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WHO AFRO Outbreaks and Other Emergencies Week 10: 04 - 10 March 2019 Data as reported by17:00 10 March 2019

World Health Organization WHO, Regional Office for Africa, (2019)

Plague in Uganda Ebola virus disease in the Democratic Republic of the Congo Hepatitis in Namibia Lassa fever in Nigeria.

HIV Country Profile: 2017 - Nigeria

World Health Organization (WHO), (2017)

HIV Country Intelligence - HIV Country Profiles

Situation Report of Cholera Outbreak in Borno State No.81: wk 48 (26th November – 2nd December 2018)

Government of Nigeria, (2018)

The total number of suspected cholera cases reported as at 29 th October 2018 stands at 5,513 with 73 associated deaths, (CFR – 1.32%). 2174 in Jere, 1,283 in MMC, 341 in Magumeri, 34 in Kaga, 155 in Konduga, 136 in Chibok, 11 in Shani, 42 in Damboa, 1027 in Ngala, 88 in Askira-Uba, 161 in Kwaya-Kusar, 56 in Bama and 53 in Dikwa LGAs. No additional case reported from Kaga, Chibok, Shani, Damboa, Askira Uba, Kwaya-Kusar and Bama LGAs.

Yobe State Cholera Outbreak Situation Report No. 66: 26th November - 2nd December 2018

Government of Nigeria, (2018)

Cholera reactive vaccination exercise conducted between 26th November-2nd December, 2018 in Gulani LGA; 12 new suspected cholera cases were reported between 26th November- 2nd December from 2 LGAs (Damaturu and Gulani); 12 new samples were collected and tested, and yielded positive result for cholera using RDT; 0 death was reported.


Every Preemie—SCALE, (2017)

The information provided here can be used to understand the current situation, increase attention to preterm births in Rwanda and to inform dialogue and action among stakeholders. Data can be used to identify the most important risk factors to target and gaps in care in order to identify and implement solutions for improved outcomes.

NIGERIA STATE DATA PROFILES: An Accountability Tool for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health in Nigeria

Save the Children International, (2014)

Nigeria is Africa’s most populous nation and accounts for nearly one quarter of the continent’s maternal, newborn and child deaths. In the spirit of the global Countdown to 2015 for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health and the Nigerian Saving One Million Lives Initiative, these state data profiles have been designed to prompt and inform policy and programme action. Without data there can be no accountability. Without accountability we risk making no progress for Nigeria’s women and children. The data included in these profiles come mainly from large-scale, periodic household surveys. Continued efforts are needed to strengthen civil registration, vital statistics and health management information systems, as well as the institutional capacity to gather and use these data. Updated from 2011, these data profiles can be used to compare progress in different areas, identify opportunities to address specific coverage gaps, and monitor implementation.

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