Health Policy

Health Policy

The popular saying that health is wealth” is a statement of a fact to which the Parts strongly believes. Since a healthy nation is a wealthy nation, the Party shall pay attention to the sector and seek to aggressively tackle the inherent problems in this initial sector.

The Party’s policy thrust in the health sector shall be to provide cheap, affordable and effective medical services to all Nigerians.

To achieve this, the Party shall:

Place emphasis on the provision for preventive and curative health care by making primary health care the main focus of the National Health Policy and the National Health Delivery Service
Provide free medical consultation to children, aged and other vulnerable groups like the physically challenged.
Build and equip hospitals, most especially tertiary health institutions through the acquisition and maintenance of medical equipment and upgrading of training for medical and paramedical staff.
Intensify the National Programme of Immunization (NPI), in conjunction with he UNICEF
Encourage continuous exchange and cross- fertilization of ideas between orthodox and traditional medical practitioners with a view’ to achieving a more effective health care delivery.
Create enabling environment for the establishment of more health facilities by private individuals and the private sector to support and complement the effort of government.
Introduce a legislation for the rehabilitation of destitute and the physically challenged persons by providing and encouraging them to seek gainful employment and decent and accessible accommodation.
Ensure efficient management of the Drug Revolving fund and to sustain the drive against fake drugs.
Extend health facilities to the rural areas.
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