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Miscarriage: Understanding a Painful Loss

By : on : March 18, 2024 comments : (315)

Sometimes, in life’s fragile moments, there’s a deep sadness that many people keep hidden. Miscarriage is one of those experiences, where pain and loss touch many lives but often go unspoken. Every year, millions of people face the heartbreaking reality of losing a hoped-for child before birth, leaving them devastated.  The signs of miscarriage can […]

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From Taboo to Empowerment: The Role of Nigerian Parents in Providing Comprehensive Sexuality Education for Young People

By : on : January 23, 2024 comments : (336)

As we commemorate the International Day of Education, it is a poignant moment to reflect on the fundamental role education plays in shaping not only academic knowledge but also the holistic development of our children. One integral aspect of a child’s growth that often faces societal reluctance and taboos is sexuality education. Today, as we […]

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Saminaka’s Resilience: Community Leaders Spearhead the Battle Against Gender-Based Violence

By : on : January 16, 2024 comments : (763)

Saminaka, a rural community in Zamfara State hosts people who have been internally displaced due to incessant violence in the State. Resources in this area like food, quality healthcare, and meaningful work have become even more strained. Women and girls are the most vulnerable in this situation, not unlike situations like this around the country.  […]

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NEWSLETTER

By : on : December 11, 2023 comments : (792)

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Increasing Access to SRHR services in Humanitarian Settings

By : on : May 16, 2022 comments : (783)

The Boko Haram insurgency in North-East Nigeria led to people’s profound political, economic, and social dislocations in Borno State. For more than a decade now, since the resurgence of the insurgents, millions of citizens have been rendered homeless. Hence, there has been a surge of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) hosted in various government and privately […]

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Influence of Community-Based Health Volunteers (CBHV) on COVID 19 Vaccine Acceptance.

By : on : March 17, 2022 comments : (1,102)

The adverse effect of the COVID-19 pandemic was felt across every socio-political and economic stratum of our society. It took a toll on our everyday transactional activities. It exposed the gaps that existed in our communities and had forced us to re-evaluate our ways of moving forward. In Nigeria, the health sector suffered the most […]

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PPFN facilitated the provision of SRHR services in Kaduna state.

By : on : March 17, 2022 comments : (324)

“Before receiving these items, I and my sisters use “tsuma (rags)” when on our periods. This is the first time I’m seeing this thing; a sanitary towel” –Lami Beneficiary Lami, a secondary school student in the Kakuri community, Kaduna State is one of the beneficiaries of our Civil Society Organisation Engagement (CSOE) project. Along with […]

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PPFN COMMEMORATES INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY

By : on : March 8, 2022 comments : (317)

Abuja, 8th March 2022 Every year, on the 8th of March, people across the world celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. But beyond the celebration, we gather to advocate for women’s rights, lobby for accelerated gender parity, and also raise awareness on unanswered gender issues. This day (and every day) we’re […]

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