NOA/UNICEF Encourage Women To Adopt Essential Family Practices

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Updated September 1, 2017

The National Orientation Agency (NOA)/ United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) have called on women in the Southeast to contribute meaningfully towards the development of their families and communities.

The Abia State Director (NOA) Dr Mrs Ngozi Uduma who was speaking at a women’s gathering at Oguduasa Ogboro-Isuikwuato Local Government Area of the State, urged women from all walks of life to use the avenue to strengthen and enforce decisions that concern their development.

Dr. Uduma charged the women to take serious, issues such as antenatal care, immunization of children, exclusive breastfeeding, hand washing and proper excreta disposal for the general wellbeing of the family.

“I want to urge all the women sitting here to teach others that are not here the need to embrace essential family practices for the well-being of your families.

“We would continue to sensitize women in the communities on the essential family practices, as we pledge to continue to diffuse the message, we want you to encourage compliance among the women folk for a better healthy Nation,” she stated.