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By Sammeni Kamsobbi

Adamawa State Governor, Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri says his administration has a clear vision of building an economically sustainable; socially inclusive and environmentally resilient State.

Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri disclosed this in his address during the kick-off meeting of Japan International Co-operation Agency Project.

The theme for the event is titled "strengthening basic healthcare services for internally displaced persons, returnees and host communities in Northeast Nigeria"; and funded by the Japan International Co-operation Agency. (JICA)

The project is aimed at addressing health related issues among other needs of the internally displaced persons, returnees and host communities.

The governor, who was represented by his Deputy, Professor Kaletapwa Farauta, said health has been the priority of his administration, hence the construction and provision of State of the art healthcare facilities, medication and employment of health workers at both secondary and primary facilities for effective service delivery.

He expressed government commitment to explore all opportunities as well as establishing technical and development cooperation with such development partners to address the health and other needs of people.

Governor Fintiri expressed gratitude and expressed his administration's readiness to support the Japanese Government project, and described the team as dependable and reliable partners.

On the part of the International Organisation for Migration Head of sub-office Yola Maliki Hamidine, stressed that the project tends to enhance the well being of people, especially the vulnerable, thereby fortifying the health system to ensure citizens have access to improved and quality healthcare services.

In a remark, the Adamawa State Executive Chairman Primary Healthcare Development Agency Dr. Suleiman Saidu Bashir, said the  project would directly contribute to Adamawa State Government priorities, support health system, recover from impacts as well as provide improved and sustained healthcare services for conflict affected populations.

According to Dr. Suleiman Saidu the project is aims to bolster efforts and further enhance healthcare services through the rehabilitation of nine primary health facilities across eight local government areas, which includes: Maiha, Michika, Song, Mubi North, Mubi South, Hong, Lamurde and Gombi.

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