Training of Health Educators on Integrated Demand Generation on Family Planning Services in Plateau State!

Today, 2nd of July 2024, ARFH took a significant step forward in empowering women and enhancing reproductive health in Plateau State!

We conducted a transformative training session for Health Educators at the Plateau State Primary Health Care Development Board Headquarters, Jos. This session is part of our Community-Oriented DMPA-SC Self-Injection Acceleration (CODSAiN) Project, focusing on scaling up self-injection uptake and supporting comprehensive outreach activities for demand generation.



Key attendees included esteemed guests such as Executive Secretary of the Plateau State Primary Healthcare Board represented by Dr. Nanyak Ladan, Director of Primary Health Care, Dr. Yakubu Dauda Izang, Director of Disease Control and Immunization, Dorcas K. Ibrahim DDNS, Asabe Mwansat, Family Planning Coordinator, Rifkatu Dung, State Health Educators, Rahila Telfim, State ad-hoc staff, and Samson Tolulope Odukogbe, ARFH’s Knowledge Management and Communications Officer, who co-facilitated the training.

The training aimed to enhance the capacity of LGA Health Promotion Officers, equipping them with the skills to implement effective demand-generation strategies and fostering collaboration between health promotion and family planning programs. This initiative empowers women to confidently and easily access self-injection methods, taking control of their reproductive health.


At ARFH, we are committed to building a future where healthcare is accessible and women are empowered to make informed family planning decisions, improving reproductive health and community well-being.

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