Nigeria

This tool was developed to guide house-to-house Interpersonal communication .The goal is to build and sustain community support for appropriate malaria prevention, diagnosis and treatment behaviours

The objectives of the guide are:       

Nigerian women have an average of six children over the course of their lifetime and the national populationalready the largest in Africais expected to double within 25 years. Poor access to and under-utilization of modern family planning (FP) methods contributes to high death rates among mothers and children across the country. Nigeria had a thriving FP program in the 1980’s and early 90’s. 

This conceptual framework for the Nigeria Urban Reproductive Health Initiative Project was based on the broader concept that, using a theory-based approach rooted in a social-ecological model, supply and demand side initiatives will be integrally linked.  Thus, demand will push supply and supply will rise to meet the challenge.   

This infographic summarizes the impact of the Nigerian NURHI projet on contraceptive use and attitufdes about contraception. It includes statistics about how many lives are saved by the use of family planning.

This is a template developed by the Nigerian Urban Reproductive Health Initiative (NURHI) to guide the social mobilizers representing NURHI during key life events celebrations (weddings, child naming ceremony, trade graduation ceremony) where the audience get FP information and referral for services.

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