What We Do
We promote better health outcomes in Nigeria and other African countries.
Centre for Health Ethics Law and Development (CHELD) is a not for profit, nongovernmental organization registered in Nigeria established in 2010 (www.cheld.org). The organization is both a research think-tank and an implementer in the area of public health, mental health, child health and survival, gender-based violence, NCDs and migration and their intersections with health, amongst other areas of interest.
What We Do
Whilst health has scarcely ever been a Legislative priority in Nigeria, mental health in particular has received an infinitesimal level of attention in law and policy making.
Today, June 26 marks the International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking, a day so designated by the United Nations General Assembly in December 1987 to curb drug abuse, worldwide.
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Our ultimate goal is to promote better health outcomes in Nigeria and other African countries, while educating health professionals about their legal and ethical obligations