Success Stories

Village Health Workers Messaging Encourage Facility Delivery

  Educating pregnant women and nursing mothers on danger signs during pregnancy, postpartum and postnatal periods is one of the core duties of the Village Health Worker. When clients are educated on the signs that may cause complications; they are encouraged to seek skilled care on time thus preventing obstetric emergencies or an undesirable situation. […]

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Linking Pregnant Women to Maternal Health Services in Adamawa State

Mallam Abdulmumuni Ardo is a member of National Union of Road Transport Workers. He is also a trained volunteer driver with Comic Relief Emergency Transport Scheme project implemented by Society for Family Health (SFH) Yola. Inspired by experience sharing from other ETS volunteer drivers during refresher training, Mallam Ardo decided to embark on mass awareness […]

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IPCA in Ibadan, Nigeria saved my friends life

“A day later she was bleeding and she called me…she had severe bleeding.” As we sit in the empty waiting room of the clinic, Falade Busayo shares the story of her friend who had an illegal abortion due to an unwanted pregnancy. This friend was utterly unprepared to give birth to a second child less […]

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