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Resource ID 180
Title Population Growth & Health Facilities In Nigeria (A Case Study Of Ondo State)

ABSTRACT: Initially, HEALTH SERVICES in Nigeria were usually provided by traditional doctors followed by physicians brought by Portuguese traders to care for the health of members of their staff. Achievement of the goal of health is a basic problem being encountered in most parts of the country. Hence, the research on population growth and health facilities in Ondo State was carried out with the intension of finding out how the population growth affects the available health facilities in the state. The achievement was made possible by using various statistical tools such as series Analysis, F – ratio test. It was deduced that the available health facilities are not sufficient enough compare to the standard given by the world health organization (WHO) from where measurement is based. However, more action should be expedited, since the subject plays a primary role in the development and standard of the country.

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Source/origin External source
Record created 2014-07-12 13:41
Record updated 2014-07-15 15:16
Record editor Helen Parsons
Tags Population Growth, Population Projections, Health Facilities
Subjects Population growth