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.
With low contraceptive prevalence rate of about fifteen percent, Nigeria continues to record high unintended pregnancies, many of which are resolved through clandestine abortion, despite the country’s restrictive abortion law. Many of these often result in death or disability, a statement by Development Communications (DEVCOM) Network said on Monday.
This alarm comes as Nigeria celebrates Safe Motherhood Day, today August 23 – August 24.
The statement reads further: