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#BuildUzebu – Tracking N24.5Million for the Construction of a Primary Healthcare Center at Uzebu, Oredo Local Government Area, Edo State

The #FollowTheMoney (FTM) Team examined the 2016 Federal Ministry of Health’s Appropriation. It was revealed that N24.5 million ($80,328) was budgeted for the Construction of Primary Healthcare Centre (PHC) at Uzebu, Oredo Local Government Area with the implementation agency being the National Primary Health Care Development Agency (NPHCDA). This appropriation is quite timely, considering the community of about 120,000 members does not have any PHC around to cater for them. We have initiated the #BuildUzebu campaign to track the implementation of the N14.2 Million. Through this campaign, we call on all concerned public and private agencies, especially the NPHCDA...

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#ErectLamba – Tracking N 14.2Million for the Construction of Primary Healthcare Center at Lamba District of Wase Local Government Area, Plateau State.

The #FollowTheMoney (FTM) Team examined the 2016 Federal Ministry of Health’s Appropriation. It was revealed that N14.2 million ($46,740) was budgeted for the Construction of the Primary Healthcare Centre (PHC) at Lamba District, Wase Local Government Area with the implementation agency being the National Primary Health Care Development Agency (NPHCDA). We have initiated the #ErectLamba campaign to track the implementation of the N14.2 Million. Through this campaign, we call on all concerned public and private agencies, especially the NPHCDA to uphold the public interest through accountable and transparent management of the funds that have been released to construct the...

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#ConstructBirninTudu – Tracking N20 Million for the Construction of Primary health Care Center at Birnin Tudu of Augie Local Government Area, Kebbi State.

The #FollowTheMoney (FTM) Team examined the 2016 Federal Ministry of Health’s Appropriation. It was revealed that N20 million ($65,574) was budgeted for the Construction of Primary Healthcare Centre [(PHC)(Type11)] at Birnin Tudu, Augie Local Government Area of Kebbi State with the implementation agency being the National Primary Health Care Development Agency (NPHCDA). We have initiated the #ConstructBirninTudu campaign to track the implementation of the N20 million. Through this campaign, we call on all concerned public and private agencies, especially the NPHCDA to uphold the public interest through accountable and transparent management of the funds that have been released to...

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#WaterUrattaUmuoha – Tracking N9.2 million for the completion of a borehole project at Uratta Umuoha, Abia State

The #FollowTheMoney (FTM) Team examined the 2016 Federal Ministry of Water Resources’ Appropriation. It was revealed that N9.2 million ($29,677) was budgeted for the Completion, Supply, Delivery, and Installation of motorized solar powered at Umuoha Sec School, Uratta Umuoha, Isiala Ngwa, Abia State, with the implementation agency being the Anambra Imo River Basin Development Authority. This appropriation is quite timely, considering that about 6,000 community members do not have access to improved water supply. Depending on the village stream for clean water has made them prone to waterborne diseases. We have initiated the #WaterUrattaUmuoha campaign to track the implementation...

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#WaterUmudike – Tracking N12.8 million for the completion of a borehole projects at Umudike Village, Oraeri, Anambra State

The #FollowTheMoney (FTM) Team examined the 2016 Federal Ministry of Water Resources’ Appropriation. It was found out that N12.8 million ($41,290) was budgeted for the completion of a borehole project at Umudike Village, Oraeri, in Aguata LGA in Anambra State, with the implementation agency being the Anambra Imo River Basin Development Authority. The borehole project has been ongoing for over a decade, and the challenge has been that many contractors were unable to get water from the ground. The last contractor was able to get water from the ground in 2014, the year was also the last time any...

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