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GLOBAL FEMALE CONDOM DAY: ARFH AND FMOH RAISES AWARENESS, DISSEMINATES FEMALE CONDOM COUNSELLING TOOLS NATIONWIDE

September 16 is Global Female Condom Day 2017 (#GFCD2017), an international day of action focused on increasing knowledge, access, availability, and use of female condoms. Global Female Condom Day (#GFCD) is celebrated globally on the 16th of September and aims…

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ARFH Enhances Visibility of Female Condom in Nigeria: Distributes Counselling Guidelines and Posters Throughout Nigeria

9th August 2017 Uncategorised 0 Comments

The Association for Reproductive and Family Health (ARFH) has secured the commitment of the Federal Government of Nigeria towards increasing the uptake of Female Condom as a Family Planning method. ARFH, through the Federal Ministry of Health produced and distributed…

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ARFH, FMOH AND DEVELOPMENT PARTNERS REVIEW FEMALE CONDOM COUNSELLING TOOLS FOR HEALTH SERVICE PROVIDERS IN NIGERIA

The Association for Reproductive and Family Health, the Federal Ministry of Health and other Family Planning stakeholders reviewed and improved female condom counselling poster, flyer and guide for health service providers in Nigeria. This was a project activity done after…

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PICTURE: National Family Planning Consultative Stakeholders Meeting in December 2015

28th April 2016 News & Stories 0 Comments

PICTURE: National Family Planning Consultative Stakeholders Meeting in December 2015 at Transcorp Hilton Hotel, Abuja, Nigeria [caption id="attachment_3159" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] From Left to Right: Dr Wapada Balami (Director, Dept. of Family Health, Federal Ministry of Health), Dr Moji Odeku (Project…

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Korean Re-shaping Development Institute (ReDI) and the ARFH Team

Korean Re-shaping Development Institute (ReDI) and ARFH Meets To Discuss Co-operation Strategy For The Nigerian Health Sector

‘Health is Wealth’ goes the popular saying and therefore in every country, the health sector is critical to social and economic development with ample evidence linking productivity to quality of health care. In Nigeria, the vision of becoming one of…

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Increasing Access to Contraceptives in Nigeria Through Task-shifting to Community Health Extension Workers (CHEWS)

Increasing Access to Contraceptives in Nigeria Through Task-shifting to Community Health Extension Workers (CHEWS)

3rd February 2014 News & Stories 0 Comments

The proportion of women who die in pregnancy, birth or related complications remains high in Nigeria. As Africa's most populous country with a population of 168.8 million (NPC, 2012) and a growth rate of 3.2% per annum, Nigeria has high…

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