Nigeria

Building on the Success of NURHI

TCI promotes sustainability and local ownership while demonstrating the feasibility of long-term investment in reproductive health. TCI supports Nigeria in scaling up the positive changes in reproductive health delivered through the Nigerian Urban Reproductive Health Initiative (NURHI) since 2009. Managed by The Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP), TCI's Nigeria hub accelerates the scale up of NURHI approaches and provide guidance to self-selected states, local government areas (LGAs) and partners willing to invest in family planning. New states, cities and partners ask for technical and financial coaching and mentoring to implement successful family planning programming to match their own investments.

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Synergy that Works

Synergy that Works

“Before NURHI’s intervention, we offered all family planning services, the only one we were not offering was the implant because I was not trained on it. When NURHI came on board and partnered with so I was trained by NURHI on implant insertion and retrained on...

An Advocate with a Difference

An Advocate with a Difference

NURHI, over the years has gained tremendous support from religious leaders who openly advocate for family planning. Among such persons is the erudite Sheik Ibrahim Yusuf, the Chief Imam of the Central Mosque, Bwari Area Council, in the FCT. In this interview, he...

Satisfied User Turned Advocate

Satisfied User Turned Advocate

“We started using family planning after our first child, we really wanted to space our children but then, we did not know about much about family planning. This was before NURHI came to Ilorin. We visited a family planning clinic where we were counseled on all...

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Drivers of Scale Newsletter

This biannual newsletter chronicles our accomplishments, learnings and new thinking adopted in championing innovation in reproductive health development in Nigeria. Some highlights of our drivers of scale are shared in this newsletter – and we invite you to download the full issue also for more details.

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