Expanding our range of services in Nigeria

IPPF's Member Association in Nigeria, the Planned Parenthood Federation of Nigeria (PPFN), piloted a successful project over 9 months around family planning. It had a specific focus on accessing people who would not ordinarily be reached through services and worked with local partners to ensure that no one was left behind. 

This project, funded by the Gates Foundation, exceeded targets significantly and has the potential to be rolled out in Nigeria and other countries. It has been successful in establishing new users of contraception and other sexual and reproductive health services.

 

Nigerian Member Association assess stocks

Aderoumu Adebukola, PPFN account officer takes records of family planning materials at the Planned Parenthood Federation of Nigeria (PPFN) clinic in Lagos, Nigeria. Aderounmu, who has been working with PPFN since 2002 said she has gained lots of experience working at the Lagos clinic. "Sometimes when staff go on holiday, I could find myself working in other department apart from my accounting section."

 

A community healthworker from IPPF's Member Association in Nigeria

Mrs Abimbola Adedoyin, Program Officer of Service Delivery in the Southwest Region for PPFN sitting in the centre, speaks to a clinic officer during outreach at the Eni Ayo clinic in Ibadan, South West Nigeria.

 

Using mobile apps to assess stock levels

Babatunde Saheed Benson, logs on to access the Direct Data Information Capturing device and software during a PPFN outreach programme at the Eni Ayo clinic in Ibadan, South West Nigeria.

 

Market outreach in Nigeria

Emiade Kudirat, PPFN Community Health Worker talks to market women about family planning in Ibadan, South West Nigeria.

 

A client getting contraceptive implant in Nigeria

Mrs Shodunke Adepoju, PPFN clinic officer prepares to administer Implanon implants on Bukola Akami during a PPFN outreach programme at the Eni Ayo clinic in Ibadan, South West Nigeria.

 

A mother and baby outside community outreach groups in Nigeria

Bukola Akami holds up her client intake form during a PPFN outreach programme at the Eni Ayo clinic in Ibadan.

 

Male faith workers talking in a group

Community leaders attend a PPFN outreach programme at the Eni Ayo clinic in Ibadan. 

 

A clinician administering a contraceptive implant

Emiade Kudurat who is a PPFN Community Health Worker (CHEW) administers a Sayana Press familiy planning injectable on a young client at the PPFN clinic in Ibadan, 

 

A client getting blood pressure checked

Mrs Comfort Idowu clinic officer, checks the blood presure of Mrs Taiwo Ogunfayo, 34 years old, at the PPFN clinic in Ibadan, South West Nigeria.

 

A client holds her contraceptive pills
Okonkwo Okha Looks at family planning contraceptive pills at the PPFN clinic in Lagos, Nigeria.

 

A sunset in the market where PPFN does outreach

A street market during an outreach programme at the Eni Ayo clinic in Ibadan, South West Nigeria.