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DevComs Launches "Speak Out! Stop TB in Nigeria campaign" #SOSTBNaija

Thursday, January 17, 2019

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Development Communications Network (@Devcoms) in collaboration with Stop TB Partnership Nigeria (@StopTBNigeria) launches a one-month social media campaign on Tuberculosis today 17th January, 2019. The tuberculosis campaign tagged “Speak Out! Stop Tuberculosis in Nigeria” #SOSTBNaija is hosting Richard Mofe-Damijo as the first speaker in a tweet chat.
Campaign time: 11-12 noon. (Every Thursday)

Below are the campaign messages and also quick facts on Tuberculosis in Nigeria

#PowerTakwaBay; A community that has never had electricity and quality health care in Lagos State

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

When you hear of #TakwaBay what comes to mind is beautiful ocean, beach, boat rides but the reality is different when we got to the community. According to Baale of #TakwaBayover 250,000 people lives in this community, men, women and children. But #Takwabaycommunity does not have a nepa/phcn Poll not to talk of having electricity since they started leaving there thousands of years ago. This simply means all the benefits of electricity has never been enjoyed in this community. Women deliver their babies in darkness.

NURHI-DEVCOMS TRAINS 77 JOURNALISTS AND 68 SOCIAL MEDIA BLOGGERS ON LIFE PLANNING FOR ADOLESCENTS AND YOUTHS (LPAY)

Saturday, July 28, 2018

Development Communications Network in Collaboration with Nigerian Urban Reproductive Health Initiative organised 1-day orientation/sensitization for Journalists and Social Media Bloggers/ Influencers on Life Planning for Adolescents and Youth (LPAY) in Kaduna, Oyo and Lagos. 77 Journalists and 68 Influencers were trained on the concept of LPAY in the three sites. Life planning arms young people with positive life changing information that can help them make informed choices about critical issues in life and future.

DEVCOM, NURHI partner New Telegraph to curb maternal death

Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Determined to curb maternal mortality in the country, Development Communications Network (DEVCOM) in partnership with Nigerian Urban Reproductive Health Initiative (NURHI) yesterday sought partnership of New Telegraph to promote family planning services.
DEVCOM Programme Director, Akin Jimoh, who disclosed this in Lagos, said the country was losing many of women to complications arising from pregnancy and child birth, saying if family planning was effectively deployed by people of reproductive age, it would avert many unintended pregnancies as well as prevent unsafe abortions.