Family Planniing

Oyo sponsors 270 for community nursing, midwifery training to boost healthcare delivery https://tribuneonlineng.com/oyo-sponsors-270-for-community-nursing-midwifery-training-to-boost-healthcare-delivery

Thursday, June 3, 2021

OYO state government is training 270 individuals in community nursing and community midwifery with the intent to employ them afterwards to beef up health service provision in the community.

Provost, Oyo State College of Nursing and Midwifery, Mrs Gbonjubola Owolabi, made the disclosure at the flag-off of the community nursing and community midwifery programmes and commissioning of a block of three classrooms in Ibadan.

Islam is not against childbirth spacing, Islamic cleric declares

Thursday, May 21, 2020

Couples in Bauchi State have been reminded of the importance of child spacing to the health status of both mother and child just as it was stressed that Islam is in firm support of child spacing for good health.

An Islamic cleric who is the Deputy Chief Imam of Ningi Central Mosque, Ustaz Hussaini Shehu made the statement while interacting with members of the Bauchi State Public Health Media Network during a field visit to Ningi Town maternity Clinic to observe the negative effects of COVID-19 pandemic on CBS issues.

Family planning, key economic strategy in recession — NURHI

Friday, November 11, 2016

The Oyo State Team Leader of the Nigerian Urban Reproductive Health Initiative (NURHI), Mrs Stella Akinso, said on Friday that family planning was a key economic strategy in a recession.

 

 

Akinso said in Ibadan that the benefits of family planning went beyond the family level to improving the nation’s health and economic indices.

 

 

According to her, family planning in a recession would enable government to plan population growth and optimise the use of limited resources towards development projects for the benefits of the citizenry.