AFENET is committed to promoting epidemiological research and knowledge sharing. AFENET Nigeria has successfully facilitated three previous manuscript writing workshop in 2019 with over 40 manuscripts undergoing peer reviews in high impact journals globally. Between 30th of September and 4th of October 2019, AFENET facilitated the fourth NFELTP Scientific Writing Workshop of 2019. The facilitators […]

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AFENET Nigeria attended and participated in the 2019 mid-year health system strengthening program review meeting in Kano State. The meeting which held on July 20, 2019 reviewed progress of the tripartite agreement between the Kano state government, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) and Aliko Dangote Foundation. Hosted at the government house, the meeting was […]

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Nigeria, with a population of over 180 million and endemic for Wild Polio Virus (WPV), has not recorded any case of WPV for close to three years.

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Nigeria FELTP Cohort 10 residents recently completed Cluster 2. A total of 58 residents participated in this didactic session The practical and hands-on teaching methods emphasize the importance of field experience and facilitate the application of concepts learnt in the classroom.  The One Health concept which AFENET promotes is fostered during the clusters of lectures […]

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AFENET Nigeria is working closely with the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) to drive catalytic actions towards implementing the Regional Disease Surveillance System Enhancement (REDISSE) Project, with funding support from the RESOLVE To Save Lives (RTSL) initiative. With RTSL support, AFENET established an Implementation Support Unit (ISU) in NCDC whose main objective is to […]

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