This video shows a step by step guide for women who have chosen to use subcutaneous DMPA-SC/Self Injection in the context of informed choice counseling. DMPA-SC/SI is a lower-dose, easy-to-use injectable contraceptive that is administered every three months. The product’s user-friendly design means that any trained person can administer it, including community health workers, pharmacists, and even women themselves.
ARFH UNFPA Supported DMPA-SC Project conducts outreaches to 3 LGAs in Gombe State Community members in Kaltungo, Funakaye & Yamaltu Deba LGA of Gombe State were the happy recipients of a 2days community outreach under the ARFH UNFPA supported DMPA-SC project. The purpose of the outreach was to sensitize the community members (male & female […]
Pathfinder International pays courtesy visit to ARFH on a family planning learning visit to Nigeria The Association for Reproductive and Family Health was delighted to receive staffs of Pathfinder International from India and Nigeria at our Abuja office on Thursday, June 27, 2019. The visit was in recognition of the innovative approaches adopted by ARFH […]
The Nigeria Family Planning Conference is a biennial conference organized by the Association for the Advancement of Family Planning (AAFP) in collaboration with the Federal Ministry of Health (MOH) and other stakeholders to showcase the milestones achieved so far with regards to Family Planning in Nigeria. The 5th edition of the conference which held in […]
Investing in Family Planning has been identified as a “best buy” in accelerating the achievements of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The Government of Nigeria updated its commitment at the International Family Planning Summit in London, 2017, to achieve a modern contraceptive rate of 27% among all women of reproductive age by 2020 through working […]
ARFH Partners with UNFPA to scale up Community Channel of Delivery for Family Planning DMPA-SC Injection
In line with the National Task Shifting and Sharing policy of essential health services including maternal health and family planning services, Association for Reproductive and Family Health (ARFH), with support from UNFPA is implementing a project to improve access to Family Planning through integration of DMPA-SC Injection into the Family Planning (FP) method mix in […]