Resolve to Save Lives Nigeria Welcomes New Executive Director

NOVEMBER 20, 2023 (ABUJA, NIGERIA)—Resolve to Save Lives announced today the appointment of Nanlop Adenike Ogbureke as its new Executive Director in Nigeria. She will oversee a technical and operations staff of 11, facilitate effective coordination and implementation of program activities, as well as foster and maintain productive relationships with government and non-governmental stakeholders within […]

First WHO Report Details Devastating Impact of Hypertension and Ways to Stop It

NEW YORK, 19 SEPTEMBER 2023—The World Health Organization (WHO) released its first-ever report on the devastating global impact of high blood pressure, along with recommendations on  the ways to win the race against this silent killer. The report shows approximately 4 out of every  5 people with hypertension are not adequately treated, but if countries […]

Dr. Nnenna Ezeigwe joins the Board of Directors of Resolve to Save Lives Nigeria

18 JULY 2023 (ABUJA, NIGERIA)—Today, Resolve to Save Lives Nigeria (RTSL Nigeria) announced the appointment of Dr. Nnenna Ezeigwe, Co-Founder and CEO, Environment for Health Development Initiative (E4HDI), to the RTSL Nigeria Board of Directors. RTSL Nigeria is part of Resolve to Save Lives, a global health nonprofit focused on preventing 100 million deaths from cardiovascular disease and making […]

Ben Silbermann joins Resolve to Save Lives’ Board of Directors

April 6, 2023 (NEW YORK, USA)—Resolve to Save Lives (RTSL), a global health organization focused on preventing 100 million deaths from cardiovascular disease and making the world safer from epidemics, today announced the appointment of Ben Silbermann, Co-Founder and Executive Chairman of Pinterest, to the RTSL Board of Directors. “We are thrilled to have Ben […]

Five billion people unprotected from trans fat leading to heart disease

GENEVA, 23 January 2023 — Five billion people globally remain unprotected from harmful trans fat, a new status report from the World Health Organization (WHO) has found, increasing their risk of heart disease and death. Since WHO first called for the global elimination of industrially produced trans fat in 2018 — with an elimination target […]