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This short documentary is on the Midwifery services in Nigeria a partnership with NPHCDA and the Federal Ministry of Health of Nigeria- UNFPA Nigeria Country Office


Ku Saurara! trains health care providers in northern Nigeria on adolescent reproductive health issues and positive interpersonal communication with young people. Hear directly from two nurses and two patients in Kano who are benefiting from the program.


According to the National Population Commission, young people account for 32% of Nigeria's current projected population of approximately 177 million as at the end of 2013.

This section of Nigerians constitutes a critical and vital segment necessary for the future development of the nation. Investing in young people is the focus of this year's World Population Day and on this episode of Dateline Abuja; we look out how the nation is preparing this young people to take on the challenge of national development.

The Country Representative of the United Nations Population Fund, Ratidzai Ndlovu, joins us.


The M.S.S Project in Nigeria supported by UNFPA Nigeria


UNFPA Nigeria 2013 retreat, drama presentation by Kaduna sub office staff.


The Kaduna staff of the UNFPA team presented a drama at the retreat depicting early marriage and fistula- UNFPA Nigeria


UNFPA Nigeria supported Maryam Abatch Health facility in Sokoto State, in UNFPA Nigeria 5CP. the distribution of delivery kits to pregnant women at the site.


The Various Implementing partners in the Ministries of Borno State namely- Planning, Women Affairs, Health and Information at a briefing with the UNFPA Nigeria Representative- (2013)


2009 UNFPA Nigeria team pays an advocacy visit to the Sultan of Sokoto, soliciting for his support on traditional leaders to partner with UNFPA on Maternal Health issues.


UNFPA, the European Commission, the United States, and Jordanian partners jointly mark the safe delivery of 5,000 plus babies in the UNFPA-supported reproductive health clinic in Jordan’s Zaatari Camp.

UNFPA believes that every Syrian woman and girl has the right to have access to affordable reproductive health care and be effectively protected from gender-based violence. UNFPA and partners are scaling up efforts to empower and improve the lives of Syrian women and youth and impacted communities in host countries, including by advocating for human rights and gender equality, to better cope with and recover from the crisis.