NPHCDA Obtains Technical Support to Mitigate Maternal and Child Mortality


The National Primary Health Care Development Agency (NPHCDA) has been given a boost in mitigating maternal and child mortality through its partnership with TAconnect.

Speaking at the launch of TAconnect in Abuja, SSP System Development Manager, NPHCDA, Daniel Ottoh, said the partnership aims to improve uptake and ensure services reach the grassroots.

“It’s like a collaboration to now significantly reduce maternal and child mortality. This is an important step and a commendable initiative that will now help to reduce and ensure that our target is also maintained.

“With TAconnect, we think it’s going to be a collaboration because they already work in eight states of the federation and we hope they will now expand because eight out of 37, you can imagine what it can be”, mentioned.

In her welcome remarks, TAConnect Executive Director, Dr. Lilian Anomnachi, said that TAConnect is an innovative platform set up to address technical assistance priorities aimed at promoting sustainable improvements in the performance of healthcare systems. primary health care and to increase the uptake of reproductive, maternal, neonatal and child health care. , and adolescent health and nutrition services (RMNCAH+N) across the country.


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