Rural Health Mission Nigeria

"Eliminating Barriers to Quality Healthcare Access"

RHEMN Commemorates 2017 International Girls Child Day

​​International Day of the Girl Child increases awareness of issues faced by girls around the world. Many global development plans do not include or consider girls, and their issues become "invisible." More than 62 million girls around the world have no access to education. Worldwide and collectively, girls ages 5 to 14 spend more than 160 million hours more on household chores than boys of the same age do. Globally, one in four girls are...

RHEMN Provides free health service at Model Nursery/Primary school BCGA Gombe

The Rural Health Mission Nigeria School Health Services Team visits Model Nursery school in the outskirt of Gombe to deliver free healthcare services. This services is part of the "Raise a Healthy Child" project of the organization which focuses on providing essential obstetric and paediatric health services in hard-to-reach or underserved communities with the aim of reducing maternal and child mortality in Nigeria. In a one day visit, the team...

Vitamin Angels trained 78 RHEMN volunteers in Gombe on “Technical Competency”

Rural Health Mission Nigeria in collaboration with Vitamin Angels Foundation are training field volunteers on "technical competency" to safely administer vitamin A supplement and deworming. The VA technical team headed by Ms Adedoyin Adesina who over saw the training facilitation at Gombe said this training exercise is in line with VA's standard practice. service providers were trained in community education, antiseptic techniques to prevent...

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