Civil society organisations (CSOs) have called for adequate funding and prioritisation of family planning in Nigeria.
Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) have called for adequate funding and prioritisation of family planning in Nigeria.
Going by rising inflation particularly of food items, high unemployment and increasing poverty in Nigeria, it is hardly surprising that a debate on the country’s population has been simmering lately.
In Preventing Mother to Child Transmission of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), family planning, according to the First Lady of Taraba state, Barrister Anna Darius Ishaku, has to be considered
30 Jul 2020
Concerned by the likely surge of a maternal, newborn, child and pregnancy-related deaths due to the Covid-19 pandemic, experts have urged the federal and state governments to enhance the contraceptive
17 Jul 2020
Experts in maternal and reproductive health have said that adequate family planning will reduce maternal and infant mortality in Nigeria by 30 per cent.
20 Jun 2020
In it quest to support the Taraba state government through the State Primary Health Care Development Agency (TAPHCDA) in increasing family planning awareness
17 May 2020
Taraba State Primary Health Care Development Agency (TSPHCDA) in collaboration with The Challenge Initiative (TCI) are partnering to enlighten people...
16 Mar 2020
Christian and Moslem clerics have been called upon to use their platforms to speak publicly in favour of family planning.
16 Jan 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.
27 Sep 2019
Worried by the low level of uptake of contraceptive and family planning services in the country, medical experts have recommended the employment of community pharmacists...
26 Sep 2019
For Nigeria to drastically reduce the rate of maternal mortality, there is a need for more people (male and female) to adopt the family planning strategy