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Hepatitis, HIV, Prostate and Cervical cancer
Community Health Outreach
Community Health Outreach on Maternal and Child Health
Theme: Financing Agriculture & Rural Development in Nigeria: Issues & Way Forward
LAPO Improving Lives
In the early 1980s, the Nigerian economy experienced shocks arising from the short-fall in oil revenue due to the glut in the international oil market. Governments at national and sub-national levels were unable to adequately meet its obligations to the citizenry.
In 1986, the government began the implementation of the International Monetary Funds-sanctioned Structural Adjustment Programme (SAP). The central components of SAP were the devaluation of the national currency, the Naira; removal of subsidies from social services and rationalization of the workforce in the public service. The cumulative effects of the above interventions were a rise in the incidence of poverty in Nigeria.
LAPO Rural Development Initiative
A development organization enabling economic prosperity; health for all; gender equity and social justice.
To use innovative approaches to provide financial, health and social services to stakeholders in a sustainable manner.
Health for All
Health for All activities are designed and implemented to ease access to health services for rural dwellers.
LAPO Agricultural and Rural Development Initiative (LARDI)
LARDI is designed to promote household livelihood activities towards improving the conditions of living of low-income households in rural communities.
Social Change Advocacy
Social Change Advocacy programme seeks to influence policymakers; resource holders and access providers and individuals to implement policies ..
LAPO Household Poultry Initiative (LAHPI)
LAPO Household Poultry Initiative (LAHPI) is designed to enhance the nutritional status and income of domestic poultry farmers in Nigeria.
LAPO Rural Development Initiative (LARDI) is designed to promote household livelihood activities towards improving the conditions of living of low-income households in rural communities
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