Partnering with Religious and Traditional Leaders to Improve Sexual and Reproductive Health Services in Nigeria

Participants at the 2-day Sexual and Reproductive Health Workshop for traditional and religious leaders. Photo credit: Marie Stopes International Organisation Nigeria
High-level traditional and religious leaders at the event discussed some of the critical issues affecting the provision and uptake of quality reproductive health services in Nigeria. Photo credit: Marie Stopes International Organisation Nigeria
Image credit: Nigeria Health Watch
Image credit: Nigeria Health Watch
Image credit: Nigeria Health Watch

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