List of Marie Stopes Clinics In Nigeria and their addresses(Lagos, Abuja, Benin)

List of Marie Stopes Clinics In Nigeria and their addresses(Lagos,Abuja,Benin)

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Marie Stopes Clinics In Nigeria
Marie stops hospitals in Nigeria are in Lagos, Abuja and Benin for now

Marie Stopes Clinics in Nigeria Down pointing backhand index:

LAGOS:

105, Itire Road, Lawanson Surulere, Lagos State

ABUJA:

29, Ekukinam Street Utako, Abuja.

BENIN:

2B, Aruosa Street, Sakponba Road, Benin Edo State.

Who is Marie Stopes and what do they represent?

Marie Stopes Nigeria provide CONFIDENTIAL support and counselling on issues relating to pregnancy prevention (contraceptives and contraception), sexually transmitted infections, painful menstruation and more.

They are a champion for the sexual and reproductive health of women. Think of women’s health, Marie Stopes got you covered. They are a firm crusaderof women empowerment and right to choose when they want to have children.

According to Wikipedia: “Marie Stopes International is an international non-governmental organisation providing contraception and safe abortion services in 37 countries around the world. Marie Stopes International as an organisation lobbies in favour of access to abortion, and provides a variety of sexual and reproductive healthcare services including advice, vasectomies, and abortions in the UK and other countries where it is legal to do so.”

“In 2015 there were an estimated 21 million women around the world using a method of contraception provided by Marie Stopes International. The contraception and safe abortion services that the organisation provided in 2015 averted 6.3 million unintended pregnancies, 4 million unsafe abortions and 18,100 maternal deaths.”

“The organisation’s core services include family planning; safe abortion and post-abortion care; maternal and child health care, including safe delivery and obstetrics; diagnosis and treatment of sexually transmitted infections; and HIV/AIDS prevention.”

The organization was founded in 1976 by
Tim Black, Jean Black and Phil Harvey and the current Chief Executive Officer is Simon Cooke.

This article was drafted by the NIGERIAN HEALTH BLOG as its contribution to ensuring Nigerian women get access to to the right experts in reproductive and sexual health.

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