Chairman of the organisation, Bala Tijjani, gave the commendation in a statement in Kaduna.
He said that the action demonstrated the state government’s commitment to ensuring better reproductive health for residents amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
“The fear exercised by residents and partners over reproductive health of families, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic period will now be addressed.
“The shortage of CBS commodities already experienced in the state will drop drastically.
“We also commend the state government for keeping the Primary Healthcare Centres open for residents to access antenatal care and immunisation services among others,” he said.
Tijjani called on the Federal Government to ensure timely supply of needed CBS commodities to citizens, in order to reduce maternal deaths in the country.
Edited By: Fela Fashoro/Maharazu Ahmed (NAN)
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