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Date: 05/12/2017
Source: Pulse.ng
Type: In the News
The Nasarawa State Government is collaborating with two NGOs to tackle Family Planning (FP) barriers and reduce maternal mortality in the state. The NGOs are Pathfinder International Nigeria (PIN) and Partnership for Advocacy in Child and Family Health (PACFaH). A PACFaH Facilitator, Mrs Aanu Rotimi, said at a three-day workshop held on Thursday in Akwanga, that the major strategy to reduce this...
Date: 05/12/2017
Source: This Day
Type: In the News
The Minister of Health, Prof. Isaac Adewole, has said the federal government has concluded plans to improve the standard of midwifery practices in the country.  This is coming as a Nollywood actor and producer, Jim Iyke, was unveiled as the Special Envoy/Goodwill Ambassador for Maternal, Newborn and Child health. Adewole made this known yesterday during the commemoration of the 2017 International...
Date: 05/11/2017
Source: BM, GMA News
Type: In the News
Department of Health spokesperson Dr. Enrique Tayag on Thursday allayed fears about the state of the Supreme Court's Temporary Restraining Order that has placed heavy restrictions on distribution and procurement of contraceptives in the Philippines. At a media forum on "Legal Barriers to Family Planning: Putting Women's Lives at Risk," Tayag said that despite preparing for the worst case scenario...
Date: 05/11/2017
Source: BM, GMA News
Type: In the News
Reproductive health advocates on Thursday turned to President Rodrigo Duterte to help "push" the Supreme Court to make a decision on the temporary restraining order that has hindered the full and effective implementation of the Responsible Parenthood and Reproductive Health Law. "We call on the government to do whatever can be done to push the Supreme Court," Amina Evangelista Swanepoel,...
Date: 05/10/2017
Source: The Star
Type: In the News
Kenyan women will benefit from another reduction in the cost of the widely used injectable contraceptive, Sayana Press. It will now cost Sh85 per dose ($0.85), a reduction from the previous price of Sh100 ($1) per dose. The announcement was made by the manufacturers, Pfizer Inc., the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and the Children’s Investment Fund Foundation in a telebriefing with...
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