The Federal Government in collaboration with key stakeholders and partners have pledged to achieve a Contraceptive Prevalence Rate (CPR) of 27 per cent among women by 2020.
Alhaji Sani Jabbi, the Chairman Board of Trustees, Association for the Advancement of Family Planning (AAFP), made this known while briefing newsmen on Tuesday in Abuja.
The event theme; “Towards the Nigeria renewed Family Planning (FP) Commitment’’ aimed at enabling healthy timing, spacing of births, and to limit the number of births among women of reproductive age.
Jabbi said Nigeria joined other Member Countries of the FP 2020 global community to renew its commitment to reducing maternal mortality and child death at the FP2020 Summit in London on July 11, 2017.
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