A Roundtable On Vaccine Confidence and Education In Nigerian Communities
Maintaining and growing confidence in vaccination is an urgent public health issue. Research, development and communications around quality vaccines has been on the rise ever since. The COVID-19 pandemic gave us all a glimpse into what the world looks like without vaccination. Clinical trials and surveillance have shown that vaccines have a favorable safety and […]
2021 – A year of collaboration, connection and making impact
Welcome to 2022, and on behalf of the Nigeria Solidarity Support Fund, I would like to thank you for your support in the past year. Looking back, there is so much to be proud of. We recorded significant success and made progress in our key impact areas and this is due primarily to your unwavering […]
1.6 Million Vaccinations in 3 Months
In September 2021 the Nigeria Solidarity Support Fund NSSF entered a partnership with the National Primary Health Care Development Agency (NPHCDA) to support the vaccination of 1 million Nigerians across six states of the Federation (Adamawa, Edo, Imo, Katsina, Nasarawa, Ogun) by January 2022. The NSSF is pleased to announce that as of December 2021, […]
NSSF Auctions WeNaija Photography Competition Top Images
….…. Unveils Top 100 Entries
NSSF ‘Visions of Nigeria’ Photography Campaign Debuts Lagos, Nigeria
NSSF ‘Visions of Nigeria’ seeks to precipitate and renew interest in photography. It will recognize and celebrate the best photographers, based on their skill set and talent, judged solely based on their interpretation of the given theme.
Covid-19 Vaccination in Ogun State
The Nigeria Solidarity Support Fund was ably represented by our General Manager, Dr. Fejiro Chinye-Nwoko, at the flag-off of the COVID-19 mass vaccination campaign held in Abeokuta, Ogun State, on Monday. L-R, A member of the NPHCDA team; ED, NPHCDA Dr. Faisal Shuaib; Hon. Commissioner for Health, Ogun State, Dr.’Tomi Coker; GM/CEO, NSSF, Dr. Fejiro […]
NPHCDA Dr. FAISAL visits NSSF
NPHCDA Dr. FAISAL visits NSSF
Here Are Some Ways You Can Curb the Spread of COVID-19 Misinformation.
In the fight to curb the spread of the pandemic, we must address the threat of misinformation. The emergence of the deadly coronavirus led to an abundance of information being spread from all kinds of sources, causing an infodemic. An infodemic is regarded as excessive information—including false or misleading information—in digital and physical settings during […]
Let’s Take a Dive Into The COVID-19 Vaccine Glossary.
Coronavirus-related terms and phrases have become regular fixtures in news headlines and have become a part of our vocabulary. The COVID-19 vaccines —which have brought hope for people globally—have also introduced us to a bunch of words and terms, some of which you might not understand. We’ll be highlighting a few in this article, and […]
15 African Countries have met the 10% Covid-19 Vaccination Target
”Countries such as South Africa, Morocco, Tunisia, Zimbabwe, and Botswana, among others, have benefited greatly as a result of their ability to meet the target. Countries with smaller populations, such as Seychelles (98,462 people as of 2020) and Comoros (869,595), were able to join this list”