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COVID-19 frustrates our family planning efforts, Lagos housewives lament

Myths, misconceptions major challenges of Family Planning – Expert

Dr Ejike Oji, the Chairman of the Technical Management Committee of the Association for the Advancement of Family Planning (AAFP) says myths and misconceptions around modern contraceptives prevent women from commencing or continuing the use of Family Planning (FP) methods in Nigeria. Family Planning is the act of regulating a man or a woman’s ability to impregnate
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Mother of 15 advises women on family planning

Mrs Hussaina Salisu, a 54-year-old woman, who had 15 children from single births, has advised young mothers to carefully plan their families so as not to jeopardise the future of their children. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the woman, who had her first child at 14, gave birth to the 15 children
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Jos: 160,864 women enrol for family planning despite poor facilities

…Water, toilet facilities in bad shape By Marie-Therese Nanlong Appalling health facilities in many hospitals and clinics have forced women in dire need of family planning services to shun such hospitals, apparently to avoid contacting other health challenges. One of the health facilities captured by Arewa Voice correspondent in Nasarawa Gwong in Jos North Local
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COVID-19 frustrates our family planning efforts, Lagos housewives lament

Family Planning will reduce maternal, infant deaths in Nigeria by 30% — Experts

Reduces risk for endometrial cancer, ovarian tumours, STI others By Chioma Obinna Obstetrics and Gynaecology experts have disclosed that consistent use of family planning will reduce maternal and newborn deaths in Nigeria by 30 per cent as well as reduced risks for diseases such as endometrial cancer, ovarian tumours including cancer, and sexually transmitted infection
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