Rural Health Mission Nigeria is a nonprofit and a nongovernmental organization focusing on the provision of sustainable access to essential healthcare care services to hard-to-reach and underserved communities.

2017 marks the completion of the organization’s 3 years strategic goals which focused on maternal care, child care services and humanitarian services.

The 2018 strategic plan is the consolidation of the 2017 plan with some additions. the 2018 plan focuses on essential obstetric interventions, maternal and child services including nutrition, strengthening the intervention capacity of the local facilities, strengthening disease surveillance  and  expand health coordination within the intervention communities.


Four persons have been killed following the outbreak of cholera disease in Shege ward of Toto Local Government Area of Nasarawa State.
The state government confirmed this in a statement from the Nasarawa State Ministry of Health and obtained by Channels Television in Lafia, the state capital.
Thirty-eight cases of the disease were confirmed in the area and four of the patients died on their way to the primary healthcare facility in the ward.
According to the statement signed by the ministry’s Public Relations Officer, Mr Musa Abdullahi, the remaining 34 persons are in a stable condition and are receiving adequate treatment.
The incident has prompted the state government to deploy a team of medical personnel in the area to commence the distribution of drugs to the people.
Director of Public Health in the ministry, Dr Ibrahim Adamu, who led the team, assured residents that government would not relent in its efforts to curb the spread of the disease outbreak in the state.
He said a rapid response and investigation team has also been stationed in the area to attend to affected persons and to halt the further spread of the disease to other parts of the community.
SOURCE: Channels Television

RHEMN in collaboration with MCH Dogon Zare, Potiskum providing comprehensive lifesaving services to under-five and pregnant women. This pilot project will last till May, 2018 where the organization will sustain the provision of essential health services which include but not limited to deworming, Vitamin A supplementation, single dose antimalarials, high quality micronutrients for ANC, clean birth kits etc. Potiskum LGA is being sampled for this project with overall objective of reducing maternal and child mortality more especially in under-served and hard-to-reach communities.