How Lagos State is tackling the challenge of alternative birth methods

The OPE Luxe birthing home (arrowed) occupies a two-bedroom apartment in Surulere, Lagos. Photo source: Olufemi Omotayo
Entrance into the Ejire PHC on Ejire Street in Itire, Surulere. Photo source: Agnes Udosen
Besides her first child, Esther Kelechi has delivered her four other children at OPE Luxe. Photo source: Agnes Udosen
LSTMB Director, Mr Kadiku facilitating a sensitization training for traditional medicine practitioners. Photo source: Olorunkemi Kadiku
LSTMB Coordinating Director, Olorunkemi Kadiku. Photo source: Olorunkemi Kadiku
Matron of the Christ Apostolic Church (CAC) maternity home, Mrs Ogunyemi attending to her patient. Photo source: Olufemi Omotayo

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