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Malaria constitutes a major public health burden in Nigeria, accounting for 25% of under 5 mortality, 11% of maternal deaths and it is the number one cause of lost productivity and GDP due to health.
To complement the effort of Roll Back Malaria Partners and Government, the National Malaria Ambassador, Alhaji. Aliko Dangote GCON through the Dangote Foundation has facilitated the development of a Private Sector Engagement Strategic Plan (PSESP) to align the contributions of the Private sector to the National Malaria Strategic Plan for impact (NMSP)
The Strategy may provide a platform for you as National Leaders to contribute to a very important public health issue, and a significant impediment to our economy.
Anadach invites you to the Official Launch of PSESP by the Honorable Federal Minister of Health, Prof Issac. F. Adewole, and Alhaji Aliko Dangote, CEO/President of Dangote Industries
The Anadach Group is organizing this Launch on behalf of the National Malaria Elimination Program and the Dangote Foundation. If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Busola Shonowo at firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to seeing you at this meeting, which could be crucial to helping to resolve a key health issue in the country.
POSITION: Chief Nursing Officer
POSITION: Medical Lab manager
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POSITION: Laboratory Scientist
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Dr Egbe Osifo-Dawodu, founding partner of Anadach Group, is the invited Guest Speaker to the Association of Nigerian Physicians in the Americas, NJ Chapter. She will be talking about the "Ebola Outbreak in West Africa: Any lessons learnt? ".
On July 15 2015, the ICC Business Action to Stop Counterfeiting and Piracy (BASCAP) released the report “Promoting and Protecting Intellectual Property in Nigeria” during the Anadach workshop ” in Lagos. The report provides a comprehensive set of policy and legislative recommendations intended to help Nigeria establish a robust IP protection and enforcement regime capable of generating the significant economic and social benefits that lie ahead.
The report received valuable input, support and endorsement from ICC Nigeria, key local partners like the Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON), the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC), the African Intellectual Property Group (AIPG) and the Intellectual Property Law Association of Nigeria (IPLAN). Click here to view more details and download the details
20 July to 24 August 2015: Join the pre-Forum 2015 discussion on HIFA – Meeting the information needs of researchers and users of health research in low- and middle-income countries.This virtual discussion on HIFA brings together more than 8000 health researchers, publishers, librarians, policymakers, clinicians and information professionals to focus on key questions around access to health research. Please click here to view more details
InStrat (a key partner of Anadach) was invited by the Ondo State Government to conduct the electronic disease surveillance of the mysterious illness which has killed 13 people so far in Irele LGA. The team identifies Acute Methanol Poisoning as likely cause. This finding is now being confirmed by Ondo State MOH and the State WHO Office. And the team is now working on data validation and authentication.This rapid intervention and resolution builds on the knowledge and expertise developed from collaborative work with Anadach Group on Ebola monitoring. Please view more details on http://www.instratghs.com/
On March 12, the Center for Technology Innovation at Brookings examined mHealth applications in Africa, with a particular emphasis on mHealth innovations in Nigeria, Liberia and Sierra Leone paying specific attention to child and maternal health. Discussion centered on current implementation in Nigeria and elsewhere, how mobile solutions can serve to improve patient treatment and public health reporting in the developing world, and how communities are using such technologies to provide crucial epidemic treatment information to address health issues such as maternal mortality and epidemic outbreaks. Brookings Vice President Darrell West also presented his findings from the paper, "Using Mobile Technology to Improve Maternal Health and Fight Ebola: A Case Study of Mobile Innovation in Nigeria." which is Anadach's joint work with Vecna and Instrat on piloting ebola m-training in Nigeria
Transform 2015, hosted by Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation (CFI), brings together thought leaders from around the globe to tackle the challenges of transforming the future of health and health care. At TRANSFORM 2015, how people power health to create unprecedented opportunities to redefine the dynamics and impact of health and health care everywhere, everyday will be expored. Dr. Egbe Osifo-Dawodu, Partner at the Anadach Group was a past speaker at the 2014 event. http://www.mayo.edu/transform/talks/2014/ebola-outbreak-in-west-africa?_ga=1.85737565.510957039.1430511117