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Nigeria

Nigeria by the Numbers

Nigeria

Nigeria Population

199,220,487

Infection in country

Each year approximately
9,961,024
pregnant women are infected with malaria

TIPTOP objective within Nigeria

Increase the number of women who receive 3 doses of intermittent preventive treatment (IPTp) with quality assured sulfadoxine pyrimethamine in project areas to
50%

without negatively affecting the coverage of antenatal care visits

Proportion of women receiving IPTp

1 Dose
46.6%
2 Doses
37.2%
3 Doses
19%
MIS, 2015

Proportion of women attending antenatal care visits

At Least 1 Visit
61%
At Least 4 Visits
51%
NDHS, 2013

Team

Bartholomew Odio

Bartholomew Odio

Malaria Technical Advisor


Chinyere Obieje

Chinyere Obieje

Program Assistant


Herbert Onuoha

Herbert Onuoha

M&E Advisor

Ibrahim Ogwuche

Ibrahim Ogwuche

Finance Officer


Orji Bright Clement

Orji Bright Clement

Program Manager


Infographic

TIPTOP conducted a rapid facility assessment in each country to guide project implementation. The following topics were assessed across TIPTOP supported facilities: facility readiness to support IPTp, ANC provider knowledge and perceptions related to MiP, facility data quality, and existing linkages between facilities and CHWs. See the results of the TIPTOP Rapid Facility Assessment here

About TIPTOP

An innovative, community-based approach that aims to dramatically increase the number of pregnant women in malaria-affected countries in sub-Saharan Africa receiving life-saving antimalarial treatment.


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