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Partnership for Advocacy in Child & Family Health in Nigeria (PACFaH@Scale)

Partnership for Advocacy in Child & Family Health in Nigeria (PACFaH@Scale)

The Partnership for Advocacy in Child and Family at Scale, PACFaH@Scale, (PAS) is a social accountability project which aims to strengthen the capacity of Nigerian Civil Society Organizations, (CSOs) at national and state levels to hold decision-makers (in the executive and legislature) to account on,
1) Health policies/laws;
2) Financial commitments;
3) To bring down regulatory barriers related to child and family health.

 

PAS is anchored by the development Research and Project Center, (dRPC), and implemented by a coalition of 8 indigenous health NGOs/professional associations and supported by 2 government think tanks working to develop champions within the executive and legislature.

PACFAH opinion piece

ELIMINATING FAMILY PLANNING BARRIERS IN LAGOS STATE

In Lagos state, the targeted increase in the Contraceptive Prevalence Rate (CPR) of Family Planning (FP) uptake was from 48 to 74 percent by 2018, now revised to 2020. The achievement of that alone would have saved the lives of an additional 657 mothers and 8,500 children in 2018. In addition, the state would have saved an additional N3.5 billion (approx. $10 million) […]

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PACFAH opinion piece

LAGOS STATE PHCB MEETS RH/FP MANAGERS IN THE STATE

LAGOS, Nigeria– The overarching objective of the Lagos State Family Planning Costed Implementation is to increase the overall Contraceptive Prevalence Rate (CPR) from 48 per cent to 74 per cent by 2020. Achieving this target is not only an indication of Lagos State’s commitment to ensuring the achievement of the goal of the National Blueprint […]

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PACFAH opinion piece

REVIEWING THE COSTED IMPLEMENTATION PLAN FOR ROUTINE IMMUNIZATION IN LAGOS STATE

LAGOS, Nigeria, 10 September 2018— A fully immunized child is one who has received the complete doses of the standard six antigens – BCG, Diphtheria Tetanus Pertussis (DTP) (3 doses), polio (3 doses), and measles vaccines. Globally, there are about 19.5million un/under-immunized children with 18% of them live in Nigeria.   A survey conducted in […]

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PACFAH Policy brief

POLICY IMPERATIVES FOR FAMILY PLANNING IN LAGOS STATE

This brief summarizes action areas for promoting a more effective approach to achieve increased overall Contraceptive Prevalence Rate (CPR) for married women in Lagos state. The brief underscores that, to achieve a CPR goal of 74% in Lagos State by 2020, there is need for sustained increase in budgetary allocation and timely release of Family […]

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PACFAH Policy brief

NNNGO-PAS POLICY BRIEF ON RI HEALTH FINANCING

Poor funding by governments and lack of political commitment as well as ownership at different levels resulted in the collapse of the Nigerian Primary Health Care system in the 1990s. As a result, many health facilities ceased to function or stopped providing RI services; vaccine stock outs, therefore, became commonplace. The few facilities providing RI […]

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PACFAH Report

HEALTH FINANCING DIALOGUE: ENHANCING HEALTH BUDGET PERFORMANCE AND FINANCING OPTIONS IN LAGOS STATE

LAGOS, Nigeria, 17, May 2018–The Lagos State health Financing Dialogue was an opportunity for stakeholders in the health sector to discuss ways of ensuring timely access to the health sector budget. It was also an avenue to identify alternative sources of funding which could be harnessed to enhance the health budget performance in Lagos state. […]

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PACFAH Report

NNNGO-PAS PROJECT DIRECTOR OYEBISI URGES IMPROVED RELEASE OF FUNDING FOR FAMILY PLANNING AND ROUTINE IMMUNIZATION

Oyebisi made the statement while delivering a keynote speech at the second Lagos State SDGs Summit with over 200 leading representatives of government, civil society, private sector and the media in Lagos.   Lagos, Nigeria, September 20, 2018/ — NNNGO-PACFAH@Scale Project Director, Oluseyi Oyebisi on Thursday urged governments at the State and Local Government level […]

