How common is malaria in Nigeria?

Malaria is transmitted all over Nigeria; 76 % of the population live in high transmission areas while 24 % of the population live in low transmission areas. The transmission season can last all year round in the south and is about 3 months or less in the northern part of the country.

Is there public health in Nigeria?

Nigeria is the seventh most popular country in Africa facing challenging health problems that needs to be addressed using public health principles.

Why is the infant mortality rate so high in Nigeria?

With a 13% immunization rate for children between 12-23 months, Nigeria is the African country with the lowest vaccination rate. Substantial presence of Acute Respiratory Infections and diarrhoea also contribute to the elevated mortality rates for children.

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