Clinical mentoring builds confidence, improves services in Jigawa

Clinical mentoring builds confidence, improves services in Jigawa

“His coming has improved our knowledge, particularly about things we did not do properly before. For instance, he helps to change the drugs to more appropriate medications for our patients.&r... Read more
Health Providers Overjoyed to Finally Obtain Needed Medicines

Health Providers Overjoyed to Finally Obtain Needed Medicines

Casmir Odoh worked as a pharmacist in the public health sector for over 23 years, and currently manages the Central Medical Store (CMS) in Enugu State. His years of experience mean he’s no st... Read more
Community Health Champions improve maternal and child health in Lagos

Community Health Champions improve maternal and child health in Lagos

Mrs Felicia Ademoye, a 33-year-old mother of two, delivered her first child at home with the help of a traditional birth attendant. Felicia did not know about the importance of antenatal care (ANC)... Read more
Revitalising Primary Health Care in Kano State

Revitalising Primary Health Care in Kano State

To improve the delivery of quality maternal and child health services, the Kano State Primary Health Care Management Board (PHCMB) has adopted the cluster system made popular by the UK aid-funded P... Read more

Impact Stories

Tuesday 09 September, 2014

Aishat Akinpelu is a 30-year-old mother of three residing in Ifako-Gbagada, a suburb of Lagos, Nigeria, who struggles to eke out a living as a petty trader selling fruits along the roadside. When Aishat was pregnant with her third child, she resolved to deliver her baby at home, thinking she could not afford to register for antenatal care and deliver her baby at the health facility. Accor...read more

Tuesday 09 September, 2014

Forty-year-old mother of five, Hajiya Mariam Bello lives in Rubuci in Zaria LGA of Kaduna State. She was pregnant with her sixth child when, one night in September 2013, she went into labour at home and started bleeding. Her...read more

Tuesday 09 September, 2014

Sixty-five-year-old Mallam Ramalan Garba is a prominent and influential soothsayer in the Tudun Wada Local Government Area in Kano State. For many years, most pregnant women for miles around have patronised his home office for herbs, prayers and incantations. Until recently it was common knowledge that he had no faith in modern medicine, especially since he saw it as inaccessible and generally ...read more

PATHS2 in the News

Wednesday 10 September, 2014

FOR improved service delivery at the Primary Healthcare Centre (PHC), the United Kingdom’s Department for International Development (DFID), through its implementing partner, Partnership for Transforming Health Systems II (PATHS2) has donated a 20KVA power generating set to the Egbe-Idimu PHC in Alimoso area of the state....read more

Wednesday 18 June, 2014

To measure the success rate of its intervention programme in Nigeria, Partnership for Transforming Health Systems Phase II (PATHS2) has trained 200 officials to conduct evaluation survey in households and health facilities....read more

About PATHS2

Partnership for Transforming Health Systems Phase II (PATHS2) is a six year national programme funded by the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID) to strengthen Nigeria’s health system.  PATHS2 seeks to contribute to effective and efficient use of Nigeria’s resources to achieve the health related Millennium Development Goals 4 and 5. ...read more