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Primary Health Care Management

By: Administrative Staff College of Nigeria  

Lagos State, Nigeria

02 - 15 Nov, 2013  14 days

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The major objective of the course is to improve the capacity of participants in the plaining and implementation of  consistent, systematic and effective primary health care service at the grassroots.

ASCON, Topo Badagry, Lagos. Nov 02 - 15 Nov, 2013
NGN85,000.00
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01-7736836-7

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