Society For Family Health


Rwanda Social Marketing Program

The focus of the project was to increase awareness of and engagement with the community and this focus saw new milestones in delivering sustainable health impact across the 6 health areas namely: HIV prevention, malaria, family planning, maternal and child health, nutrition as well as water and sanitation During this year, SFH Rwanda started implementing a new HIV prevention service, mobile HTC branded Moonlight targeting key and priority population including surrounding communities (General population).


The Expanded Social Marketing Project in Nigeria

ESMPIN was a USAID-funded nationwide social marketing project focused on 15 priority states in Nigeria, aimed at improving maternal and child health by promoting family planning methods, and child health products. Some diseases like diarrhea, malaria and pneumonia, lack of family planning (FP) and inappropriate care of pregnant mothers and newborns are some of the causes responsible for Nigeria’s high maternal, neonatal and child mortality rates. ESMPIN also promoted healthy behaviors in addition to its product demand.