Orodata Science and Open Lab Cities have launched its Data Collection and Frontline Investigative Program to x-ray the current situation of Primary Health Care Centres in six selected states in Nigeria.
In a press release to announce the commencement of the program and the successful selection of data collectors and journalists, Uche Otti, Program Officer at Orodata Science explained that the data collectors and journalists were selected after an extensive and highly competitive recruitment process.
The statement reads in part that “the selection process carefully curated a team that boasts diverse backgrounds and extensive experience, ensuring that they can embark on their duties with exceptional professionalism and integrity.
“With the data collectors’ ability to unearth hidden facts and the journalists’ skill in storytelling, the Frontline Investigative Program is poised to provide in-depth, compelling insights into the state of Primary health care centres in our communities.”
Otti also noted that “the program’s commitment to uncovering the truth about our Primary Health Care centres and facilitating social change remains steadfast, and with the expertise and passion of these new team members, we are confident in their ability to make a profound impact. Stay tuned for groundbreaking reports that will shed light on the state of Health care in selected states in Nigeria.”