The forthcoming National Environmental Health Advancement Conference which is initiated as an intervention to the frequent occurrences of environmental health problems in Nigeria will be attracting different health professionals, medical practitioners, environmental consultants, health entrepreneurs, agencies, schools and the general public. The highly engaging conference with panel discussion from scholars will have the full participation of the Federal Ministry Of Health and Environment.
This was made known through a brief press release from the convener of the most anticipated health conference, Queen Chikezie Ijeoma Stella. According
to her the 2018 National Environmental Health Conference with the theme " Re-awakening National Awareness On Environmental Health Hazards Safety will hold on 25th October 2018 at the Merit House, Maitama Abuja. The initiative is envisioned to create engaging supports, promote awareness, sponsor research works and provide strategies that will effectively deliver solutions to this devastating situation of environmental health problems.
The conference on environmental health is to provide a platform that will figuratively lead discusses and deliberations that can be innovatively utilised to counter the menace created on our health by the environment in which we find ourselves.
The programme which will provide exhibition stands for health practitioners and other related fields commences from 10:00 am prompt with articulated attempts to improve the developments and presentation of current research statistics, so as to identify the geographic areas that are more affected; the communities with more numbers of affected victims and the resolute approach required to combat the epidermic challenge.
With the indepth team professionals from Help Keep Clean Foundation and its health partners, the conference promises to build an engaging platform that will provide sustainable relationship with international donors and development partnership that can support a responsive intervention to this devastating situation in Nigeria.