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About Poverty & Associated Maladies Alleviation Initiatives
Household out-of-pocket expenditure is by far the largest source of health expenditure in Nigeria (about 69%). Given the poverty indices and the burden of health care expenditure on household finances, it is clear that households continue to grapple with equitable and sustainable access to quality health care and adhoc services.
There is a correlation between education and health care indices. Children born to mothers who have attained higher education status are more likely to reach their fifth birthday than children born to mothers with lower educational status.
Given the challenges with accessing health and other pro-health services e.g. good education, infrastructure etc, the role of non-governmental organizations in supporting access for resource-constrained communities cannot be over emphasized.
PAMAI was created to contribute to bridging the gap in improving the access of resource constrained populations to services, infrastructure, equipment and commodities that improve their quality of life.
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At Poverty & Associated Maladies Alleviation Initiatives, we recruit from time to time from talents (that have shown interest in working with us) stored in our Resume Reserve Vault. If we do not have a vacancy that interests you but would like an opportunity to join us, please submit your resume for future job considerations.Submit your Resume to our Reserve Vault