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 expanding access to vaccines in Nigeria and building community confidence in vaccines. We understand the critical role that vaccines play in protecting our communities and creating a healthier world. As […]
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 structures have contributed to poor healthcare outcomes in the country. But don’t worry, there are some recommendations that can help improve the situation. Firstly, the Nigerian government needs to strengthen […]
Nigeria Solidarity Support Fund (NSSF) Marks World Immunization Week: Focuses on Catching Up on Missed Vaccines
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 on missed vaccinations due to the disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.Unfortunately, the COVID-19 pandemic has affected healthcare services worldwide, including immunization services. This has resulted in many children and […]
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 […]
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 […]
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.
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.
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.
Most of the time, Nigerians must pay for their medical expenses, and the costs are high. Given that the government spends 3.9% of the nation’s GDP on healthcare and that 45% of Nigerians are poor, it is obvious that the majority of people in the country could consider decent medical care to be a luxury. Every […]