About Us

InSiGHt Health Consulting Limited is a public health consulting firm in Nigeria incorporated as a company limited by guarantee (RC 610848) in November 2004. We focus on providing technical skills for health population analysis, planning, programming and management aimed at sustainable and significant health outcomes.

Our Vision

To be an outstanding and dependable health consulting firm.

Our Mission

To catalyze positive and sustainable health outcomes in Africa by providing technical assistance for programming.

Our Services

Programme research

We support health programmes to achieve desired impacts and health outcomes through health population research, analysis and evaluation.

Health programming

Leveraging on our experience and expertise, we work with clients in developing public health and development programmes.


We provide administrative and logistics support for organization and/or programmes.

Health financing

We work with our clients to develop innovative health financing strategies while adopting current approaches.

Health and safety

For the overall success of an organization (corporate entities, schools, government establishment, etc.), a health-promoting environment is pivotal as it bears a direct impact on output of the human resources.

Health service delivery strengthening

At InSiGHt, we provide services geared at improving the quality of health-care deliveries.

Our Work



Our Partners

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InSiGHt LLC focuses on providing technical skills for health population analysis, planning, programming and management aimed at sustainable and significant health outcomes.

Edge Clinical Research

Edge Clinical Research

Edge Clinical Research is a Contract Research Organization committed to delivering high quality clinical trials. Edge works with emerging to mid-sized companies and start-ups to provide solutions in the clinical operations process by ensuring good quality services, integrity, and the highest possible standards.

SafeZone TM

SafeZone TM

SafeZone TM was developed in collaboration with the Royal Society for Safety and Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA), which is the foremost UK organization that has pioneered safety over the last 100 years. SafeZoneTM is a school safety accreditation system that provides a vehicle for assessing level of compliance to health and safety standards. It is the first of its kind in Nigeria and West Africa.



SURPIN (Suicide Research & Prevention Initiative) is an initiative by the Lagos University Teaching hospital, established for the purpose of suicide prevention through research, crisis intervention, health education and early treatment of depression & drug abuse, which are major risks for suicide.



InSiGHt initiative for Health and Development is a nonprofit, nongovernmental organization established with a focus to ensure healthy and productive living for all Nigerians through the provision of technical support and implementation of appropriate and sustainable interventions. IIHD was founded in September 2013.

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Nigeria’s Suicide Situation

In time past, much attention was placed on physical well-being at the detriment of other components of health, especially mental health. Evidence of the association between mental illness and chronic medical conditions, as well as the impact mental health has on public health is leading to changes. The prevalence and increasing incidences of non-communicable diseases

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Lassa Fever and COVID-19– Two Deadly Diseases in Nigeria.

Infectious diseases ravaging countries around the world have witnessed undeniable shifts in attention in light of the COVID-19 global pandemic. COVID-19 is an infectious disease caused by a corona virus called SARS-Cov-2 and it is reported to be transmitted from person to person through respiratory droplets produced when an infected person coughs, sneezes or talks[1],[2].There

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COVID-19 Disease Response: Lessons from Lagos State, Nigeria.

Introduction It is arguable that the Lagos State Government has always been at the forefront of public health responses in Nigeria especially when it comes to outbreaks and diseases of global importance. How the State and Nigeria responded to the Ebola crisis in 2014 readily comes to mind, the World Health Organization describing it as

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