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Towards FP2030: Expanding Access to Family Planning to Achieve the Twenty Seven Percent

Improving access to quality healthcare is dependent on an effective health system that enables the promotion, prevention and reduction of premature and preventable deaths. However, providing access to essential health services, especially family planning (FP), requires sustained financial commitment. The 2018 Nigeria Demographic Health Survey (NDHS) showed a modern contraceptive prevalence rate of 13%. The […]

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As UK withdraws from funding FP, Medical Women asks Nigerian government to take responsibility

The National President of the Medical Women Association of Nigeria under the Partnership for Advocacy in child and family health At Scale, Dr Minnie Oseji, has lamented the decision of United Kingdom Government to withdraw the annual £3 million into the basket fund for FP commodities of Nigeria. Dr Oseji, in a statement issued to […]