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Rotary's Contribution to Nigerians Health Care
At the public presentation of the results of the Rotary Maternal and Child Health Project in Abuja in May 2015 Professor Hadiza Galadanci, one of the leading experts on maternal health in Nigeria, enumerates the achievements of the project which has now been successfully established in 20 hospitals in Nigeria, and points out the challenges that are still lying ahead of the Nigerian health system. … more Professor...
At the end of July, the United Nations Population Division released the key findings of the 2015 revision of its periodic World Population Prospects series. The UN’s median variant projections now are for a world population of 8.5 billion in 2030, 9.7 billion in 2050 and 11.2 billion in 2100. These figures are a slight increase over those in the 2012 Revision due to more complete data from the 2010 round of national...
RFPD and Humanitarian Projects
I received an email from a member of RFPD proposing a particular area of service for our interest and best of all, this person got right to the heart of the matter and volunteered to raise funds from many clubs to fund the project.Certainly a role that we can do well is to bring clubs and people together. And, we want to do that – bring together a club that want to meet a need where they are and a club that wants to...
Stop Mothers Dying!
“Women are not dying because of diseases we cannot treat. They are dying because societies have yet to make the decision that their lives are worth saving” …..Mahmoud Fathalla , Past President, FIGO Why Mothers Die? A silent tragedy Are you moved by the dreadful statistics of 3 women and 20 babies dying at childbirth every 5 minutes? These occur mostly in low resource countries in Africa and South East Asia. The...
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