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Members of a Bauchi-based CSO, Journalists for Public Health and Development Initiative (J4PD) have congratulated the State Governor, Sen Bala Mohammed for clocking the first one year of his second term in office.

The CSO in a statement by its Executive Director, Elizabeth Nange Kah observed that “For the health sector, the last one year has witnessed tremendous growth and development through many interventions.”

The intervention included the rehabilitation and upgrading of health facilities especially at rural areas thereby making healthcare services delivery easily accessible to the people.

Also, the state has provided an enabling environment for international partners to operate thereby improving effective and efficient healthcare service delivery through supportive roles.

“J4PD is particularly delighted for the reactivation of the Renal Centre at the State Hospital, a development that has now made accessing such services readily available and affordable to the people particularly the less privileged,” it added.

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The statement further contained, “We also commend the government for partnering with Johns Hopkins Programme for International Education in Gynecology and Obstetrics (JHPIEGO) in the area of providing effective and efficient healthcare service delivery to improve maternal and child health in the state.”

According to J4PD, “Our expectations are that this partnership and collaboration which we understand is for 3 years initially, will focus on improving uptake of family health and encourage antenatal and postnatal services.”

It added, “We, members of the J4PD are ready partners in progress with the State Government, our services are in place as we together build a healthy society. We remain committed to good health for the people.”

J4PD also commended the administration for prioritising education by providing infrastructure and manpower for the schools across the state stressing that a solid foundation is being laid in the sector.

It then assured that its members were ready to partner with the government in the area of creating awareness and embarking on advocacy to attract more donors to intervene for the state.

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