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Adopting and Implementing High-Impact Service Delivery Interventions in Nigeria

The Challenge Initiative

Wednesday | October 21, 2020 | 8:00 am EDT

(12:00 noon Dakar; 1:00 pm Abuja; 3:00 pm Nairobi; 5:30 pm Delhi)

Register in advance for this webinar below. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about how to join the webinar.

The Challenge Initiative (TCI) provides technical assistance to states to identify and implement evidence-based family planning service delivery high-impact interventions designed to improve the quality of the family planning services provided in health facilities in states in Nigeria. These interventions are aimed at ensuring an environment conducive to the uptake of family planning – both physically with the provision of suitable family planning facilities and services and mentally through the training of service providers and all staff of health facilities to respond to the needs of potential clients.

TCI introduces high-impact service delivery interventions to states through coaching, first by leading the demonstration of the interventions, then assisting them to implement the interventions. States are also encouraged to adopt and incorporate these interventions into their Annual Operational plans and family planning workplans to ensure that they are sustained and implemented beyond TCI’s period of support.

During this webinar, participants will learn about TCI’s family planning service delivery high-impact interventions and how states adopt and implement these interventions.

Moderator: Nneoma Anieto
Program Officer | Knowledge Management | TCI Nigeria

Presenter: Confidence Ogboso
Confidence Ogboso is a nurse (RN, RM, BNSC) and the Family Planning Coordinator in Abia State. She has attended several master trainers workshops organized by the FMOH and other development partners in the reproductive health field. Confidence has trained over 1,000 services providers in long-acting reversible contraceptives, family planning technology and post-partum family planning. In service delivery, she effectively implements inreaches and facility makeover and in demand generation, she works with social mobilization officers and interfaith strategy and use quality data validation and using data to influence program designs.

Confidence Ogboso

Presenter: Rahila Telfim
Rahila Telfim is the Family Planning Coordinator Plateau State Primary Healthcare Development Board. She coordinates the implementation of family planning service delivery across 17 LGAs. Before becoming the FPC in 2010, she also worked as a Family Planning Service Provider for about 20 years where she passionately contributed her quota in scaling up access to family planning services for youth, women and men in the state.

Rahila Telfim

Presenter: Dr. Emem-Obong Jaja
Dr. Emem-Obong Jaja is the Maternal, Neonatal and Child Health focal person at the Rivers-State Primary Health Care Management Board. She actively provides coordination, technical guidance and oversight to the design, implementation and monitoring of maternal and child health interventions that promote community participation and involvement in an effort to improve maternal and child health outcomes across all 23 LGAs in Rivers-State.

Dr. Emem-Obong Jaja
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