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PACFAH Report

NNNGO-PAS ORGANISES CSO MAPPING MEETING

LAGOS, Nigeria, 29 March, 2018– The Civil Society Organizations (CSO) mapping meeting was organized by NNNGOPACFaH@Scale to address the Intermediate Outcome under the Result Tracker which states “Increased CSO coalition network to conduct technical reviews of the state’s new domestic funding schemes and to provide feasibility study updates in Niger, Kaduna, Kano and Lagos”. The […]

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PACFAH Report

EXPERTS CALL ON GOVERNMENT AND OTHER KEY STAKEHOLDERS IN THE FP SPACE TO SCALE-UP INTERVENTIONS TOWARDS IMPROVING THE DELIVERY AND UPTAKE OF QUALITY REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH SERVICES ACROSS THE COUNTRY

ABUJA, Nigeria October 12, 2018 –The need to improve service delivery, availability and access to Family Planning (FP), for the majority of women across Nigeria, has once again been reiterated by public sector officials, Academics and Civil Society representatives working in the area of reproductive health and family planning in Nigeria.   This was the […]

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PACFAH Report

NNNGO-PAS HOSTS CSOS FOR A SECOND ADVOCACY REVIEW OF ROUTINE IMMUNIZATION 2018 WORKPLAN

LAGOS, Nigeria–/On November 1, 2018, NNNGO-PAS hosted 19 CSOs for a second NNNGO-PACFaH@Scale / LASAM Advocacy Sub Committee Meeting to Review Routine Immunization 2018 Workplan. The meeting was organised to address issues that had been identified as important for health advocacy during the first NNNGO-PAS/LASAM meeting which was held on September 21, 2018.   The first […]

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PACFAH opinion piece

ELIMINATING FAMILY PLANNING BARRIERS IN LAGOS STATE

In Lagos state, the targeted increase in the Contraceptive Prevalence Rate (CPR) of Family Planning (FP) uptake was from 48 to 74 percent by 2018, now revised to 2020. The achievement of that alone would have saved the lives of an additional 657 mothers and 8,500 children in 2018. In addition, the state would have saved an additional N3.5 billion (approx. $10 million) […]

READ MORE

PACFAH opinion piece

LAGOS STATE PHCB MEETS RH/FP MANAGERS IN THE STATE

LAGOS, Nigeria– The overarching objective of the Lagos State Family Planning Costed Implementation is to increase the overall Contraceptive Prevalence Rate (CPR) from 48 per cent to 74 per cent by 2020. Achieving this target is not only an indication of Lagos State’s commitment to ensuring the achievement of the goal of the National Blueprint […]

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PACFAH opinion piece

REVIEWING THE COSTED IMPLEMENTATION PLAN FOR ROUTINE IMMUNIZATION IN LAGOS STATE

LAGOS, Nigeria, 10 September 2018— A fully immunized child is one who has received the complete doses of the standard six antigens – BCG, Diphtheria Tetanus Pertussis (DTP) (3 doses), polio (3 doses), and measles vaccines. Globally, there are about 19.5million un/under-immunized children with 18% of them live in Nigeria.   A survey conducted in […]

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PACFAH Resources

NIGERIA’S HEALTH INFRASTRUCTURE – THE PERSPECTIVE OF NNNGO-PACHAF@SCALE

Watch NNNGO-PAS’s Barr. Ayo Adebusoye talks about “Nigeria’s Health Infrastructure -Need for State of Emergency ” on the Lagos Television (LTV) program ‘Talk Time on Morning Delight’.  

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PACFAH Resources

DRPC, OTHER HEALTH EXPERTS DISCUSS ACCOUNTABILITY IN NIGERIA’S ROUTINE IMMUNISATION (LIVE UPDATES)

The development Research and Projects Center (dRPC) is organising a “one day high level strategic dialogue” on advocacy and accountability on routine immunisation in Nigeria.   The dialogue is being organised in conjunction with the National Association of Community Health Practitioners of Nigeria (NACHPN).   The event will have in attendance the Executive Secretary, National […]

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