It is no news that the Nigeria healthcare sector is in a deplorable state. Some of you might have confirmed this fact from personal experiences or from listening to the bitter complaints of an acquaintance, friend, or family member.
The healthcare sector is one of the foundational sectors of any country and so it should never be overlooked. The government has a duty to its citizens to build adequate infrastructures and put policies in place to ensure the healthcare sector thrives.
Regrettably, Nigeria with an estimated total of 23,640 health facilities operated via a three-tiered governance structure, and the country is ranked 187th by the World Health Organization (WHO) among 195 member states on health issues.
This development implied dysfunctional health system of the country because the healthcare service system lacked state of healthcare infrastructure, short of medical professionals, and other issues required in meeting international healthcare standards.
1. We are here to discuss the challenges in our Healthcare system.
2. Proffer solutions to existing challenges.
3. Implementation of basic solutions within reach.
4. Network with people who share the same ideology about our healthcare.
Thank you for being passionate about the healthcare system in Nigeria.
**Rule::: We believe everyone’s opinion counts here, irrespective of their views or background.
#1 We accept all contributions (solutions): We believe everyone has a voice and an opinion that can be heard
#2 We follow set out rules by the moderators: We plead with you to adhere to the set out rules made by the moderators of the day
#3 Opinions and views : The opinions and views given here are not the views or opinions of The Nigeria Healthcare organizers.
#1 We accept all contributions (solutions)
We believe everyone has a voice and an opinion that can be heard
#2 We follow set out rules by the moderators
We plead with you to adhere to the set out rules made by the moderators of the day
#3 Opinions and views
The opinions and views given here are not the views or opinions of The Nigeria Healthcare organizers.
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