Advocacy on Family Planning and Ending Childhood Killer Disease in Niger State
The Partnership for Advocacy in Child and Family Health at Scale (PAS) was designed as an intervention to strengthen the Nigeria Health System by creating an environment for civil society organizations to hold government at national and sub-national levels to account for its pledges, commitment and standard in healthcare service delivery within the area of child and family health. On 29th March 2019 Socio-Economic Research and Development Centre (SERDEC) signed a sub-grantee agreement with dRPC to carryout activities leading to advocacy on family planning and ending childhood killer disease in Niger State. The Partnership for Advocacy in Child and Family Health at Scale (PacFAH@Scale) project Nigeria is a pilot health accountability project implemented by the development Research and Projects Centre (dRPC) in partnership with indigenous civil society organizations to implement projects mainly in the areas of public health and education.
SERDEC PacFAH@Scale project issue areas includes: (Routine Immunization, Family Planning, childhood killer diseases and Primary Health Care under One Roof-PHCOUR). The project is designed as evidence based advocacy intervention to catalyze government at national and state levels to deliver on pledges made on funding healthcare service delivery of funding, administrative/regulatory procedures and public health policy & reforms.
OUR Activities so Far….
- SERDEC Partners PAS Partners to conduct a review on the four issue areas and developed issue brief on Family Planning and Child Killer Disease.
- SERDEC conducts Advocacy visits to Niger State Planning Commission and state Ministry of Health to access the 2018 CIP.
- SERDEC Conducts roundtable discussion on the impact of 2018-2019 Niger State health budgets with staff of Planning Commission and Ministry of Health Niger State
- Advocacy visit to the New E.D of Niger State Primary Health Care Development Agency
- SERDEC Conducts a review on the four issue areas & developed issue brief on Family Planning & Child Killer Disease.