Male participation Will Help Encourage Demand For Family Planning- Health Workers

Male participation Will Help Encourage Demand For Family Planning- Health Workers

Health workers at a summit of the Social and Behavior Change Communications Technical Working Group (SBCC/TWG) in Taraba State have called for male involvement in family planning noting it would stimulate the demand for services. Information Guide Nigeria

Health instructors were drawn from all parts of the State to look at how to make family planning and childbirth spacing services acceptable in the nooks and crannies of the state.

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According to the health workers, engaging male partners would help the Completion Referral Rate (CRR) of Family Planning in the state. jamb results

They also said involving traditional and religious leaders in the campaign for family planning services acceptance would not only increase the demand but also motivate- those accessing the services to complete their referral rates. DAILY POST reports.

Accepting that male partners can influence family planning, childbirth spacing and contraceptives use, the health workers tasked husbands to desist from discouraging their spouses from accessing the services, saying it has become necessary, following the increase in maternal mortality rates.

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