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Futures Group is recruiting for a short-term consultant to coordinate advocacy activities with the government of Lagos State through the Lagos State Ministry of Health and between the Federal Ministry of Health and the Lagos State Ministry of Health, under a BMGF-funded initiative to support the government of Nigeria through a Technical Support Unit (TSU) project. The goal of the position is to ensure Lagos state buy-in to the recently developed National Family Planning Blueprint, and the development of a state-level costed implementation plan (CIP) for family planning. The consultant will coordinate with the TSU national level personnel and other consultants as well as the FMOH family planning focal person for the TSU project. The consultant will, in collaboration with the National Advocacy Consultant, identify and coordinate advocacy and awareness-raising activities during a week-long advocacy trip to be made by staff members from the FMOH family planning team to Lagos, Kaduna and Oyo. This position is based in Lagos, Kaduna and Oyo, Nigeria.
Deliverables (to be produced in conjunction with national lead advocacy consultant)
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