Health literacy is very low in Nigerian Society. The problem is more compelling when visualized from the fact that health-illiteracy in this society has no direct relationship to educational attainment or socio-demographic status. The painful consequences of the low health-literacy include, diminished life expectancy, avoidable deaths, and increased morbidity and mortality.

Mr Adebayo Olawale Edun
Pharm (Mrs) Bisi Bright
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Dr Agathe Wehrli 2nd Vice


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To improve the health status of the people through wellness promotion and health-empowerment and thereby positively influence their health-seeking behavior.
To halve health-illiteracy in Nigeria by the year 2030; and to increase the life expectancy of Nigerians to 70 by the year 2030.
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