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RCAC - Rural Contraceptives Access Campaign

RCAC Phase II Project Launch

The Rural Contraceptives Access Campaign (RCAC) Phase II is a continuation of the project implemented in selected hard-to-reach communities in Nigeria to showcase level of knowledge, uptake, access to, and quality of family planning services available to rural community dwellers. Read more


Rural Contraceptives Access Campaign Phase I

The purpose of RCAC project is to showcase level the of knowledge; uptake; access to; and quality of family planning services available to married adolescents living in Gyigyi and Sharuwana rural communities in Niger state, Nigeria through strategic community advocacy and data capturing activities by January, 2017.

Specific activities of RCAC project


Video interviews featuring married adolescents, men in the communities, traditional and religious leaders and community health extension workers.


Engage local media especially the local radio station.


Development of a website (www.myfptori.com) in addition to social media platforms (facebook and twitter) to disseminate findings and engage the global community on the local efforts.


Engage some policy makers and political leaders that are close to the grassroots.


Based on the findings of the interviews, implement trainings and town hall meetings on improved contraceptive use.

Photo Gallary

Video Gallary

You can't get condom here - Young man
I don't know about family planning - Community Head
I lost four children in a row - Rural woman
I create awareness on family planning - Religious Leader

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