Join our webinar: 10th November, 10:00 GMT
Improving access to health in Nigeria through Emergency Transport Schemes
With social distancing keeping us apart, it is even more important to connect with one another. We are excited to share with you some of our experiences with ETS during our webinar at 10.00am (GMT), 11.00am (West Africa Time), 1.00pm (East Africa Time) on Tuesday 10th November 2020.
During the event, which will last approximately 45 minutes, you will hear from Transaid’s Programmes Support Manager, Edward O’ Connor; National Project Manager, Ismaila Balogun; and other organisations working in the maternal health/transport sphere such as Society for Family Health.
We will be sending a recording of the webinar to everyone who has registered, so if you would like to attend but cannot make the scheduled time, you can register today and watch it at a later date!
We would love to see you there – register below!
About the webinar
Transaid has been implementing emergency transport schemes in Nigeria for over 10 years, most recently in Adamawa and Nasarawa States. The overarching objective of the schemes is to overcome the transport challenges that women in rural areas experience in accessing maternal health services through the provision of safe, affordable and sustainable transport solutions.
Transaid has previously played a part in implementing a number of emergency transport components in programmes such as PRRINN-MNCH (DFID & NORAD), Maternal Health Learning Project in Gombe State (Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation), Linking Pregnant Women to Maternal Health Services (Comic Relief UK) and most recently the Nasarawa State Emergency Transport Scheme (ETS) (Puma Energy Foundation).
This webinar will focus on our ETS experiences and the potential this intervention has to positively impact maternal health outcomes on a wide scale. It is an opportunity to hear from different organisations who have implemented the approach in different locations and to different scales and hear about challenges and lessons learnt. We will also be answering any questions you may have in a Q&A session at the end.