Family Planning

Group takes campaign against maternal, child mortality to communities

Sunday, February 9, 2020

To deepen the impact of its campaign on maternal and child mortality, Rotary International District 9110, has taken the initiative to communities in Lagos.
Speaking at a one-day Community Dialogue on Maternal and Perinatal Morbidity and mortality reduction organised for stakeholders and residents in Lagos Island, Lagos Coordinator of the programme, Dr. Deinde Shoga said the initiative was to ensure safe pregnancy and delivery, the survival of children and to address issues of family planning.

Experts harp on family planning as effective strategy against maternal mortality

Thursday, January 16, 2020

To reduce maternal and child mortality, family planning has been identified as the most cost-effective means to improve the health of mothers in Nigeria.
The Zonal Coordinator, Nationwide Family Planning Campaign, Adeniji Raji made the remark at its inaugural meeting held in Lagos.
Raji said family planning helps people to have the desired number of children, which can lead to improved health of mothers and contribute to the nation’s social and economic development.

LASG seeks increased participation of private sector in family planning

Wednesday, February 13, 2019

The Lagos State Government has called for increase participation of private health facilities in family planning services to enable the state achiever a target of 74 percent contraceptive prevalent rate, CPR, by 2020. 
Read more at: https://www.vanguardngr.com/2019/01/lasg-seeks-increased-participation-o...

Family Planning: Will Nigeria achieve FP2020 commitment?

Friday, January 4, 2019

In recent times, the advocacy for family planning has become crucial as demand for reproductive, and population reduction, economic, health care grows.
There is no doubt anymore that the benefits of family planning are numerous and if properly executed will go a long way in enabling countries to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Devcoms’ #FPFRIDAY at #ICFP2018/ #NFPC2018 in Rwanda and Nigeria.

Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Devcoms’ #FPFRIDAY at ICFP/NFPC Rwanda, Nigeria
Development Communications Network was a key player in two just concluded conferences on Family Planning.  The first was the International Conference on Family Planning (#ICFP2018) in Kigali Rwanda and the Nigeria Family Planning Conference in Abuja, Nigeria. The organization made poster presentations on the Family Planning Friday (#FPFRIDAY), an innovative, youth focused social media initiative targeting youth involvement in Family Planning. 

Why Family Planning Approval Remains Low

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

With a population of over 180 million people in the midst of scarce resource, there are increasing calls for Nigeria to consider family planning so as to effectively control the number of birth.
Of course there are series of awareness campaigns by government and health related non-governmental organisation aimed at taking the message of effective family planning (FP) across homes in towns and villages.
But in spite of series of awareness programmes on family planning in the country, the uptake remains very low.

Every Responsible Man Must Know His Wife’s Menstrual Cycle

Saturday, February 3, 2018

The Director of Development Communications Network has revealed that it is very important for a man to take note of the menstrual cycle of his wife.

 

Mr Akin Jimoh made this known in Lagos during an interview when his team visited journalists in Lagos State.

Only The Knowledge Of Your Wife’s Menstrual Cycle Keeps Away Unplanned Pregnancy- Expert

Mr Akin Jimoh made this known in Lagos during an interview when his team visited journalists in Lagos State.

Nigeria enhances maternal, child survival through family planning— Dr Mojisola Odeku, Prog Director, NURHI

Tuesday, January 2, 2018

During the 60th  National Conference onHealth, NCH, Project Director, Nigerian Urban Reproductive Health Initiative (NURHI), Dr Mojisola Odeku, speaks about the essence of The Challenge Initiative, TCI. Excerpts.
 
The Challenge Initiative, TCI, is doing business in an unusual way. It’s really nothing new but a practical way of ensuring that the owners of the land take it back for themselves with us just providing the light technical assistance.
 

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