- DevComs and NURHI take Family planning Advocacy to Tribune Newspapers, Ibadan
- DevComs immerse 19 successful journalists in a two-day national capacity building in Abuja under the
- DevComs and NURHI team visit BCOS Ibadan during a Family Planning Media Advocacy to Media organisati
DevComs and NURHI take Family Planning Advocacy to the Media
Not fewer than 23 media houses in Zaria, Ibadan, Kaduna, Ilorin, Abuja and Benin have been visited during the Family Planning Media Advocacy visits embarked upon recently by Development Communications Network (DevComs) and Nigerian Urban Reproductive Health Initiative (NURHI).
The visits were aimed at strengthening partnership with the media in order to give more attention to issues relating to family planning and using the media as a medium to deepen and increase public understanding of family planning services and commodities.
Development Communications (DevComs) Network in a two-day capacity building in Abuja, has successfully trained 19 finalist out of the 40 journalists who attended the State Capacity Building in Kaduna and Lagos in October 2012.
The workshop tagged National Capacity Building is an activity under the Journalism Development Programme (JDP 2) embarked upon in June 2013. JDP 2, which is a build up on JDP 1, has reached 134 journalists through initial sensitization of an average of 20 journalists selected from each of Lagos, kwara, Enugu, Abuja, Kano, Kaduna and Jigawa.
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