to our testing capacity in Nigeria and Imo state. Had the conversation with Dr Kingsley Excel Dunga a medical lab scientist and a researcher also the president association of medical lab scientists Imo state chapter. #Covid19Testing #ImoCovid19Update
We spoke to different people to find out if shelter in place is working in their communities. Then the WHO Imo state director tells us why staying at home can help flatten the curve on #DarlingClinic #ImoCovid19Update #Covid19
On Darling clinic today we find out how people in our community are taking responsibility to reduce the spread of #CoronaVirus . I also speak with an expert Chidindu Mmadu Okoli to learn how to take responsibility.
This is a program on #DarlingClinic on how states with cases in Nigeria are dealing with #Coronavirus comparing it to how people in Imo state are protecting themselves. Then what we can do to protect the elderly in Nigeria.
If i'm menstruating, i don't go to school because there's no water. . . Find out how lack of water affects students. Clean water and hygiene is SDG 6 but apparently most people do not have access to water and this is a violation of their human rights to water.
Imagine the world leaving you behind even when she could carry you on. The world is 10 years away from the 2030 timeline set to achieve Sustainable Development Goals. SDG 3 is Good Health and well being and to achieve this the WHO s championing Universal Health Coverage and this means that everyone no matter where they are or who they are can access quality and affordable healthcare without sinking into poverty.
Apparently the villagers in Umuhu 1 Atta Ikeduru local government area, Imo State Nigeria are already feeling left behind as might also be the cases for some other villages in the World. #PrimaryHealthCenter #UniversalHealthCoverage #FundPHC #LeavingNooneBehind