Gov. Aminu Masari made the disclosure on Monday in Dutsi during the launch of campaign for Maternal, New Born and Child Health Week.
The governor said the campaign was planned for August 26 – 30, across the state.
He said the services to be provided during the period included, immunization against the child killer diseases, deworming, Vitamin A supplementation, screening for malnutrition, birth registration, HIV testing and counseling among pregnant women.
Others were child spacing and health education on preventive measures on how to improve people’s health status.
In his remarks, the permanent secretary, state ministry of health, Dr Kabir Mustapha, commended development partners for their continuous support to health-related issues.
He said the health week was organized with the aim of promoting preventive and curative health in the state.
Mustapha said the health personnel had been trained and vaccines distributed to all designated centers across the state.