Marie Stopes International (MSI) Nigeria has partnered with the Kebbi State government to provide healthcare services to the people of the state.
The country director of MSI Nigeria, Mr Emmanuel Aja, revealed this yesterday at the inauguration of the committee of the Marie Stopes International Resilience Programme in Kebbi at the Presidential Lodge in Birnin Kebbi metropolis.
Aja who commended the state government’s sustained support to the intervention of MSI Nigeria since 2014 when it commenced operation in the state, also added that the reproductive health and pandemic resilience project was a project of KFW development bank of Germany designed for the reduction of maternal deaths from complications of unplanned pregnancies.
He said the programme therefore, must seek to enhance the quality of life for Nigerian women and girls, focusing on reproductive health and pandemic resilience.
Governor Nasir Idris, who opened the event through his deputy, Senator Umar Abubakar Tafidan Kabi, said MSI Nigeria had been providing reproductive health services in Nigeria since 2009 with branches and clinics in many states of the federation.