Malaria infection during pregnancy is significant public health problem with substantial risks for the pregnant woman, her foetus, and new born child. Pregnant women are more susceptible than the general population to malaria: they are more likely to become infected, suffer a recurrence and develop severe complication and to die from the disease. High and low transmission settings occur during pregnancy which resulted to Plasmodium. falciparum infection and an increased risk of several malaria respectively.
JCI Obanta recently organized Mother and Child Maternal Health care project at odogbolu Local Government of Ogun State which was proudly supported by HRM Oba Deji Onogoruwa (Alaye of Odogbolu), Odogbolu primary health care Centres, JCI OOU, JCI Tasued, Odogbolu Council of Obas and UNICEF in continuation to promote United Nations Sustainable Development Goals 3, 6 and 17 by advocating Prevention and treatment of malaria pregnancy which are basic interventions to improving maternal, foetal and child health globally. The entire pregnant women present at the programme where diagnose for malaria parasite with further recommendation and were giving maternal
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