Her Excellency Mrs Toyin Ojora SarakiWife of the Senate President of the Federal Republic of NigeriaFounder-President, Wellbeing Foundation Africa (WBFA)Inaugural Global Goodwill Ambassador, International Confederation of Midwives (ICM)
Toyin Saraki demands better respect, recognition, regulation, remuneration and safety for midwives, frontline health workers at United Nations General Assembly
Toyin Saraki, speaking at the United Nations General Assembly this week, called on Governments and global institutions to provide better respect, recognition, regulation, remuneration and safety for midwives, frontline health workers
Toyin Saraki leads High-Level Child Health and Malaria Forum at the United Nations General Assembly; joins global health leaders to launch Access Challenge One by One: Target 2030
Toyin Saraki yesterday chaired the forum on Child Health and Malaria during the Access Challenge Universal Health Coverage Conference during the United Nations General Assembly.
Toyin Saraki delivers stark warning at United Nations General Assembly “We must bolster five key areas or fail to deliver on the Sustainable Development Goals”
Her Excellency Mrs Toyin Ojora Saraki has sounded a warning bell as the United Nations General Assembly convenes in New York.Toyin Saraki cautions that unless significant progress is made, the Sustainable Development Goals will not be met by the global community.
International Confederation of Midwives Global Goodwill Ambassador Toyin Saraki condemns killing of midwife in Nigeria
Toyin Saraki calls for second midwife and further health-care worker to be released Her Excellency Mrs Toyin Ojora Saraki, Global Goodwill Ambassador of the International Confederation of Midwives, has condemned in the strongest terms the murder of International Committee of the Red Cross midwife Saifura Hussaini Ahmed Khorsa.
Toyin Saraki welcomes new World Health Organization ‘State of Health in Africa’ report; calls for sustainable improvements towards universal health coverage
Her Excellency Mrs Toyin Ojora Saraki, Special Adviser to the Independent Advisory Group of the World Health Organization (WHO) Regional Office for Africa, has welcomed the launch of ‘The State of Health in Africa’ report which demonstrates that improvements in health can only be sustained and expanded if countries significantly alter the way they deliver essential health services.