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Centre for population health initiatives

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Providing holistic sexual and reproductive health services

At the Centre for Population Health Initiatives, Our strength lies in the partnerships we create, to foster social change. We continuously strive to provide holistic sexual and reproductive health services to our esteemed clients.

We are constantly exploring more opportunities of providing quality sexual health and rights solutions to key and vulnerable populations in Nigeria.

One of our main drive is to consistently deepen our relationships with all our strategic partners to continuously create an impact on HIV response for the vulnerable populations in Nigeria.

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Our vision and how to achieve it

Here's How We Achieve Our Goals

As the economic impact from COVID-19 is felt worldwide, the number of women who want access to reproductive choice, but don’t yet have it, is rising. Now, the UK Government has announced drastic cuts to funding, stripping access for women and girls further.

“People in remote areas will have nowhere else to access sexual and reproductive health services… These cuts will not only put lives at risk today, but they also risk undoing years of progress, with global ramifications.” Sue Holland, MSI Regional Director in West Africa responds to UK cuts.

As we launch our new strategy we also announce our bold vision for the next decade: By 2030, no abortion will be unsafe and every individual who wants access to contraception will have it. We know this is achievable, but it will require us to do things differently.

Our Blog

Browse our latest help & advice articles

Do I have a sexually transmitted infection?

If you’re worried you’ve caught a Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI), you won’t be alone. STIs, …
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Is my vaginal discharge normal?

Every woman has vaginal discharge. Healthy discharge is not only completely normal, but also necessary …
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What you need to know about genital warts

What are genital warts? Genital warts are small bump-like growths that usually grow in or …
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How often do I need to get tested?

The CDC recommends at least one HIV test for everyone ages 13 to 64 years …
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