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ippf team with Cape Verde Prime Minister
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IPPF first high level visit to Cape Verde: Video report

24 June 2022

From 25 - 29 May 2022, IPPF Board of Trustees Chair, Kate Gilmore, and IPPF Regional Director for Africa, Marie-Evelyne Petrus-Barry, made an official visit to Cape Verde to support the work of VERDEFAM, the Cape Verde Association for the Protection of the Family and IPPF's Member Association in the country.  The visit was aimed at strengthening IPPF’s work through VERDEFAM, the Cape Verdian Government, and other International Organizations in the country.
Dr Aproko
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| 13 January 2022

Creative session between Dr Aproko and the Youth Action Movement of Nigeria on SRHR

In order to increase African youth awareness on specific issues related to sexual and reproductive health and rights, IPPFAR engaged the services of Influencer Aproko Dr. for a 1-month digital campaign including the production and dissemination of various video content. This video highlights the creative session between Dr Aproko and the Youth Action Movement of Nigeria on sexual reproductive health and education. The International Planned Parenthood Federation Africa Region (IPPFAR) is the leading sexual and reproductive health (SRH) service delivery organization in Africa, and the leading sexual and reproductive health and rights advocacy voice in the region. Headquartered in Nairobi, Kenya, the overarching goal of IPPFAR is to increase access to SRHR services to the most vulnerable youth, men and women in sub-Saharan Africa.

Dr Aproko
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| 13 January 2022

Creative session between Dr Aproko and the Youth Action Movement of Nigeria on SRHR

In order to increase African youth awareness on specific issues related to sexual and reproductive health and rights, IPPFAR engaged the services of Influencer Aproko Dr. for a 1-month digital campaign including the production and dissemination of various video content. This video highlights the creative session between Dr Aproko and the Youth Action Movement of Nigeria on sexual reproductive health and education. The International Planned Parenthood Federation Africa Region (IPPFAR) is the leading sexual and reproductive health (SRH) service delivery organization in Africa, and the leading sexual and reproductive health and rights advocacy voice in the region. Headquartered in Nairobi, Kenya, the overarching goal of IPPFAR is to increase access to SRHR services to the most vulnerable youth, men and women in sub-Saharan Africa.

Establishing Digital Health Interventions in Nigeria
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| 17 June 2021

Adapting Family Planning Services in Times of Crisis: Establishing Digital Health Interventions in Nigeria

The COVID-19 pandemic caused great disruptions in the lives and livelihoods of millions of people across the world. Among the most affected sectors was that of health, where the pandemic led to an overwhelming stretch in service delivery. This necessitated an urgent shift in regular service delivery models. In Nigeria, as was the case in most countries, many people were unable to access health facilities owing to the mobility restrictive measures imposed by the government in attempts to control the spread of the disease. COVID-19 constraints saw healthcare organizations such as Planned Parenthood Federation of Nigeria (PPFN) - IPPF’s Member Association in the country - limit the hours and days clients could access services at its static clinics. Mobile health outreaches were no longer possible, and people were cautious about visiting hospitals. Additionally, health workers desired to attend to fewer clients for their own precautionary measures. This called for a review of the traditional face to face model that clinicians traditionally provided to clients, necessitating their adoption of digital and mobile technologies for health service delivery. COVID-19 accelerated the shift towards the digital world, with PPFN tapping into this opportunity. Harnessing the power of digital and mobile technologies, PPFN implemented new Digital Health Interventions (DHIs) to ensure sustained provision of sexual reproductive health (SRH) information and services during the pandemic. Download the complete case study here: Establishing Digital Health Interventions in Nigeria

Establishing Digital Health Interventions in Nigeria
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| 17 June 2021

Adapting Family Planning Services in Times of Crisis: Establishing Digital Health Interventions in Nigeria

The COVID-19 pandemic caused great disruptions in the lives and livelihoods of millions of people across the world. Among the most affected sectors was that of health, where the pandemic led to an overwhelming stretch in service delivery. This necessitated an urgent shift in regular service delivery models. In Nigeria, as was the case in most countries, many people were unable to access health facilities owing to the mobility restrictive measures imposed by the government in attempts to control the spread of the disease. COVID-19 constraints saw healthcare organizations such as Planned Parenthood Federation of Nigeria (PPFN) - IPPF’s Member Association in the country - limit the hours and days clients could access services at its static clinics. Mobile health outreaches were no longer possible, and people were cautious about visiting hospitals. Additionally, health workers desired to attend to fewer clients for their own precautionary measures. This called for a review of the traditional face to face model that clinicians traditionally provided to clients, necessitating their adoption of digital and mobile technologies for health service delivery. COVID-19 accelerated the shift towards the digital world, with PPFN tapping into this opportunity. Harnessing the power of digital and mobile technologies, PPFN implemented new Digital Health Interventions (DHIs) to ensure sustained provision of sexual reproductive health (SRH) information and services during the pandemic. Download the complete case study here: Establishing Digital Health Interventions in Nigeria

