Nigeria Health

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Overall indicators in Nigeria paint a picture of a country in need of developing its health sector, but prospects for growth and further modernisation are bright, as the industry has been improving gradually. Previously the federal government was relatively lax in facilitating the advance of the health care industry, but recent developments show...

Disease prevention, a vital aspect of the health care sector’s development, has the ability to create enormous cost savings, as preventive health measures tend to be significantly less expensive when compared with disease treatment. HIV/AIDS provides an excellent example of an extremely difficult and costly disease to treat, yet an incredibly easy...

Chapter | Health & Education from The Report: Nigeria 2012

Overall indicators in Nigeria paint a picture of a country in need of developing its health sector, but prospects for growth and further modernisation are bright, as the industry has been improving gradually. Funding for health care in Nigeria tends to be low, at approximately $13 per capita annually. The 2012 federal budget allocated some $1.81bn for the sector, amounting to 5.9% of the total....

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