With the COVID-19 pandemic, there have been potential disruption of health systems and decreased access to food, indirectly increasing maternal, child mortality in Nigeria.
Family planning experts has called on the federal government to put in place strategies that would make contraception available to women and girls despite the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The continuous use of contraception amid the COVID-19 pandemic, total lockdown of social and business activities is crucial.
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Commending the passage of Sexual Harassment Bill by the Nigerian Senate, Mothers And Marginalised Advocacy Centre, MAMA Centre, is calling for prompt presidential assent to transmit the bill into law.
Making this known in a statement signed by the Executive Director, MAMA Centre, Barr. Ola Onye [...]
As part of its effort to continue to support the media in providing improved nutrition reportage, Nestlé Nigeria in collaboration with the Lagos Business School hosted the 2020 Advancing Nutrition, Health and Wellness, NHW training in the first two weeks of June.
With the rising cases of rape and all forms of Sexual and Gender Based Violence, SGBV experts has said there is urgent need to safe guard the rights of children jealously in order to stop all forms of abuse.
With the outbreak of the Novel Coronavirus disease, COVID-19 pandemic, there has been an increase burden of malnutrition, poor food security [...]
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