Careers

CHELD employs smart, driven, people from different disciplines, who share our vision, including but not limited to lawyers, statisticians, and persons in health professions.  If you would like to work with  us, please send an email with a detailed resume to enquiries@cheld.org

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    Recently, I found myself stupefied by a statement by Dr Femi Thomas, the Executive Director of the NHIS on the amounts spent on health versus the amounts needed for universal health coverage in Nigeria. Currently we expend about 2.5 trillion naira, which includes premiums for national health plans, monies spent out of pockets and various…
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  • 47
    The CHELD team is comprised of lawyers, doctors, health professionals, social scientists, economists, public health specialists, gender specialists, and statisticians. Each professional brings their expertise to different aspects of CHELD’s work, providing a holistic approach to health law and policy development and to the execution of the practical projects that CHELD undertakes. A core team…
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  • 43
    By Nonso Attoh (Lecturer, Faculty of Law, University of Nigeria)   (Guest blog) Approaching the main gates of the University of Nigeria, Enugu Campus every morning, you are confronted with the sight of ahalf-naked, elderly-looking woman sleeping next to the gutter, surrounded by a motley assortment of garbage and clutter. Dishevelled, dirty, hair unkempt and…
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  • 40
    CHELD employs law, policy, ethics promotion and research to improve public health in Nigeria and other African countries.   Its broad mission is to provide information on, analyse current policy responses to health issues, advocate for health law reform, health system reforms, and health policy implementation.  Itseeks to influence and inform health law, ethics, regulation and…
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  • 40
    CHELD was established in 2010 to address the minimal use and employment of existing legislation, lack of knowledge about, and inadequate implementation of existing policies on health, as well as clear absence of needed policy directions in certain critical areas.  Nigeria’s track record on basic health issues such as women’s health (maternal mortality) and child…
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