Embracing Childbirth Spacing for a Sustainable Nigeria

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As the world observed World Population Day on July 11, The Challenge Initiative (TCI) urges Nigeria to prioritize childbirth spacing as a crucial step towards a sustainable future.

With a population exceeding 200 million and rapid growth projections, the country faces significant challenges in addressing poverty, healthcare, and sustainable development.

TCI emphasizes the importance of comprehensive data collection and analysis in driving informed planning and service delivery. Investments in population data systems are crucial, ensuring safe and inclusive data collection.

Childbirth spacing is vital in managing demographic trends, allocating resources effectively, and improving the quality of life for all Nigerians.

Nigeria has made significant progress in sexual and reproductive health over the last 30 years, driven by improved data collection and analysis. However, efforts must be sustained to ensure inclusive programming, addressing marginalized communities and growing healthcare inequalities.

By prioritizing childbirth spacing and inclusive data collection, Nigeria can create resilient systems, reflecting the diverse experiences of all citizens, leading to a sustainable and prosperous future where rights and choices are enjoyed by everyone.

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