Maigodiya center for youth dev parleys private sector in Adamawa

Maigodiya center for youth dev parleys private sector in Adamawa

Maigodiya center for youth development budget alert clusters has held a private sector engagement meeting with thirteen Private sectors in Adamawa with a call on them to leverage their expertise, resources and innovation to enhance the health sector.

Adamawa police arrest two over threats to kill, kidnap others

The private sector engagement which took place at Duragi hotel was organized by health budget alert clusters led by maigodiya center for youth development with support from strengthening civil advocacy and local engagement SCALE.

Adamawa/Taraba journalists commit to sustained reportage on MNCH issues

Giving the overview of the partnership of the promotion of maternal and child health project, Aminu Usman programme manager of Maigodiya center for youth development said the budget alert clusters comprises of nine civil societies and professional bodies in Adamawa and taraba states.

Gumi carpets FG for threatening to sanction Trust Tv, BBC over documentary on banditry

He explained that the major goals of the budget alert clusters is to contribute to the reduction of maternal and child mortality in both states.

Adamawa Media Staff Protest Over Alleged Partiality In Appointment Of Directors

Aminu Usman enumerated four main objectives of the project to include increase budget allocation to the health sector to at least fifteen percent of the total state budget,there should be eighty percent budget performance.

Others are, institutionalization of death surveillance and response, institutionalization of essential life saving commodities in all health facility in both state.

The programme manager added that the essence of the private sector engagement is for them to support and contribute back to the society they are operating particularly in the health sector.

Earlier in his welcome address the Chairman of Nigeria union of Journalist State chapter, Comrade Ishaka Donald Dedan appreciate maigodiya center for youth development for their initiative and partnership with the union in area of health care.

He reiterates continued commitment of Nigeria union of Journalists in advocating and engaging with various stakeholders for the increase in budget allocation in the health sector in the state.

After extensive deliberation a communique was drafted by the private sector and civil societies organizations where they all resolved to partner and carry out series of projects to include carrying out medical outreach to sensitive community of Yola north local Government.

Others are advocacy on the need for pregnant mother’s to attend antenatal care at all times,as well as advocate full implementation of free medical care for infants inline with the directives of Adamawa State Governor among others.

Highlights of the event was presentations by the vice president North East of Nigeria union of Journalist Mr Zare Baba, Mr Tuwanga Peter from Jana foundation, Fatima Belel from FABEL foundation and Hauwa Kumshe where they reaffirmed support towards achieving the set objectives of the health budget alert clusters.


We do hope that the information we were able to provide you are helpful. Checkout out other unique articles on our blog for more detailed information and do well to share with your friends and family. Follow us on our Twitter and Facebook to stay updated with premium information.

Please leave any comments or questions in the area given below.

DISCLAIMER: The views and opinions expressed in Fact Check are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Fact Check. Any content provided by our bloggers or authors is of their opinion and is not intended to malign any religion, ethnic group, club, organization, company, individual, or anyone or anything.

Information is presented to the best of our knowledge and while we endeavor to keep the information up to date and correct, we make no representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, about the completeness, accuracy, reliability, suitability, or availability concerning the website or the information, products, services, or related graphics contained on the website for any purpose. Therefore, any reliance you place on such information is strictly at your own risk.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here