Unmet Needs For Safe Blood During Violent Conflicts In Yobe State, Nigeria
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Unmet Needs For Safe Blood During Violent Conflicts In Yobe State, Nigeria
Adamawa, Borno and Yobe states of North-East Nigeria have faced violent conflicts since 2010. One of the priority emergency health needs during violent conflict is safe blood. However, the extent of need for safe blood during violent conflict in Yobe State is unknown. To address this information gap, the investigators reviewed blood transfusion registers in three purposively selected sites in the state. Two of them were high volume hospitals located in local government areas (LGAs) that witnessed violent attacks (Damaturu and Potiskum) while the third (General Hospital Gashua) is in an LGA that did not witness direct violent attacks. These facilities were selected based on their status as lDownloadViews: 35

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