The Federal Capital Territory Administration has entered into a partnership with the United States Agency for International Development in a bid to improve the Primary Health Care System in the nation’s capital.
The FCT Minister of State, Dr Ramatu Aliyu, disclosed this while inaugurating the FCTA/USAID steering committee on Friday in Abuja.
The minister stated that the steering committee was a follow up to the Memorandum of Understanding signed between the USAID and the FCTA on December 17, 2020, to support the revitalisation of FCT healthcare systems.
This was contained in a statement by her Special Assistant on Media, Austine Elemue.
The statement titled, ‘FCTA, USAID partner to improve FCT Primary Healthcare Systems’ read in part, “The MoU seeks to address weak healthcare system especially the Primary Health Care performances and the root causes of poorly functioning health systems in the Federal Capital Territory.
“Through this partnership, the FCT Administration