Projects

Poor State Of FP Clinics In PHCs Fuels Maternal Death – Stakeholders

Friday, February 10, 2017

Although Family Planning (FP) commodities are free in Lagos state, stakeholders  in the health sector have said lack of consumables and poor state of FP clinics at the Primary Health Cares (PHCs) have led to the increase in maternal death in the state.
 

Poor state of Lagos PHCs affecting FP uptake

Thursday, February 9, 2017

Although family planning commodities are free in Lagos, lack of consumables and poor state of family planning clinics at the Primary Health Care (PHCs) remains a major hurdle to accessing the services at the PHC level.

 

 

A visit to some of the Lagos PHCs reveals that many of the facilities lack consumables for modern contraceptive procedure, some have no dedicated FP room to ensure privacy for users, they operate with old or incomplete equipment and others can’t offer implant due to lack of trained personnel or equipment.

 

Assessment of Current Media Practices on Education Reporting

Thursday, August 25, 2016

Media Market Survey on Education Reporting in Lagos State
DevComs Network was contracted by DEEPEN to assess Current Media Practices as regards education reporting. The study aims to understand how the media market can work for the poor - giving them quality information to make informed choices in a sustainable way. The survey is ongoing and will span 31 working days.

Media, Community-CSOs Collaboration for Accountability and Demand for Quality Maternal Health Services

Thursday, August 25, 2016

Development Communications Network (DevComs) introduces 'Bridging the Gap: Media, Community, and CSOs for Accountability and Demand for Quality Maternal Health Services in Nigeria',  a project which is aimed at  facilitating the partnership between media professionals and civil society groups to collectively demand accountability in maternal health delivery.

The media as partner in advancing accountability in the education sector

Thursday, August 25, 2016

This video 'the media as partner in advancing accountability in the education sector' was recorded during the keynote presentation delivered by the Policy Advisor of Civil Society Action Coalition on Education for All (CSACEFA), Mr. Wale Samuel, at the JDP award presentation organised by DevComs Network.

Rewards seven journalists for outstanding reports and commitments to reporting education sector in their states

Thursday, August 25, 2016

Journalism Development Programme 2 is a one year project on education reporting, supported by Education Sector Support Programme in Nigeria (ESSPIN) and aimed at developing the media capacity to bring all education stakeholders to the appreciation of and action towards quality education in Nigeria.

Welcome Address Presented at the Journalism Development Programme Award of Recognition Ceremony held at WestPoint Hotels, Wuse, Zone 7, Abuja on Friday, 30th August, 2013

Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Gentlemen of the press and distinguished ladies and gentlemen! It is with a deep sense of appreciation   that I, on behalf of Development Communications Network (DEVCOMS), welcome you to this award presentation to worthy Nigerian journalists for the recognition of excellence and commitment to quality reportage and penmanship in Nigeria: The journalism Development Programme Award of Recognition in the education sector.

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