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Rethinking Family Planning: Takeaways from the 5th NFPC 2018

“If you fail to plan, plan to fail” – Benjamin Franklin Family planning allows communities to shape their futures and use resources effectively. This has spill over effects for the nation’s economy, productivity, and well-being. Today, a Nigerian woman has an average of 5.5 children in her lifetime compared with her counterpart in neighbouring Ghana […]

Nigeria Family Planning Conference 2018

The Nigeria Family Planning Conference is a biennial conference that focuses on bringing all family planning stakeholders to provide an opportunity for fostering policy debate, exchange of ideas, share experiences on the progress made so far, identify emerging issues on family planning/reproductive health and chart the way forward towards improving the existing situation. Click here […]

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Where are the Men in the Family Planning Discourse? – #NaijaMen4FP

From inception, family planning interventions and responsibility for the uptake of family planning commodities has pre-dominantly been targeted at women. This seems logical, as women are the end users of most family planning commodities. Yet, men are often the primary decision makers that have an influence on when (or whether) women access family planning services […]

4th Nigerian Family Planning Conference

The 4th Nigerian Family Planning Conference will hold between 7th – 9th November, 2016. The theme for this year’s Conference is ‘Family Planning in Nigeria: The Journey so far’. The Event will take place in Sheraton Hotel, Abuja. Abstracts are invited from intending participants on the theme as well as the following Sub-themes: Facilitators and barriers to […]