• 1.5 million Nigerians die every year from diseases that could have been prevented by vaccines.
• Neglected tropical diseases continue to cause disabilities and deaths among Nigeria’s poorest communities.
• Polio has been 99.9% eradicated — and could become the second human disease in history to be completely wiped out.
• Call on the federal and state governments to invest in lifesaving vaccines to protect every child’s future.
• Tell governments around the world to #EndTheNeglect and prevent neglected tropical diseases.
• In 2020, no child should suffer from polio. Urge the Nigerian government to eradicate the disease globally.
Nigeria’s strength lies in its vibrant youth, representing an estimated 74.9 million individuals aged 18-35 as reported by populationpyramid. As this demographic continues to grow,
In Nigeria’s intricate healthcare landscape, a hidden adversary looms large, threatening the well-being of millions. Human Papillomavirus (HPV), an insidious and widespread virus, operates in
Understanding HPV and Its Link to Cervical Cancer in Nigeria: HPV (Human Papillomavirus) is a common virus that can affect anyone. In Nigeria, it’s a
In the heart of Nigeria, amidst its rich cultural diversity and breathtaking landscapes, lies a pressing issue that demands our attention and action: the health
Immunization is one of the most effective ways to protect people from preventable diseases. In Nigeria, routine immunization programs have helped to save millions of
Happy World Vaccine Day!Today, we’re celebrating the importance of vaccines in protecting our health and preventing diseases. Nigeria Solidarity Support Fund (NSSF) is committed to
Let’s talk about the importance of accountability and governance in the Nigerian healthcare system. It’s no secret that the lack of accountability and weak governance
The World Immunization Week 2023, which runs from April 24th to April 30th, under the theme “The Big Catchup” emphasizes the importance of catching up