Evaborhene Aghogho Nelson 

Evaborhene Aghogho Nelson is a physician from Nigeria, committed to increasing access to health information and services to indigent and marginalized communities in resource-low settings. He holds master of science in global health and development from the University College London. Currently, he is an Africa Leadership in Vaccinology Expertise Scholar (ALIVE) at the University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa.


Building a New Public Health Order in Africa

The challenges and opportunities associated with reforming Africa's public health systems


The Urgent Need for an African Medicines Agency

Africa needs to continue strengthening and relying on its own health-care agencies


The Africa We Want: Protecting Health and Livelihood

Deepening economic integration to boost intra-African trade requires an equal investment in public health structures


Vaccine Nationalism and Africa

African Union calls for a “People's Vaccine” as African Academy of Sciences begins mapping local clinical trials sites


Shifting Front Lines in West Africa

Leveraging community health promoters to protect vulnerable populations against COVID- 19 and other threats in Nigeria


Coronavirus in Nigeria: A Case for Community Engagement

Nigerians should have a sense of ownership in mitigation—how their daily sacrifices help to curb this deadly pandemic