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UN Secretary-General's Visit to Nigeria


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In Nigeria, the USAID-funded Targeted States High Impact Project (TSHIP)'s chlorhexidine and misoprostol program is saving the lives of mothers and newborns, strengthening local health systems, and boosting local economy.

TSHIP Chief of Party Nosa Orobaton presented a slideshow depicting beneficiaries of TSHIP's groundbreaking program to 20 State Governors, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon, and the UNFPA Executive Director, Dr Osotimehin on August 23, 2015, and called for continued investment into interventions that save the lives of mothers and newborns.

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UN Secretary-General's Visit to Nigeria

  1. 1. We Commit to Saving Maternal and Newborn Lives in Nigeria
  2. 2. Traditional Rulers Support Saving Maternal and Newborn Lives in Nigeria: Emir of Dass
  3. 3. We Call on State Governors to Invest in Saving Maternal and Newborn Lives: Nigeria Aid Group/Jama’atu Nasril Islam, Sokoto State
  4. 4. The Private Sector Supports Saving Maternal and Newborn Lives Alhassan Baba Dantata, CEO Crescent House Limited
  5. 5. ABOVE: Barira and her newborn son in November 2014 RIGHT: Barira’s Son in August 2015 with his grandmother Barira- “I survived.”
  6. 6. Such women are at the greatest risk of post-partum hemorrhage (PPH).The newborn’s life will also be placed at great risk in such settings. “I survived.”
  7. 7. Every mother wants her child to grow healthy, strong and reach their full potential . “We are thriving.”
  8. 8. Contact Us: Dr. Nosa Orobaton +234 813 626 0446 E. Invest More in Maternal and Newborn Health Today