Dr Aproko
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| 13 January 2022

Creative session between Dr Aproko and the Youth Action Movement of Nigeria on SRHR

In order to increase African youth awareness on specific issues related to sexual and reproductive health and rights, IPPFAR engaged the services of Influencer Aproko Dr. for a 1-month digital campaign including the production and dissemination of various video content. This video highlights the creative session between Dr Aproko and the Youth Action Movement of Nigeria on sexual reproductive health and education. The International Planned Parenthood Federation Africa Region (IPPFAR) is the leading sexual and reproductive health (SRH) service delivery organization in Africa, and the leading sexual and reproductive health and rights advocacy voice in the region. Headquartered in Nairobi, Kenya, the overarching goal of IPPFAR is to increase access to SRHR services to the most vulnerable youth, men and women in sub-Saharan Africa.

Dr Aproko
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| 13 January 2022

Creative session between Dr Aproko and the Youth Action Movement of Nigeria on SRHR

In order to increase African youth awareness on specific issues related to sexual and reproductive health and rights, IPPFAR engaged the services of Influencer Aproko Dr. for a 1-month digital campaign including the production and dissemination of various video content. This video highlights the creative session between Dr Aproko and the Youth Action Movement of Nigeria on sexual reproductive health and education. The International Planned Parenthood Federation Africa Region (IPPFAR) is the leading sexual and reproductive health (SRH) service delivery organization in Africa, and the leading sexual and reproductive health and rights advocacy voice in the region. Headquartered in Nairobi, Kenya, the overarching goal of IPPFAR is to increase access to SRHR services to the most vulnerable youth, men and women in sub-Saharan Africa.

Establishing Digital Health Interventions in Nigeria
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| 17 June 2021

Adapting Family Planning Services in Times of Crisis: Establishing Digital Health Interventions in Nigeria

The COVID-19 pandemic caused great disruptions in the lives and livelihoods of millions of people across the world. Among the most affected sectors was that of health, where the pandemic led to an overwhelming stretch in service delivery. This necessitated an urgent shift in regular service delivery models. In Nigeria, as was the case in most countries, many people were unable to access health facilities owing to the mobility restrictive measures imposed by the government in attempts to control the spread of the disease. COVID-19 constraints saw healthcare organizations such as Planned Parenthood Federation of Nigeria (PPFN) - IPPF’s Member Association in the country - limit the hours and days clients could access services at its static clinics. Mobile health outreaches were no longer possible, and people were cautious about visiting hospitals. Additionally, health workers desired to attend to fewer clients for their own precautionary measures. This called for a review of the traditional face to face model that clinicians traditionally provided to clients, necessitating their adoption of digital and mobile technologies for health service delivery. COVID-19 accelerated the shift towards the digital world, with PPFN tapping into this opportunity. Harnessing the power of digital and mobile technologies, PPFN implemented new Digital Health Interventions (DHIs) to ensure sustained provision of sexual reproductive health (SRH) information and services during the pandemic. Download the complete case study here: Establishing Digital Health Interventions in Nigeria

Establishing Digital Health Interventions in Nigeria
Resource

| 17 June 2021

Adapting Family Planning Services in Times of Crisis: Establishing Digital Health Interventions in Nigeria

The COVID-19 pandemic caused great disruptions in the lives and livelihoods of millions of people across the world. Among the most affected sectors was that of health, where the pandemic led to an overwhelming stretch in service delivery. This necessitated an urgent shift in regular service delivery models. In Nigeria, as was the case in most countries, many people were unable to access health facilities owing to the mobility restrictive measures imposed by the government in attempts to control the spread of the disease. COVID-19 constraints saw healthcare organizations such as Planned Parenthood Federation of Nigeria (PPFN) - IPPF’s Member Association in the country - limit the hours and days clients could access services at its static clinics. Mobile health outreaches were no longer possible, and people were cautious about visiting hospitals. Additionally, health workers desired to attend to fewer clients for their own precautionary measures. This called for a review of the traditional face to face model that clinicians traditionally provided to clients, necessitating their adoption of digital and mobile technologies for health service delivery. COVID-19 accelerated the shift towards the digital world, with PPFN tapping into this opportunity. Harnessing the power of digital and mobile technologies, PPFN implemented new Digital Health Interventions (DHIs) to ensure sustained provision of sexual reproductive health (SRH) information and services during the pandemic. Download the complete case study here: Establishing Digital Health Interventions in Nigeria