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ABOUT A Community Health Practitioner is a specially trained Professional who provides promotive, preventive, curative and rehabilitative health activities and services to the people where they live and work. In carrying out these tasks, there are a set of codes of professional conducts, ethics and etiquette that they are mandatory to follow. Community Health Practitioners Registration Board Of Nigeria is a statutory board under the Federal Ministry of Health established by the need for a regulatory board for community health practice. It was established by Decree Number 61 of 1992, now CAP C 19, Laws of the Federation of Nigeria, 2004 and till date is responsible for determining and stating what standards of knowledge and skills individuals seeking to become members of the profession of Community Health must have and attain and improving those standards from time to time as the ages change. At the Community Health Practitioners Registration Board of Nigeria, CHW can register to become a member, check the registered institutions, get or check a license or report a misconduct of a practitioner. SERVICES At the Community Health Practitioners Registration Board of Nigeria,one can register to become a member,check the registered institutions,get or check a license or report a misconduct of a practitioner BEST FEATURES Before heading to the Community Health Practitioners Registration Board of Nigeria,you should go along with a proper means of identification,necessary documents and of course writing materials in the event of a seminar BEST TIME TO VISIT Best Time to visit the board are during its working hours of 9am to 6pm daily and 10am to 4pm on saturdays, then you can get all the help you need,working hours may differ during the holidays however WHO CAN VISIT Visitors includes medical practitioners, staff and government officials SAFETY There is no threat to safety at the Community Health Practitioners Registration Board of Nigeria
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History of NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Abuja NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Abuja. This camp ground is where the 3 weeks NYSC Orientation Course takes place. It involves physical drills, lectures and training, and social activities intended to foster interactions among Corpers. Security/Safety of NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Abuja This is a very safe location. What To Bring Before heading to NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Abuja, here are some helpful things to take along with you: Your required documents such as Call-up letter, Statement of Result, Student ID Card, etc. Passport photographs A waist pouch White tees and shorts Cash Housing necessities Best Features This is a temporary campground, with the Federal Government already with plans to set up a permanent site. The camp ground features structures and facilities for paramilitary drills, accommodation rooms, lecture halls, open field for sports and assembly and many of such. There are military personnel who train Corpers on appropriate military ceremonial matching, sports, as well as Man-O-War physical drills. There is the large market operated by the locals popularly called "Mami Market" where all camp needs are sold, including food and drinks. Writer's Review It is said that Orientation Camp is the best part of NYSC, and it is somewhat true. Here, you meet people from all parts of the country and learn and accept local customs and different cultures, make new friends, build camaraderie and learn what to expect during your service year. All through your stay in the camp, except Sunday worship mornings, you will wear your all-white tees, shorts and shoes. You will be served meals thrice daily but most Corpers prefer eating at the Mami Market where the choice and quality of food is better. There is always an activity for each time of the day, with brief moments in the evening allowed for personal use. Go to camp with an open mind and a thirst for adventure and you will enjoy it to the fullest.
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About This is a government-owned hospital with various wings and multi-specialists dedicated to the provision of quality, accessible and affordable healthcare services. Services Our services vary from Accident and Emergency to Internal Medicine, Physiotherapy, Laboratory Services etc.
This is one hospital that provides quality services in
medical areas such as Ante-Natal, Post-Natal, Gynaecology, Accident and
Emergency, Diabetes Support Center, Medical Laboratory, Dental, General
Outpatient Treatment, Medical and Surgical, Obstetrics and Gynaecology,
Ophthalmology, Pediatrics and Child Health, Physiotherapy, and
Radiological Services. It has continuously rendered qualitative services
to millions of patients, irrespective of race, creed, colour, social
status, religion etc. Who Can Visit The hospital is open to anyone that has an appointment or needs medical attention. Best Time To Visit 24/7 Services We are always available for you everyday through out the year. Safety It is a safe location.
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History of National Industrial Court of Nigeria, Abuja National Industrial Court of Nigeria, Abuja. A judicial powerhouse, this is the Abuja division of the National Industrial Court of Nigeria. It is a specialized court for tackling disputes connected with labour and industrial relations. Security/Safety of National Industrial Court of Nigeria, Abuja This is a very safe location. If you must take it, put your phone on Silent Mode while court is in session What To Bring Before heading to National Industrial Court of Nigeria, Abuja, here are some helpful things to take along with you: Your Wig and Black Gown if you are a practicing Lawyer All documents relating to your case Copies of your passport photograph Most common visitors Law practitioners, clerical staff, Journalists, Labour Union members, and Business owners and individuals.
