Dr. Cheluchi Onyemelukwe Onuobia, now writes an opinion column for Daily Times

Posted by - May 31, 2012 - Opinion Column - No Comments
The Executive Director of CHELD, Dr. Cheluchi Onyemelukwe Onuobia, now writes an opinion column for Daily Times on Health Law and Policy matters every Thursday.  In addition to the weekly blog on the CHELD site, insights on health law and policy issues in Nigeria and Africa can be found there.
Please visit the website – www.dailytimes.com.ng. The first article is out today. See “Looking Out for Our Children” www.dailytimes.com.ng/opinion/looking-out-our-children

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