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  • 78
    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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    One of the highlights for universal health coverage in Nigeria and for using the instrumentality of law to promote better health outcomes was the passage and the Presidential Assent to the National Health Act, in late 2014.  There is much hope that this Act will fulfil its promises to ensure that every Nigeria receives a…
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    CHELD is a non-profit initiative, established in 2010, and based in Lagos, Nigeria, which is established to employ law, policy, ethics promotion and research, and practical health development projects to improve public health in Nigeria and other African countries.      What We Do CHELD employs law, policy, ethics promotion and research to improve public health…
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    Reproductive health has received a lot of attention of late – and none too soon, I would say – with Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation significantly increasing funding for reproductive health, and UNFPA’s launch of the FamilyPlanning2020 project. Globally, there is an estimated 120 million women with unmet family planning needs – those who want…
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