Yes, we can make a difference

Huge sums of money are spent by the developing countries and international agencies in research training but little progress being made towards technological independence of these countries. This skill-transfer model is expensive and impacts on only very few set of individual foreign students per unit time. We think that this model is becoming obsolete. Hence, if rapid technological growth is desired of these countries, then a new radical model must evolve. At Imo State University Nigeria and the Department of Bioengineering of Imperial College London, we are trying a new model that would reverse the trend that keeps draining young people from their poor developing countries to the industrialized countries, and leaving their home countries ever more impoverished.

 

 

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Collaboration for reduction of NEONATAL MORTALITY by the committee of CMDs/MD of tertiary hospitals:

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The impact of initial-setpoint prediction tool for neonatal temperature control by Adesina et al 2016:

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Watch the Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) interview on neonatal mortality in Nigeria

Our Vision

The vision of Neonatal Concerns for Africa is the transformation .........

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Present Mission

Creation of a sustainable low-cost “first-seven-days-of-life” Isolation unit at a Nigerian tertiary centre ...

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Projects

From 2001 we launched our research effort to identify the most sensitive factors that would lead to the reduction of neonatal deaths in Nigeria

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