CSOs Get Cluster Coaching On Budgetary Allocation For AYH+N
Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) from five states and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Abuja, have received cluster coaching on advocating inclusion of budgetary allocation for Adolescent Youth Health and Nutrition services (AYH+N) in the respective states and the FCT.
Dr Francis Eremutha, Executive Director, Women Friendly Initiative (WFI) a Non-Govermental Organization (NGO) disclosed this to newsmen at the second day of the cluster coaching exercise held in Kuje Area Council of Abuja.
The CSOs participants of the AYH+N include Heal the Youth Foundation (HTYF) from Plateau state, Focused Parenting and Youth Initiative for Development (FOPAYID) from Benue state.
Others are Civil Resource Development and and Documentation Centre (CIRDDOC) in Ebonyi state, Family Health Care Foundation (FAHCI) from Benue state, WFI in Abuja and the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ).