The Partnership for Reviving Routine Immunisation in Northern Nigeria and Maternal Newborn and Child Health Initiative (PRRINN-MNCH), was a maternal, newborn and child health programme implemented in four States in Northern Nigeria (Jigawa, Yobe, Katsina and Zamfara), jointly funded by DFID and the Government of Norway, with UKAID as the coordinating development partner. This report examines the effectiveness of the programme. It is suggested that PRRINN-MNCH has made a significant contribution to improved maternal and child health in Northern Nigeria and has contributed to building stronger health systems and capacity in the four programme States. However, not all programme targets at outcome level were attained and there is still a large gap to enable adequate coverage for key maternal and child health interventions in the programme States.
Anon. Project closure report: Partnership for Reviving Routine Immunisation in Northern Nigeria &#8211; Maternal Newborn and Child Health Initiative, PRRINN-MNCH. (2015) 40 pp.