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NO SOCKS NO SHOE, a major drama production put together by GAM Television under the directorship of Mrs. Veronica van de Kamp for SOAIDS to celebrate the World Aids Day on December 2nd at No Limit, Amsterdam was a huge success. The event attracted people from all works of life and it was an occasion to make a public declaration that no stigma any longer for persons living with HIV/Aids.

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Mrs. Veronica van de Kamp: Director of GAM TV

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It was with great joy and happiness that I received the news of the recent delisting of Nigeria from the embarrassing club of countries (Nigeria and the ravaged countries of Afghanistan and Pakistan) with gold, silver and bronze medals in Polio endemicity by the World Health Organization (WHO).

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 MG 9370There is the popular adage that’s says health is wealth and for that simple reason, Stichting Ramaya has put together a series of health education program for enlightening immigrant communities living in the Amsterdam area on their health conditions.
According to the coordinator of the Project, Jerry Sulaiman, Africans form a greater part of the Immigrant group living in Amsterdam, it is estimated that there are more than 10,000 Africans living in the Netherlands and the majority of them resides in Amsterdam particularly Southeast area.

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The fall in oil prices in the global market which emerged in 2014 and the introduction of some austerity measures by the Nigerian government may adversely affect funding, financial allocations and releases to Nigeria’s health sector, particularly if the health sector in this crucial MDG target year is not given topmost priority by the various levels of government.
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enabulele 1The President of the Nigerian Medical Association (NMA), Dr Osahon Enabulele, on behalf of the Association applauds the Chief Servant of Niger State, HE Dr Muazu Babangida Aliyu (Talba Minna) for heeding to the wake-up call of NMA in directing the Niger State Civil Service Commission to urgently develop an effective modality of conducting an annual medical check-up for the state’s work force.
 
This unprecedented directive was a spontaneous response to the sudden death of Hajiya Bilkisu Mahmoud, a civil servant in Niger state, who allegedly slumped and later died at the Specialist Hospital while on an assignment at the Government House, Minna (as reported by various media organisations).The Association painfully laments the poor attitude of many Nigerians, including the elites, who place health seeking behaviour at the bottom-most parts of their priority scales of preference. The NMA notes with dismay that the cliché “health is wealth” appears to have little or no meaning among the populace.
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