Family Planning

Why there should be increased adoption, funding for family planning

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Stakeholders representing the various strata of the society have called for improved efforts towards the adoption and funding of family planning in the country.
 
Speaking separately, the stakeholders which comprise community and religious leaders, youth leaders, governmental and non-governmental organizations,  among others said there was need for change methods of advocacy in order to achieve results.
 

Female Condom: Less than 1% Compliance Recorded In Nigeria

Thursday, April 20, 2017

In pursuance of diverse Family Planning methods as well as in curbing the spread of Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI), the female condom has come to stay in Nigeria but regrettably, statistics has revealed that there is less than one per cent compliance and with the North recording almost zero per cent.
 

DEVCOMS, NURHI charge Social Media Influencers on Family Planning

Friday, March 31, 2017

Development Communications Network, DEVCOMS, in collaboration with Nigerian Urban Rural Health Initiative, NURHI, organized a 2-day training for social media influencers/bloggers on Family Planning Projection in Nigeria.
 
Held in Lagos, Ibadan and Kaduna, the focus of the training was designed to increase the awareness and need to adopt family planning methods in the reduction of maternal and newborn deaths recorded in the country.
 

DEVCOMS, NURHI train Media team on Effective reporting of Family Planning

Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Development Communications Network, DEVCOMS, and Nigerian Urban Reproductive Health Initiative, NURHI recently organized a two-day training for journalists and On-Air Personalities to effectively report family planning stories in Lagos, Ibadan and Kaduna.
 
Bringing together the media personalities, the focus of the training were drawn from the strategic cities where the need for the reduction of maternal mortality and child mortality have become top priority.
 

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Thursday, April 13, 2017

In Nigeria, many citizens don’t know they are contributing to the population problem. Doctor Vickie explains.
 
Family planning does not equate to not having children, or not having enough as you desired – but having them when you want to, ensuring you are financially and mentally prepare, adequate spacing as you want, preventing unwanted and unplanned pregnancies thereby making your home a happy one.

Myfptori portal pushing family planning among rural families

Saturday, February 25, 2017

An online portal, myfptori.com is helping young people tell their stories about contraception, family planning, sexual and reproductive health.
The portal started with a $5,000 seed grant to ambassadors of contraception to collect and share digital stories about young people’s sexual and reproductive health and rights in their home countries.

Proprietress tasks parents on family planning

Friday, February 17, 2017

The proprietress, Laurel Schools, Jakande Estate, Lagos, Mrs. Christiannah Onawole, has advised parents to have the number of children they can cater for.
 
She said that family planning would ensure that each member of the family gets the maximum support possible to succeed.
 
Onawole said this on Saturday during the 9th Biennial Inter House Sports event of the school in Lagos.
While urging government not to see schools as cash cows, Onawole added that sporting activities enabled pupils to be mentally alert and receptive to learning.
 

Opinion: Why is the Ministry of Health spending my money on condoms?

Thursday, February 16, 2017

As the National Assembly (NASS) considers the 2017 budget, an item  under the Ministry of Health’s (MOH) submission proposes to spend ₦915 million for the provision and distribution contraceptive commodities as part of counterpart fund.
 
This unethical waste of scarce resources is worrying and symptomatic of lack of strategic thinking that this administration is struggling to overcome in several area of policy administration.
 

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