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The Annual Work Retreat of Childcare and Wellness Clinics (CWC) was held at the NAF Conference Centre in Abuja on the 2nd of February 2020 with the theme “Improving Satisfaction with our Care”.

A cross section of participants

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Media coverage



Presentation of awards to the winners of the Creative Minds Challenge Competition

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Mr Smith of the Purd Consulting delivering a lecture on Customer Service

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Group photograph

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Award for punctuality to the event



Award for Best Dancers



Award for Blue Team- The Most Interactive Group




Award for Orange Team – Highest number of punctual staff



Award for Yellow Team – Highest number of talented staff




As part of capacity building of our staff, our medical doctor participated in the National Health Summit with the theme “Patient Centered Care” held at the International Conference Centre Abuja, from the 4th to 8th of November 2019.

The summit featured parallel session where issues relating to health care services, medical education, training and research were discussed extensively, observations were made, as well as resolutions and possible implementation. Below are other sub-themes during the summit:

  • Improving the Nigerian Health indices
  • Inter professional relationship
  • Brain Drain and brain gain
  • Universal Health coverage
  • Public Private partnership
  • Reversing medical tourism

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Annual Primary Care Conference – Liverpool

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As part of capacity building, the Medical Director of Childcare and Wellness Clinics was at the Annual Primary Care Conference and Exhibition in Liverpool, 24th – 26th of October 2019. The conference was organized by the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) with the aim of showcasing the latest clinical and policy developments across the UK and bringing together an impressive range of national and international speakers.


Childcare and Wellness Clinics in collaboration with the FCT Primary Healthcare Board, Abuja is organizing Newborn and Child Health week outreach from 8th -12th July 2019 . For children 5 years & under we are offering free:

1. Vitamin A Supplement

2. Deworming Tablets

3. Nutrition Screening

Venue: Childcare and Wellness Clinics, 7 Fez Street Off Kumasi Crescent, Wuse II, Abuja

Time: 9:00am – 3:00pm


Childcare and Wellness clinics offers Opthalmology services to its clients who wish to have an Ophthalmologist review.

Consultations are basically on appointments on Fridays from 4:00pm.

Kindly contact the hospital staff for more information on:

Phone: +234 8033662677.




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Researchers in CWC have partnered with institutions in the country across the world to provide their expertise in qualitative research methodology in answering real life questions about health systems management, impact and sustainability of donor funded interventions, evaluation of multi-county educational interventions and the study of health seeking behaviors in communities of north eastern Nigeria. Below are some of the work that our researchers have been engaged in:

Strengthening local leadership on population and reproductive health (2016-2017): CWC researchers gathered data and participated in producing a report of the retrospective evaluation of the MacArthur Foundation’s Fund for Leadership Development (FLD) in collaboration with the institute of international Education (IIE) and with researchers from India, Mexico and Brazil. The main aim of this evaluation was to provide a retrospective evaluation of the MacArthur fund for Leadership development (FLD), implemented from 1991 to 2013. As part of the evaluation research team members traveled to all the geopolitical zones of the country to interview grantees, interact with their communities, organizations and also beneficiaries of their work. A report was submitted to the foundation to guide in their grant making and future investments.

Transformational Leaders and Social Change: IFP Impacts in Africa and the Middle East (2017-2018): CWC researchers were part of the global research team that studied the impact of the Ford foundation international fellowship fund (IFP) on the recipients, their organizations, communities and the nation. Researchers worked with colleagues from Kenya, South Africa and Palestine.  Below are excerpts from the report as well as a link to the full report.

From 2001 to 2013, IFP provided graduate fellowships to 4,305 emerging social justice leaders in 22 countries, reflecting the Ford Foundation’s focus on promoting social change in the developing world. The foundation provided $420 million in funding resources for IFP, the single largest program commitment in its history. Fellows were selected from marginalized communities that traditionally lacked access to higher education and who had demonstrated academic and leadership potential as well as a commitment to social causes.By investing in these individuals, IFP hypothesized that it had the potential to promote social change on a broad scale

The Informed Decisions for Actions in Maternal and newborn health project (IDEAS): CWC has been partners with researchers from the London School Of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) since 2014. This project aim improve the health and survival of mothers and babies through generating evidence to inform policy and practice in Ethiopia, Nigeria and India.IDEAS uses measurement, learning and evaluation to find out what works, why and how in maternal and newborn health programmes. CWC works in collaboration with a team of researchers with practical field based expertise and tested skills in qualitative and quantitative research implementation cycle, including data quality review, assessment and assurance, research ethics, participatory community interactive research and outreach. The IDEAS brochure provides an overview of the work of the IDEAS team over seven years


“Their own project for their own people” Poster presented at the  HSR project in October 2018

Family included Global Alliance: staff of the public health division are part of the family included global alliance FIGA.  Childcare and Wellness Clinics is the principal partner of in Nigeria.Family Included is a project which seeks to help actualize the WHO declaration on family inclusive maternal healthcare; it is carried out by Dad. Info which is a UK based information service for fathers that has worked closely with UK maternity and child services for many years, providing them with resources for their own users, both fathers and mother.




Childcare and Wellness Clinics (CWC) are committed to providing thorough assessment and treatment services for children and adults suffering from sleep disorders in Abuja, such as snoring, obstructive sleep apnoea, insomia/parasomnia, restless legs syndrome, sleep/wake cycles and other sleep disorders.

Services Include:

  1. In-lab sleep study (complete evaluation of sleep disorder)
  2. Home Sleep Apnoea Testing (obstructive sleep apnoea)
  3. Sleep lab CPAP Titration study
  4. Multiple Sleep Latency Test (MSLT) for nacrolepsy

Clinics with the ENT are STRICTLY on appointments -  Saturdays 4:00pm. Contact us on

7 Fez Street Off Kumasi Crescent, Wuse II Abuja. +234 8033662677,


CWC had its first work retreat in 2018. It was period to take time off work and review our goals and objectives for the year, keeping in mind our core values.


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STAFF DEVELOPMENT  – Question  & Answer session

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Childcare & Wellness Clinics, Abuja has been partnering with the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (@LSHTH_IDEAS) since 2014 on the Informed Decisions for Actions in Maternal and Newborn Health (IDEAS) project to find out “what works, why and how when it comes to improving the lives of women and babies. The IDEAS project is taking stock of seven years of groundbreaking research and we are proud to be a part of their work generating evidence, findings, and new knowledge.

Follow the link below for the report: