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  1. Chevron Nigeria Limited, CNL has identified tuberculosis, popularly
    known by its abbreviation, TB, as a major global problem with many years of
    negative impact on the society.

    The company stated that it causes ill-health in millions of people each year and in 2015 was one
    of the top 10 causes of death from an infectious disease worldwide, ranking above HIV/AIDS.

    In Nigeria, TB still creates a major health problem.

    It stated that the World Health Organization (WHO) in its 2016 “Global Tuberculosis Report” ranked Nigeria first in Africa and fourth in the world behind India, Indonesia and China.

    The company indicated that Nigeria is one of the six countries that accounted for 60 per cent of
    the total global TB burden last year, according to WHO’s report.

    According to the company, the Minister of Health, Professor Isaac Adewole, few days ago, lamented the high burden TB rate in Nigeria
    which is exacerbated by undiagnosed cases.

    According to Professor Adewole about 80 percent of the country’s TB cases
    are undiagnosed.

    That means, only one out of six TB cases in the country is diagnosed.
    In other words, there are five TB cases out of six cases in the country that are undiagnosed.

    This no doubt, presents a threat to our own health.
    The problem of TB in Nigeria is also compounded by the emergence of multi-drug resistance cases.

    Roughly, TB is said to claim over 1.5 million lives annually
    in the country in spite of the fact that it is treatable and curable.

    It is therefore imperative for every individual and organization to make concerted efforts
    to fight this dreaded disease that is killing many people, negatively affecting our lives
    and threatening our quest for sustainable social
    and economic development. For sure, no Nigerian should die of TB.

    However, it is gratifying to see that individuals and
    organizations such as Star Deep Water Petroleum Limited, (a Chevron Company) and the Agbami parties – Famfa
    Oil Limited, the NNPC, Petrobras and Statoil – have keyed-into the Federal Government’s TB program by
    contributing their quota to the fight against the disease.

    Recently, the Agbami parties donated modern laboratory
    equipment to the University College Hospital (UCH), Ibadan,
    Oyo State and also handed over to the Federal Ministry of Health,
    the production of national standard operating procedures (SOP) for TB laboratory
    diagnosis in Nigeria and national guidelines on biosafety for TB laboratories,
    sponsored by the Agbami parties.

    The modern laboratory equipment donated to UCH
    is expected, in no small measure, to transform the
    treatment of tuberculosis in the country.

    As Professor Temitope Alonge, UCH’s Chief Medical Director (CMD),
    noted, the story of treatment of tuberculosis in the country is anticipated not to be the same again following the donation of the laboratory equipment, an 80 KVA generator
    and 20KVA stabilizer with two inverters to ensure steady power supply to the laboratory.

    It is also important to note that the footprints of the Agbami parties in health
    and TB specifically, are not limited to Oyo State or the
    Federal Ministry of Health. In partnership with National Tuberculosis and
    Leprosy Control Program (NTBLCP), screening exercises were conducted in Bayelsa State.

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