2017 budget dims hope on improved access to primary healthcare

by | December 16, 2016 11:57 am



The Federal Government’s N252.87bn recurrent expenditure and N51billion capital expenditure plans for 2017 is raising concerns among health practitioners for the fate of millions of Nigerians especially the poor and vulnerable who depend on government-funded primary healthcare facilities. Civil society groups and non-governmental agencies have been urging the government to pay critical attention to areas…

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