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Center for Public Health is Non Governmenal Organization. Not for profit, registered with corporate affairs commission. The Organization was initially founded of college of medicine in the university of Nigeria Enugu Campus as Society for Public Health in 1996.

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Disease has been with humans since before we were human. ... Some scientists believe that one out of every two people who have ever lived have died of a disease.See through the impact of our health activities and what our passion has made us to achieve so far.

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Mobilizing Rural Communities for Community health insurance

Our community mobilization in the rural areas continues
Centre for Public Health is determined to contribute in actualizing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) and making the Universal Health Coverage (UHC) a reality through the Community Based Social Health Insurance program (CBSHIP).
We are eliminating the financial and geographical barriers in accessing quality healthcare; it is beneficial and covers all your health needs.
It is just a contributory scheme where you are expected to contribute a little amount of money monthly to access all your health needs whenever you need it.
Dr C'fine Okorochukwu


The big question every parents must ask is how safe is our children in our homes. It has been stated that poisoning is another major causes of unintentional injury or deaths. Studies from both low-income and high income countries suggest that poisoning and their management are costly/
Major risk factor is that young children are particularly susceptible to the ingestion of poisons, especially liquid because they are very inquisitive, put most items in their mouth and are unaware of the consequences
Most common agents we use in our homes which contain numerous harmful substances  involved in childhood poisoning are :
-         Paracetamol
-         Cough/cold remedies
-         Vitamins/iron tablets
-         Antihistamine
-         Anti-inflammatory drugs
-         anti hypertensive
-         diabetics drugs
-         anti depressants
-         narcotics
-         analgesics
-         illicit drugs
-         bleach
-         disinfectants
-         detergents
-         cleaning agents
-         cosmetics
-         vinegar
-         paraffin/kerosene
-         pesticides
-         insecticides
-         rodenticides
-         herbicides
-         poisonous plants
-         Alcohol

1.    Remove all drugs from the reach of children; provide a cabinet where all the medication will be locked up.
2.    All chemicals and liquid must be kept in their original containers and well labelled
3.    Avoid storage of harmful substances in a beverage containers
4.    Avoid storage of kerosene, fuels in the soft drink or baby food containers.
5. Don't leave alcoholic drinks where kids can reach them. Take special care during parties — guests may not be mindful of where they've left their drinks. Clean up promptly after the party.
6. Keep bottles of alcohol in a locked cabinet far from kids' reach.
7. Keep mouthwash out of the reach of kids, as many brands contain substantial amounts of alcohol.
8. Food extracts, such as vanilla and almond, may contain alcohol and can be harmful to kids
9. Store all medicines — prescription and nonprescription — out of sight and out of reach of children, preferably in a locked cabinet. Even items that seem harmless, such as mouthwash, can be extremely dangerous if ingested in large quantities by children. Just because cabinets are up high doesn't mean kids can't get their hands on what's in them — they'll climb up (using the toilet and countertops) to get to items in the medicine cabinet.
10.  Make sure purses and bags — yours and guests' — that could contain poisonous items (such as medicine) are kept out of the reach of kids at all times.
11.  Always keep pills and liquids in their original containers.
12.  Try to keep a record of how many pills are left in their prescription containers.
13.  Be aware of all medicines in your home (and in those of relatives if your kids spend a lot of time there).
14.  Don't rely on packaging to protect your kids — child-resistant packaging does not mean childproof packaging.
15.  Never prepare or give medicine to a child in the dark: You may give the wrong dosage or even the wrong medicine.
16.  Never leave vitamin bottles, aspirin bottles, or other medicine on kitchen tables, countertops, bedside tables, or dresser tops. Kids may decide to try to copy adults and help themselves.
17.  Never tell a child that medicine tastes like candy.

18.  All medicines — even those intended for children — can be dangerous if accidentally taken by others, even in small amounts. If your older child or teen manages his or her own medicines, make sure they know and follow the family rules on safely storing the medicine. And always supervise them and make sure they're taking the proper doses.


In the fulfilment of our commitment to Goal 3 of Sustainable Development Goal (SDG), Universal Health Coverage (UHC) and Every Woman Every Child, CENTER FOR PUBLIC HEALTH a Non Governmental Organization with special consultative Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) of United Nation and associated with United Nation Department of Public Information (UN-DPI) has built and equipped their Hospital PINK ROSE HOSPITAL in Abia State. Recall that The Centre for Public Health committed $3 million through September 2018 towards eliminating the financial and geographical barrier toward accessing quality healthcare, through a community based social Health Insurance program. The Center for Public Health is to facilitate the registration of 1 million people into the community Based Social Health Insurance in Abia and Imo State of Nigeria, within the next 2 years. This will also be combined with the upgrading of 500 primary health centers in the rural areas as the organization will be adopting the Primary Health Centers from the government and training of 1000 health workers. From 4th January 2017 Center for Public Health through it Breast Cancer Support Initiative will be registering all the Breast Cancer patients, at PINK ROSE HOSPITALS LTD (Powered by Center For Public Health) No 4 ENYIUKWU ROAD EXTENSION/172 ABA ROAD (STANPOL JUNCTION) UMUAHIA, ABIA STATE call 08037446884, email: info@centerforpublichealth.org. This is to identify and support them to meet their various needs

Our Community Based Social Health Insurance Programme

Community Based Social Health Insurance Programme is a community based Initiative of National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS), it involves memberships from communities/occupational based group who contributes a little amount of money every month or seasonally in advance to access health services at no cost. This aimed at reducing the high cost of health services and geographical barriers in accessing health services. To register your community Contact Us for more details