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Adopt a PHC

Locations: Lagos and Oyo, Nigeria

Nigeria’s health care system is weak, ranking a dismal 187 out of 191 WHO member countries.

One of the main reasons for the weak health system is the dysfunctional state of the Primary Health Care (PHC) Services –  the foundation and cornerstone of any nation’s health system.

In line with our mission and vision, we at CeSAHA embarked on a community-based health intervention project tagged “Adopt A PHC program” with the slogan “Quality Health, Quality Life”.

We recently ‘adopted’ two Primary Health Centres (PHC) in Lagos and Oyo  States, with the goal to support the Lagos and Oyo States government in its current efforts to substantially improve the quality of life of the people through provision of high quality healthcare services even amidst this raging COVID-19 pandemic.


CeSAHA School Health Program (CSHP)

Location: Lagos, Nigeria

School health programme (SHP) is said to be one of the most efficient strategies that a nation can use to prevent major health and social problems. Next to the family, schools can serve as vehicles for imparting relevant health-related instructions, life skills and experiences that can prepare young people for their roles as healthy, productive and responsible adults.

CeSAHA commenced a CeSAHA School Health Programme with the goal to create and nurture a supportive school environment that is critical to promoting and maintaining the health of all pupils of LAKOWE community pupils, their staff and parents through a well designed and professionally delivered school health intervention programme.


Enhancing Public Access Defibrilation

Location: Lagos, Nigeria

In 2019, SAVE-a-HEART: Enhancing Public Access Defibrillation (E-PAD) in Nigeria Project kicked off, with the goal to: Improve Quality of Life and enhance Population Health through a fit for purpose Medical Emergency Response.

Its first objective was to create a national AED registry in Nigeria. 

Cardiac arrest may be reversible if there is timely intervention with adequate cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) performed and a defibrillator is used. The combination of these actions can restore a normal heart rhythm within a few minutes.

With the growing number of non-communicable diseases in Nigeria, and the many unrecorded cases of ventricular fibrillation and cardiac arrest, the incidence of Out of Hospital Cardiac Arrest (OHCA) and avoidable deaths could be higher.