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ML&E Project – Meeting the Needs of Nigeria’s Poor Women

The Measurement, Learning & Evaluation Project will spotlight six stories a year that personalize the reproductive health barriers and challenges for women and men living in urban slums.  Future stories will be on Senegal (February 2010), and Kenya (April 2010)

This feature story describes the fictional life of Olubukola and Kehinde, a married couple, and their children living in the slums of Abuja, Nigeria, the difficulties they face in accessing health care, and how low-cost, high-quality, accessible family planning services integrated into primary, maternal, and HIV care could empower the family.

Link: http://www.cpc.unc.edu/urbanreproductivehealth/news/meeting-the-needs-of-nigeria2019s-poor-women

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