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Extramarital Sex among Nigerian Men Study Published in American Journal of Men's Health
Based on the study results, it could be concluded that significant proportions of Nigerians are exposed to HIV infection through extramarital sex. A fundamental behavioral change expected in the era of HIV/AIDS is the inculcation of marital fidelity and emotional bonding between marital partners.
Located in Our Work / HIV and AIDS
Monitoring Outcomes of PEPFAR Orphans and Vulnerable Children Programs in Nigeria
The PEPFAR/Nigeria team selected five OVC projects in Nigeria to be surveyed out of seven USAID funded projects and nine projects funded by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).
Located in Our Work / Orphans and Vulnerable Children / Monitoring Outcomes of PEPFAR OVC Programs
Nigeria
MEASURE Evaluation worked in Nigeria for more than a decade and recently USAID has asked us to return to help assess malaria control efforts, working with the Nigerian Malaria Elimination Program (NMEP) and its partners on a rapid impact assessment (RIA) in four states, supported by the President’s Malaria Initiative (PMI).
Located in Countries
Nigeria End-of-Phase-III Dissemination Meeting
The purpose of the Nigeria End-of-Phase-III dissemination meeting is to share the project’s successes, discuss lessons learned and formally announce to all stakeholders the winding up of Phase III activities.
Located in Countries / Nigeria
MEASURE Evaluation/Nigeria End-of-Phase-III Event
In June 2014, MEASURE Evaluation/Nigeria held a dissemination meeting to mark the end of MEASURE Evaluation Phase III. The meeting shared project successes and discussed lessons learned in Phase III.
Located in Countries / Nigeria
Nigeria Health and Mapping Summit 2011 Summary
Report from the Nigeria Health and Mapping Summit 2011: Enlisting National Mapping Agencies in Improving Health Outcomes
Located in Our Work / Geographic Information Systems
Improving Nigeria’s National Health Information System
In 2013, MEASURE Evaluation helped improve health outcomes in Nigeria through three primary activities: 1) assisting the country’s government in improving HIV/AIDS data quality, 2) validating guidelines on routine health information systems (RHIS) data management, and 3) supporting the review of a health information management curriculum for health records officers.
Located in Our Work / Health Information Systems
Session II – Building Sustainable Country-Owned M&E Systems
This session explores local ownership principles and describes how they have been practiced in Nigeria and Ethiopia.
Located in End-of-Phase-III Event
Nigeria: HIS Indicators
Located in HIS Strengthening Resource Center Home / Country Profiles
Publication Octet Stream Nigeria Reproductive Health, Child Health, and Education Household, School, and Health Facility Baseline Surveys, 2005: Executive Summary
Keating J (2006)
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