Jhpiego began working in Niger in the early 1990s, initially collaborating with the medical and paramedical schools to build their capacity to train their students in reproductive health. After a lengthy hiatus due to the 1996 coup, Jhpiego started to work in Niger again in 2013 with funding from the United Nations Population Fund for: 1) a regional postpartum family planning initiative for West Africa; and 2) a program to strengthen Niger’s pre-service midwifery education system.

For a complete description of Jhpiego’s work in Niger, click the link below.

Jhpiego in Niger