COVID-19 has shown that without health, we have nothing

Without strong health systems the lives of the marginalised population are at risk. Photo source: National Turk
Image credit: Nigeria Health Watch
Image credit: Nigeria Health Watch
Image credit: Nigeria Health Watch

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We use informed advocacy and communication to influence health policy and seek better health and access to healthcare in Nigeria. nigeriahealthwatch.com

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