5-day workshop to build capacity of 50 health workers on Sexual and Gender-based Violence (SGBV) in collaboration with Multi-sector Crisis in Nigeria (MCN) through the British Council and European Union

Friday the 30th July 2021, The Executive Chairman (EC) of the Adamawa State Primary Health Care Development Agency (ADSPHCDA), Dr Sulaiman Saidu Bashir, has formally declared closed, a 5-day workshop to build capacity of 50 health workers on Sexual and Gender-based Violence (SGBV). This feat was achieved in collaboration with Multi-sector Crisis in Nigeria (MCN) through the British Council and with funding from European Union. Indeed, the Agency is gradually building the critical mass it needs to respond to the scourge of SGBV in Adamawa state. The Agency then made clear its commitment to continue to create enabling environment to achieve set targets and objectives in Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH).

In this vein, the EC of the Agency then reiterated Agency’s clear resolve to partner with relevant stakeholders and organisations to run an all-inclusive project to strengthen Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) in Adamawa state. The EC then appreciated the excellent facilitation of the course, its participatory nature as well as the keen attention of the participant. Before declaring the workshop closed, the EC urged the participants to use the knowledge and skills acquired to improve the output and outcome of SRH in their respective duty stations, while also being sensitive to clìent expectations and related matted issues.