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Sexual/Reproductive/Maternal/Child and Adolescent Health


A 5 year Realist Evaluation (2015-2020) of a maternal and child health programme in Nigeria, titled  “Determinants of effectiveness and sustainability of a novel Community Health Workers programme in improving Mother and Child Health in Nigeria” This was a multi-phased  mixed methods study which employed an overarching Realist Evaluation approach to assess the SURE-P Maternal and Child health programme.

The SURE-P (SUbsidy Reinvestment and Empowerment Programme) was a national programme which ploughed subsidies removed from Petroleum products in 2012 back into poverty alleviation programmes and social safety nets for the rural and underserved population of the country.The Evaluation was conducted in partnership with University of Leeds, United Kingdom (UK) with Grants from the Medical  Research Council, UK. The study protocol has since been published, along with project outputs as outlined below. 

Our Team

  • Prof. Benjamin Uzochukwu (Lead)
  • Prof. Obinna Onwujekwe
  • Prof. Nkoli Ezumah
  • Dr. Enyi Etiaba (Project Manager)
  • Dr. Chinyere Mbachu
  • Dr. Shalom Obi
  • Dr. Chinyere Okeke
  • Dr. Chioma Onyedinma
  • Ms. Uche Ezenwaka
  • Mr. Aloysius Odii
  • Mr. Udochukwu Ogu
  • Dr. Patricia Agbawodikeizu
  • Ms. Pamela Ogbozor