All in Bauchi State – Bauchi State Primary Health Care Development Agency has conducted a one-day orientation for about forty five participants with a view to creating more awareness on Childbirth spacing services.
The participants comprises Social Behavioural Change Communication Committee members and Twenty Health Educators across the state on Childbirth spacing services
The Orientation is in collaboration with The Challenge Initiative, TCI.
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The State Executive Chairman, Primary Health Care Development Agency, Adamu Gamawa, on Saturday urged the participants to put into practice what they were taught.
Represented by State Health Educator, Hajiya Rahina Aliyu, said although TCI was working in five Local Government Areas, but choose the participants from the twenty LGAs to have requisite knowledge on the programme.
The TCI State Coordinator, Mrs. Rabi Ekele said the organisation was in the state to increase access to child spacing services with a view to improving the current National Demographic Health Survey that puts the State at two point one percent.
Mrs. Ekele used the forum to call on husbands to support their spouses to access Childbirth spacing services for the health and economic benefit of families and the society in general.