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Increasing modern contraceptive use among post-pregnancy women in Lagos

Providing quality and affordable

family planning services

Increasing the number of new Post Pregnancy Family Planning acceptors


The Project

The Post Pregnancy Family Planning (PPFP) Project is a four-year project (2017-2021) funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and MSD for Mothers that aims to support private sector health providers to offer post-pregnancy clients the information and services they require to commence the use of family planning services in Lagos State

Our Shared Vision

We envision “a community where a committed Private Health Services and all stakeholders work together to make quality and affordable FP, a way of life for post-pregnancy women”

+ Our Goal & Objectives

Stories from the field

With over 20 years of work experience in the private sector, I have never been trained on the insertion and removal of Implant (A Long Acting Reversible Contraceptive Method) Read More

Mrs. Maureen Dedeibe

Mid-wife nurse, Graceland Hospital,


I have been so scared about FP as a result of the myths going around. I was told that it kills, especially IUCD that it causes infertility and miscarriage. I was told by neighbours about a woman who inserted IUCD and…Read More

Mrs. Jaiyeoba Kehinde

A married client

FP is something I have been dreaming of as a mid-wife. I was not opportune to practice it, because of the private facilities where I have worked… Read More

Grace Umeileka

A registered mid-wife nurse

I have always believed in FP; however, post pregnancy family planning is new and different.
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Dr. Alabi Richard
The uptake of FP at Emmanuelle Clinic has been low despite all efforts. It has been difficult getting clients to take up FP methods… Read More >
Dr Oluwagbemi Olukemi
I was not interested in knowing anything about FP However, after attending an organized orientation on routine health talks and … Read More >
Ebunoluwa Oyedipe

Our Consortium

PPFP is implemented by the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP) in partnership with the Association for Reproductive and Family Health (ARFH) and Center for Communication and Social Impact (CCSI).




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