Although HAIs are preventable, e.g., frequent hand washing and practice of good hygiene at hospitals, the prevalence – as data suggests – is still high. Hence this calls for an effective management system, which takes into account the available resources of a country.
Every Nigerian parent’s dream is to have a graduate child/children. “Education is the key”, they say. This is based on the belief that to have a great job and make a decent living, one must be a university graduate. Each year, an average of 1.5Mstudents register for JAMB. Consequently, over 1.8M graduates are churned outby the federal, state and private universities, without adding the colleges of education, polytechnics and other tertiary institutions.