The UK Department for International Development has just launched the second phase of the Partnerships for Transforming Health Systems in Nigeria. The project has been running for the last six years and has been credited with supporting some of the achievements of NAFDAC, the drug control agency and supporting the introduction of better health information management systems in Kaduna State.
The project is based in five states- Enugu, Ekiti, Jigawa, Kaduna, Kano and some support at Federal level
Unfortunately, the communications haven't been that great- a website has only just been set up and is still under construction
The first phase, PATHS I delivered by a consortium led by HLSP ended in 2007. The second phase has just been launched under new leadership
Hopefully, the new website will help in keeping people abreast of the programme and what it seeks to achieve, and help Nigerians hold their governments and donors to account...