SHOPS Plus Nigeria FP Program State Profile for Federal Capital Territory

The SHOPS Plus program in Nigeria worked with the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) government to increase women’s access to voluntary and rights-based FP services by increasing the capability of public and private health providers to deliver quality FP services, including long-acting reversible contraceptives (LARCs), and improving the quality of FP service delivery. In FCT, the program trained a total of 390 providers, including doctors, nurse/midwives, and community health extensions workers (CHEWs). These providers delivered FP services in 362 facilities, reaching over 87,000 women in all six local area councils (LACs) in FCT.

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Author

SHOPS Plus

Published
February 2020
Resource Types
Brief
Country
Nigeria
Technical Area
Provider Quality
Health Area
Family Planning
Current Downloads
15

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