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SRHR Thought Leadership Series

Generation Next: Nigeria is failing young people’s need for sexual health services

Editor’s Note: This week’s Thought Leadership blog comes from Precious Ereka, a Youth Service Corps Member serving at Nigeria Health Watch. She writes about the prevalence of sexually transmitted diseases in young Nigerians and the importance of sexual health education for not only young people, but also for the health workers who are meant to […]

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Africa Nigeria Thought Leadership Series Visits to Health Projects

“Turning the tide” of family planning services in Nigeria

Editor’s Note: The Nigerian Urban Reproductive Health Initiative (NURHI) project commenced in 2009 to address gaps in access to family planning services in six Nigerian cities, targeting “urban poor” communities. The program has run for five years. On September 29, the project will hold an event to share with partners and beneficiaries the lessons they […]

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Nigeria Thought Leadership Series Visits to Health Projects

The Female Condom: Contraception for Her and Him

There are many reasons why women and men should advocate and use the female condom. Like the male condom, the female condom prevents unwanted pregnancy and protects from Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) such as HIV. In addition, the female condom gives women the option to take contraception into their own hands and allows men to […]