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E-platform introduced by project “Rotary Strengthens the Nigerian Health System” – initiated and supported by RFPD
The Initial Training Course on the www.mch-nigeria.net e-platform was conducted together with the Federal Ministry of Health (FMoH) during 2-days for all Maternal and Child/Reproductive Health Executives and statisticians of the project states in Abuja, Nigeria. It was followed by a 1-day training at hospital level for medical record officers and midwives in all 8 project states. In total 146 participants from hospital to...
Statement of Monsignore Prof Obiora Ike on the necessity of Family Planning
Statement of Monsignore Prof Obiora Ike from Nigeria, CEO of Globethics.net Foundation, Geneva, about the necessity of Family Planning, (excerpt of his speech at the event “20 Years RFPD”, Oct 1, 2016): …what we teach others, that is what matters. It is not what we have but what we give to others that matters. It is much more...
Promising collaboration - FIGO & RFPD
Every day about 800 women worldwide die from complications related to pregnancy and child birth. This equals 1.5 times the number of passengers fitting into an Airbus A380 or 2.5 times the number of passengers in the Boeing 787 Dreamliner. 99 percent of these maternal deaths occur in developing countries and most of them are preventable. With the worldwide start of its Future Vision Programme on 1st July 2013, Rotary...
20th Anniversary of Successful Project Work...
“Be a friend” – the Rotary International Theme of 1994/95, when Bill Huntley was our President, maintained a special meaning for two Rotarians who met for the first time as class mates of Huntley’s International Assembly of 1994. The then incoming Governors, Emmanuel Adedolapo (Dolapo) Lufadeju from Nigeria and Robert Zinser from Germany, have ever since been close friends and successful partners in one of the...
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