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History of Court of Appeal, Abuja Court of Appeal, Abuja was established in 1995. Built by Federal Government in 1995.
Also called the Court of Unity, this is the headquarters of the Court of Appeal in Nigeria. It entertains legal appeals from the lower Courts and also treats Election Petition Matters. Security/Safety of Court of Appeal, Abuja This is a very safe location. If you must take it, put your phone on Silent Mode while court is in session What To Bring Before heading to Court of Appeal, Abuja, here are some helpful things to take along with you: Your Wig and Black Gown if you are a practicing Lawyer All documents relating to your case Copies of your passport photograph Best Features It is an appellate court that decides appeals from the district courts within the state, and in some instances from other designated federal courts. It also serves as an intermediate court between the Supreme Court of Justice and other courts. Most common visitors Law practitioners, clerical staff, Journalists, Labour Union members, and Business owners and individuals.
History of FCT High Court FCT High Court. This is the High Court for Abuja. It attends to civil and criminal cases. It also attends to appeals from lower courts like the magistrate and district courts. Security/Safety of FCT High Court This is a very safe location. If you must take it, put your phone on Silent Mode while court is in session What To Bring Before heading to FCT High Court, here are some helpful things to take along with you: Your Wig and Black Gown if you are a practicing Lawyer All documents relating to your case Copies of your passport photograph Best Features It is one of the Judicial bodies of Federal Capital Territory Judiciary. It has under it, the High Courts, Magistrate Courts and the Abuja Multi-door Courthouse (also known as the Alternative Dispute Resolution Center) and its support staff. It is headed by the Honorable Chief Judge and a team of Judges. It also features a modern and well-equipped research centre for law students to learn from and legal practitioners to conduct their case research in. Most common visitors Law practitioners, clerical staff, and Journalists.
History of Kuje Prisons Kuje Prisons was established in 1989. Built by Federal Government in 1989.
One of the most famous prison in Nigeria, this has a Maximum Security area and a Medium Security area. Popular as the prison where prominent Nigerians end up, it is where lawbreakers are confined as the law dictates. Security/Safety of Kuje Prisons This is a very safe location. Best Features Some of the prominent Nigerians that have been incarcerated here are Olisa Metuh, Raymond Dokpesi, Nnamdi Kanu, and Comrade Abba Moro. In the 1990s, it had an unsavory reputation as the place pro-democracy activists and critics of government were sent by the military regime. It features a prison Mosque, Church and Library.
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History of Mother Theresa Orphanage Mother Theresa Orphanage was established in 2007. Built by Chief Yeye Bolanle Philippa Dare in 2007.
One of the best and most famous orphanage in Nigeria, this is a sanctuary for motherless, abandoned, and the less privileged children, providing shelter and family care in a loving environment. Security/Safety of Mother Theresa Orphanage This is a very safe location. What To Bring Before heading to Mother Theresa Orphanage, here are some helpful things to take along with you: Gifts and donations A camera or camera phone if you'll like to capture your time with the kids Writer's Review The environment in its entirety exudes such pleasantness and love, such warmth and compassion, every visitor cannot but get the impression he has walked into one big, closely-integrated family, rather than a house of isolated kids. The kids themselves are fun to interact with. Some are shy while others are unafraid to hold hands and take you on a tour of their home. This is their home, the only home they have ever known. We give them maximum comfort and care and shower love upon each and every one of them so that they can grow up having a kinder and pleasant view of the world-Yeye Dare, Founder
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UNICEF is working in partnership with many stakeholders, including children and families, to achieve national and international goals instrumental in the fulfillment of children’s rights.
The Nigerian Postal Service (NIPOST) is the national carrier of all classes of mail items for delivery both within and outside Nigeria. Mail items, which include letters, postcards, printed papers, parcels and aerogrammes are processed through the post office. Since the first post office in 1852 under the British colonial masters, mails have been delivered weekly around Nigeria.
History of Idu Station Idu Station. This is the inter-state train station in Abuja. If you plan on journeying by rail to Kaduna and other parts of the country, this is your starting point. Security/Safety of Idu Station This is a very safe location. be cautious of your possessions as pick-pockets look for easy targets What To Bring Before heading to Idu Station, here are some helpful things to take along with you: Your tickets Luggages Writer's Review Recently built, it is a word-standard train station and I daresay, currently the best in Nigeria. Except on Sundays, it is open all week. There are ongoing plans to link the airport to the station. Also, supporting infrastructures such as roads linking the station to town are still in construction phases. There will be opportunities for businesses such as restaurants, boutiques and the likes in the terminal as soon as all construction works are finished.
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