Borno govt enrols 124,000 vulnerable into free healthcare services.

The Borno State government said it has enrolled 124,000 vulnerable people affected by insurgents in the healthcare system in some hard-to-reach local government areas in the state.
Executive Secretary, Borno State Contributory Healthcare Management Agency (BOSCHMA), Dr. Saleh Abba, disclosed to the media in Maiduguri yesterday that the agency aims to enroll 250,000 vulnerable people affected by the conflicts.
He stressed that the initiative prioritizes wellbeing by ensuring that each primary healthcare center (PHC) receives the necessary funding tailored to their unique needs, especially in the hard-to-reach communities in Lake Chad.
He said that they enrolled vulnerable individuals, including pregnant women, children, the elderly, and those living with disabilities, in the free healthcare scheme.