By Maikudi Muhammad Marafa
Kano state government has allocated 17% of its total budget for the revitalization and repositioning of the health sector in the state, against the approved fifteen percent generally directed by the federal government.
The Commissioner of Health, Dr. Aminu Ibrahim Tsanyawa, made the discloser at the closing of a two-day event organized for the development of a work-plan for Primary Health Care Management Board’s (PHCMB) 2022 Routine Immunization.
Dr. Tsanyawa who highlighted government’s achievements in the health sector, assured that the state government will continue to give priority attention to the sector by providing all necessary supports to health facilities in the state.
He also commended PHCMB for its commitment in organizing the event.
In his remarks, the Executive Secretary of the Board, Dr. Tijjani Hussain, represented by the Director Administration and Finance, Alhaji Suleiman Tanimu, expressed appreciation to the state government for its commitment towards enhancing the Primary Health Care Sector.
The Executive Secretary then commended the participants and supporting partners for their contributions towards the successful conduct of the event