Health and Education

Nigeria 2022 Health and Education

While Nigeria has made notable progress on several major wellness indicators in recent years, the country is grappling with health and social consequences stemming from the Covid-19 pandemic, in addition to structural challenges related to its public health system and the rollout of universal health care (UHC). However, with Nigeria’s large and young population, the longer-term prospects for investment in the sector remain promising. As the government works to meet education financing needs, new opportunities are present throughout the sector, including improving infrastructure and providing modern teaching materials. Getting young children in school will require a multi-pronged approach by the public and private sectors in the coming years. It will become increasingly important for stakeholders to identify future industries for students to be trained in, which should help address the country’s high underemployment rates, in turn, transforming the Nigerian economy through sustainable progress. This chapter contains an interview with Moji Adeyeye, Director-General of the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control.

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The Report

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Interviews & Viewpoints

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Moji Adeyeye, Director-General, National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC): Interview

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