Communities express gratitude to WHARC over donated drugs

  Three benefiting communities in Orhionmwon Local Government Area of Edo State have expressed appreciation to Women’s Health and Action Research Centre (WHARC) for donating essential drugs to its health centres. Mrs. Elizabeth Omorogieva, the officer-in-charge of Oligie-Ottah Primary Health … Read more

NEW VIDEO: Our Future Depends on Good Family Planning

Today, over one-third of Nigerian women who do not want to get pregnant lack access to contraceptives and family planning information as well as services – which, for many, will cost them their lives. Please watch and spread information about … Read more

Vacancy for Driver

DRIVER INTERVIEW HOLDS TOMORROW (Tuesday April 15, 2014) AT THE WOMEN’S HEALTH AND ACTION RESEARCH CENTRE (WHARC). Applicants who applied for the position of a driver will be interviewed tomorrow at the Women’s Health and Action Research Centre (WHARC) at … Read more

DAY 2 AND 3: WHARC improves Traditional Birth Attendants’ skills in Camp 34, Urhonigbe, and Oligie-Ottah PHCS

Ottah PHCS all in  Orhionmwon Local Government Area of Edo State. WHARC’s training project, supported by TY Danjuma Foundation, is armed at contributing to the reduction of maternal mortality, by educating the TBAs on basic information and skills needed and … Read more

WHARC Collaborates With Ekiti State Government To Address Teenage Pregnancy

Concerned health stakeholders including the wife of Ekiti state Governor, Erelu Bisi Fayemi, have said the speedy enforcement of the child rights Law and law against Gender Based Violence would help to address the growing menace of teenage pregnancy in … Read more

Today 21st Febuary 2014 The African Journal Of Reproductive Health published by WHARC launches a special edition on HIV/AIDS – THE AFRICAN EXPERIENCE

  Recent evidence suggests that HIV/AIDS remains an unsettling conundrum in Nigeria.  Despite the efforts that have been made by successive governments since the beginning of the new democratic process to contain the virus, Nigeria still has a higher burden … Read more

WHARC TRAINS TRADITIONAL BIRTH ATTENDANTS AT EVBONOGBON

DAY 1   In WHARC’s effort to contribute to the reduction of maternal mortality, WHARC trains traditional birth attendants at Evbonogbon in Orhionmwon local government area Edo State, Nigeria. A team of WHARC staff led by Osasu Aigbogun, Dr. Nicholas … Read more

2nd Dr. Abel Guobadia Memorial Lecture

Political scientist blames Nigerian elites for lack of democratic progress A professor of  Political Science, Adigun Agbaje, has said Nigeria’s quest for speedy development might remain a mirage except the elites transform from being conflict generators and violators of the … Read more

Birthday Ceremony Of Lady Winifred Onyeonwu, Chairman Board of Trustees WHARC

Lady Winifred Osaru Onyeonwu 80th birthday was celebrated by the Executive Directors, Staff and Members of the Women’s Health and Action Research Centre (WHARC) here in Benin City. WHARC family made it a colourful day for Her Chairman Board of … Read more

11th PROFESSOR JAMES OGONOR MEMORIAL LECTURE

Professor. Peter Okokhere , the acting Chief Medical Director (CMD) of Irrua Specialist Teaching Hospital in Edo, has predicted the increase in the incidence of sudden natural deaths (SND) among Nigerians. Prof. Okokhere made the prediction on Thursday in Benin, … Read more