Access Bank, Private Sector Health Alliance of Nigeria and Hacey health Initiative don come together to help stop malaria wey dey kill our country people.
Every yar, na about 100 million people dey suffer from malaria and this thing no good at all like that.
Omobolanle Victor-Laniyan , Head of Sustainability of Access Bank Plc talk say: “Owing to the mortality rate attributed to malaria, the grassroot remains the under-served communities that needs to be reached due to the high burden of malaria cases recorded in communities, due to their inability to afford long lasting insecticide treated nets to help the prevention of malaria,” Omobolanle Victor-Laniyan , Head of Sustainability of Access Bank Plc
“Despite significant investment in the health system, we are yet to see commensurate results in terms of outcomes. Current programmes are inadequate and we need to do things differently, we need to be more innovative and rethink our intervention. We have had issues with data and complex governance arrangements”, Dr Muntaqi stated.
“Some other African countries such as Morocco, Sri Lanka and Kazakhstan have been able to achieve zero malaria deaths. Why can’t Nigeria be put towards that part of zero malaria”