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The IMF Article IV Consultation on Nigeria shows the Outlook and Priorities for the Nigerian Government and looks at Nigeria’s exchange rate scheme, revenue generation, the hanging fruits or quick wins for Nigeria’s diversification projects and plans.

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The Federal Ministry of Health’s (FMOH), National Health Policy documents, of 1988, 2004 and 2016 have overseen critical stages in the evolution of the Nigeria Health System with far reaching impact on improving the performance of the system over the course of their lifetime. In the decades prior to the current 2016 policy, Nigeria has recorded some progress and improvements in key indices for ‘major’ communicable diseases (HIV/AIDS, TB and Malaria), as well as maternal and child health. Recently, Nigeria has been able to among others, interrupt the transmission of wild poliovirus, eradicate the Guinea-worm disease and successfully contained
the spread of the deadly Ebola virus disease. These successes have been proof of the benefit of building a resilient health system that assures access to basic health care services in a sustainable manner. The national health sector supply chain strategic plan is borne from the 2016 National Health Policy. As part of the agenda in the National Health Supply Chain Strategic and Implementation Plan (NHSCP) 2021-2025, the FMOH aims at improving the capacity of the supply chain to accurately quantify, procure and cost effectively
distribute quality medicines and other health products to the last mile.
The imperatives in this strategic plan are optimizing national leadership, governance and coordination role play, advancing performance through private sector-like business operation, and promoting decision making that is based on data analytics generated information. As importance as ever, is the need to deploy a strategy that fosters end-to-end visibility of the supply chain, leading to accountability of all
stakeholders and partners for inventory and performance.

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