SHOPS Plus Nigeria FP Program State Profile for Oyo

The SHOPS Plus program in Nigeria worked with the Oyo state 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, and improving the quality of FP service delivery. In Oyo, the program trained a total of 76 providers, including doctors, nurse/midwives, and community health extensions workers. These providers delivered FP services in 76 facilities, reaching over 6,000 women in six local government areas of Oyo.

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Author

SHOPS Plus

Published
March 2020
Country
Nigeria
Technical Area
Provider Quality
Health Area
Family Planning
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