Rural Health Mission Nigeria

"Eliminating Barriers to Quality Healthcare Access"

90% of Antibiotics use Unnecessary -Experts 

​With United Nations prediction that antibiotic resistance could kill 10 million people every year by 2050 if nothing is done, experts have warned that 90 percent of antibiotics use is unnecessary. SUMMIT: From left – Haitian-American physician, Dr. Nadine Regis; Dr. Yoav Golan; Convener/Founder, Global Infectious Diseases Initiative, Dr Folarin Olubowale and Lagos State Commissioner for Health, Dr Jide Idris, during the Infectious Diseases...

RHEMN Introduces Citizens Funded Free Healthcare in Rural Nigeria

​This is a 6 months community project which is designed to be implemented in a mutual participation of the community stakeholders and RHEMN organization. The project package provides basic healthcare services at the community level with active participation of the community members. Services: 1. Immunization services 2. antenatal services 3. Access to basic obstetric emergency services 4. Environmental sanitation 5. Health education...

RHEMN Releases First batch Report of Humanitarian Intervention on the Mambilla Plateau.

Summary Following the communal conflict on the Mambilla plateau which erupted on 17/06/17 leading to loss of lives and properties across several communities as well as displacement of about 8385 persons according to the independent assessment report. Rural Health Mission Nigeria in c ollaboration with Mambilla Plateau citizens (Mambilla Plateau Legacy Group) launched a fundraising campaign to support the victims of the crisis. RHEMN team was...

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