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Family Planning and sexual reproductive health in Nigeria

By TVC News Nigeria
23 November 2019   |   12:50 pm
In Lagos, Nigeria’s largest city with over 23 million residents, most women give birth in one of the thousands of private health facilities health facilities that thrive in the city. But few of those facilities were offering family planning services. Many women with infants were at risk of getting pregnant with the next child before they were ready.

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