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Date: 02/24/2017
Source: Daily Trust
Type: In the News
Health economists estimate Nigeria will need to invest at least $603 million (around N189.7 billion) by next year in family planning to reach its target of ensuring at least 36 out of every 100 women of child-bearing age get access to modern contraception methods. But experts meeting in Abuja at the launch on Thursday of The Challenge Initiative (TCI) said Nigeria was underfunding family planning...
Date: 01/19/2017
Source: UNFPA
Type: Updates
A brutal attack by Boko Haram forced Zainab Abubakar, 28, and her six children to flee their home in northern Nigeria. “I was one month pregnant when I left Gamboru Ngala,” Ms. Abubakar told UNFPA from the Dalori displacement camp in Maiduguri. “During my escape, I lost my pregnancy.” Ms. Abubakar’s tragic miscarriage took place in 2014, but the Boko Haram crisis continues to drive women and...
Date: 04/30/2016
Source: Advance Family Planning
Type: In the News
Advance Family Planning (AFP) received a $750,000 grant from The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation to sustain its advocacy initiative. The grant will strengthen AFP's advocacy efforts to make quality, voluntary family planning easier to access for women and girls around the world. The AFP initiative comprises more than 20 organizations in Burkina Faso, Democratic Republic of the Congo, India,...
Date: 10/14/2015
Source: Pathfinder International
Type: Updates
Pathfinder International shared the following update on progress in achieving its FP2020 commitments: Pathfinder International has also raised about $1.4 million in private funds since the London Summit to increase our support to the Tuungane project, a joint project with the Nature Conservancy and Frankfurt Zoological Society in Tanzania. This project couples family planning activities with...
Date: 10/06/2015
Source: Ipas
Type: Updates
Ipas provided the following updates on progress in achieving its FP2020 commitments: Training new cadres of health care workers—4,000 per year—to provide a wider range of sexual and reproductive health services, including post-abortion family planning services: Ipas-supported programs, in partnership with national/regional/state health systems in 17 countries, train clinical providers in safe...
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