HEALTH AND LIFESTYLE

Lagos to Carryout Research on 1, 140 Pregnant Women as part of Measures to Improve Healthcare

1, 140 women are to be placed on a medical study by the Lagos State Government as part of plans to improve healthcare services in the State .

December 1 has been set aside as the ideal date to commence the research program, which will take in 20 women each from the 20 Local Government Areas and from the 37 Local Council Development Areas (LCDA) of the State.

The Special Adviser to the Governor on Civic Engagement, Aderemi Adebowale, with some pregnant women.

This research phase, which would be commencing barely four months after the first phase of the programme, would include independent case studies with a follow up as well as monitoring of diverse medical and social indices that runs from next month to May 2021.

Commenting on the research programme on Thursday, the Special Adviser to the Governor on Civic Engagement, Aderemi Adebowale, at the second phase of MICH programme at Bariga Local Council Development Area, LCDA, disclosed that 15,000 participants have been earmarked for the three-year programme when fully launch.

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