Sustainability is key to interventions that seek to make the lives of beneficiaries better. Read a great example of a self-sustaining MamaYe Nigeria maternal and newborn health intervention in Bauchi State that is now on autopilot!
The disclosure was made during the launching of the MamaYe campaign in Gombe State. The Health Commissioner, who spoke at the occasion, also mentioned how the government has trained and increased the number of nurses and midwives.
In this report, the World Health Organization, UNICEF and the International Baby Food Action Network provide updates on the legal status of implementing the International Code of Marketing of Breast-milk Substitutes in countries to protect and promote breastfeeding, including approaches to monitor and enforce the Code.
What are the latest numbers on maternal and newborn health in Nigeria? How do they vary between urban and rural areas? When young Nigerian women are educated, how much more likely are they to gain access to contraception?
Check out all of the infographics, source data and analysis here.