Celebrating The Strength and Persistence of Nigeria’s Inspirational Women
We celebrate the strength, resilience, and achievements of women worldwide. At Nigeria Solidarity Support Fund, we recognize the unique challenges faced by women in Nigeria and are committed to supporting their empowerment. Women have been instrumental in promoting accountability, good governance, and immunization in Nigeria. Nigeria, the most populous country in Africa, has been facing […]
Nigeria’s Plan to Achieve Herd Immunity: Vaccination for All
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact Nigeria, expanding access to vaccines has become a top priority for the government. But, despite the efforts of health authorities, vaccine hesitancy remains a major obstacle to achieving herd immunity. So, how can we build community confidence in vaccines and overcome this challenge? One of the key drivers […]
NSSF Fireside Chat Explores Digital Literacy’s Impact on Healthcare in Nigeria
The Nigeria Solidarity Support Fund (NSSF) on the 14th of December 2022, organized a fireside conversation to discuss the role of digital literacy in improving health outcomes in Nigeria. The discussion was aimed at educating the public on the importance of digital literacy and technology-enabled care (TEC) in improving healthcare outcomes in Nigeria. The conversation […]
Mark Your Calendars For The WeNaija Book Launch!
This initiative by the Nigeria Solidarity Support Fund serves as an effort to empower and upskill Nigerian youths, equipping them to better navigate a post-Covid world.
NATIONAL PRIMARY HEALTH CARE DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (NPHCDA) AND NIGERIA SOLIDARITY SUPPORT FUND (NSSF) MEET TO EVALUATE THE 2021 COVID-19 VACCINATION SUPPORT PROGRAM
The evaluation meeting brought to light challenges faced by the supported six states, provided an open floor for shared learnings across the states and paved a way forward for next phase of funding support by NSSF.
NSSF Launches Literary Contest Tagged “Righting Our Story”
The NSSF literary contest invites young and upcoming writers, established authors to express their vision of a healthy Nigeria through written content.
International Day for the Eradication of Poverty: The commitments we make together for social justice, peace, and the planet
45% of the Nigerian population lives in poverty, and the World Bank estimates that an additional 95 million will be plunged into extreme poverty due to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
International Day Of The Girl Child 2022: Our time is now – our rights, our future
Girls’ aspirations are restricted in some regions of Nigeria since it is believed that they are not social beings like boys. The mistaken notion that women belong in the kitchen fosters the sad reality that many teenage girls are married off when they should be in the classroom.
World Mental Health Day 2022: Unemployment Likely To Lead To Depression In Nigerian Youths
These emotions, which are often referred to as the “unemployment blues,” manifest as anxiety, fatigue, a lack of focus, insomnia, restlessness, feelings of loneliness, and boredom, and can all extend into mental health problems and disorders.
Might Nigeria Have Inadequate Surveillance for The Endemic Monkeypox?
With the incessant outbreak and spread of the rare infectious zoonotic disease, Monkey Pox, in Africa, endemic countries like Nigeria should have a heightened surveillance of the disease. The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) has newly confirmed 21 new cases of this disease on Sunday, September 13th, 2022, which goes to confirm that this disease is still very much around.