said that the free test and medical services were accessible at the 776 health facilities across the state.
of YPP simply said subsidy should be removed because, 'subsidy, to a typical Nigerian, is a scam', while Abdullahi-Iya of ANN said 'subsidy is fraught with corruption.
said in her opening statement said she was passionate about girl-child education, adding that she 'spent the early years of my adulthood in the development of a common Nigeria.''
said that the state government had appointed Yargaya Hospital in Dawakin Kudu local government area for the cure and management of the disease, in case of any additional outbreak.
'Healthcare provision is a team work as such there is need for all and sundry to participate towards improving the system from the grassroots,'' Getso
Similar efforts to contact the state Commissioner for Health, Dr Kabiru Getso
also proved abortive as he refused to take several phone calls and text message, to get his reaction to the situation.
'The commissioner for health, Dr Kabiru Getso
and some officials of the ministry are now on their way to the affected areas in Bebeji local government to assess the situation.
Earlier, the state Commissioner for Health, Dr Kabiru Ibrahim Getso
, said apart from the donated motorcycles, the WHO had budgeted N1.5 billion for 2018 to support Kano on training and logistics for the movement of the medical team during the exercise.
With leaders from the private and governmental sectors expected to make announcements at next weeks Global Climate Action Summit, the moment is right to kick off a longer term organizing campaign to demand 100% clean energy, investment in programs to cut emissions, and a new energy economy that benefits workers and all communities, said Paul Getsos
, National Director for Peoples Climate Movement.
"We're using this as a tactic to advance the strategy of building enough power to win on climate over the course of the long haul," said Paul Getsos
, national coordinator for the Peoples Climate Movement.
Wernick, Laura, John Krinsky, Paul Getsos
, and Community Voices Heard 2000 WEP: Workfare, New York City's Public Sector Sweatshop Economy.
The administration's position against job-training relies on an idealization of labor markets that bears no resemblance to the kinds of labor markets into which WEP workers were likely to move (Maxwell, 1998; National Employment Law Project, 1999; Youdelman and Getsos