Surmounting reproductive health challenges in Nigeria

Over the last 55 years, Pathfinder International has been at the forefront of championing issues of reproductive health in Nigeria especially at the time there was challenges in providing access to sexual reproductive health services.



Mon, 21 September 2020

Northern Cyprus: a graveyard for Nigerian students

On Monday, August 24, 2020, the Nigerian Government raised a red flag, waning parents against sending their children to Turkish-occupied Northern Cyprus universities, often advertised as "Education Island.”

Authorities were irked by fre [...]

Wed, 02 September 2020



The general public is hereby notified that any cheque transaction or contract entered into by Mr.Cyril 

Emmanuel Isong , whose photograph appears above, purporting to be binding on me or Diamond Hub Ltd. 

Empire Ltd is null and void; it is not binding on m [...]

Tue, 18 August 2020

Addressing Nigeria’s fertility worry

Nigeria remains one of the countries with high Total Fertility Rate, TFR, which is, the total number of children birthed by an average Nigerian woman.


The population of Nigeria is currently projected to be 206.23 million and the fertility r [...]

Mon, 03 August 2020

Sustain progress with sexual reproductive health of women- Pathfinder International

In order not to lose the gains made with reproductive health of women and girls, the Country Director, Pathfinder International, Dr. Amina Dorayi has urged all family planning stakeholder to take action

Speaking during a webinar to mark World Population Day, with the theme: "How to safegua [...]

Mon, 27 July 2020

How UBEC funded basic education with N503.124b in 15yrs

Established by the Compulsory, Free Universal Basic Education Act 2004, UBEC has the mandate of coordinating implementation of all aspects of the country’s UBE programme. Fifteen years after its set up, its intervention into the basic education subsector has totalled over N503.12 [...]

Fri, 10 July 2020

The shadow pandemic

Violence against women and girls in Nigeria is a pandemic-sized problem. 

Millions live in fear of being abused, assaulted or raped. 

Frontline heroes like the doctors, lawyers, social workers and counse [...]

Tue, 07 July 2020

How UBEC funded basic education with N503.124b in fifteen years







Since Nigeria commenced spirited efforts to implement its universal basic education programme, fifteen years ago, the country has voted N503, 124,325,426.01 billion [...]

Tue, 07 July 2020


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