The West Africa Civil Society Institute, WACSI, has called for more strategies from stakeholders to tackle critical challenges facing the health sector in the African region, post COVID-19 pandemic.
The Head of Policy Influencing and Advocacy at the West Africa Civil Society Institute, Omolara Balogun, made the call at a Regional Multistakeholder Consultative Forum on Strengthening Public Health Systems and Enhancing Vaccine Access and Justice in West Africa, held in Abuja.
Balogun noted that a recent study indicated that the region was grappling with historic and emerging health crises, compounded by the devastating impact of the recent COVID pandemic in countries like Ghana, Nigeria, Liberia, Sierra Leone the Gambia and Senegal, Niger, Burkina Faso, Benin, and Cape Verde.
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Source: Daily Post Nigeria