Family Planning


Bringing Nigerian Health Clinics Back to Life in 72 Hours

Bringing Nigerian Health Clinics Back to Life in 72 Hours

After each clinic makeover, the use of modern family planning services there increased significantly. Renovating the environment makes it more appealing, cleaner and motivates clients to seek care at the facility.


A young Rael Odengo, left, conducts a radio interview in Western Kenya.

‘I Am Who I Am Because of the Show’

In rural Kenya in the mid-1990s, Rael Odengo had no running water, but the teen had a radio. The Youth Variety Show was her only way to get family planning information. Now, at CCP, she creates the kind of programs that shaped her youth.


R to L: Margaret Bolaji, Kizanne James, Sandy Abdelmessih, William Otuck, Patrick Segawa

Youth Inspiring Youth on Family Planning and More

With about 1.8 billion people in the world between the ages of 10 and 24 – the largest youth population ever – health programming needs to have a special focus on young people, making sure they have the most accurate and relevant information about HIV prevention, modern contraceptive methods and gender equality.


A family planning session with a client in Kaduna, Nigeria

When Service Providers Say ‘No’

Health clinics were turning away many of the women sent for contraception. To get family planning providers onboard, CCP had to change its approach.



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