What our Community say

I am very proud to be a dRPC Champion, over the years I became too instrumental in pushing the agenda in changing the attitudes of male towards woman participation and empowerment.
Alhaji Umar Jabbi, Sarkin Yakin Gagi
District Head of Gagi, Sultanate of Sokoto
dRPC as a civil society has played a critical role supporting government to improve maternal and child health indices in Nigeria
Dr Salma Anas Ibrahim Kolo
Special Adviser Health to Nigeria’s President,
The dRPC’s partnership with MWAN from 2018-2021 has strengthened our capacities at the national level and in Kano state to promote essential health services and to support routine immunization and other child health programmes in Kano state
Dr Minnie Oseji
Former National President, Medical Women Association of Nigeria, MWAN
I would like to express my sincere gratitude to dRPC for their unwavering commitment and dedication to advocacy efforts in the Nigerian healthcare space. Your commitment to collaboration and partnership has further strengthened the impact of your advocacy work. Furthermore, by forging alliances with stakeholders from various sectors, you have fostered a supportive environment that amplifies your voice and helps drive meaningful change. These have continued to positively impact countless lives and serve as an inspiration to us all. Here's wishing dRPC more giant strides in advancing healthcare access, quality and equity.
Maj Gen (Dr) Shina Ogunbiyi,* mni, FNAMed
Project Director, AANI-PAS, Lagos
dRPC has come to stay as a major policy actor in Nigeria. It's critical engagement with numerous public, private and civil society sectors in the country is unequalled and commendable. In a modest way, it is filling in the gaps previously occupied by state actors in policy making, implementation and monitoring and evaluation. dRPC's commitment to gender equity and promotion of inclusivity is commended. Within the limits of its resources, dRPC should extend its coverage
Professor Sha Dung Pam
Director Research, NIPSS, Kuru, Jos
The award is IN recognition to your continuous partnership with the ministry and your services to the Nigerian women
Uju Kennedy Ohanenye
Minister for Women Affairs
dRPC’s community-driven initiatives prove more effective in reaching out to the locals and enlightening them through their traditional and religious leaders that are often held in high regard, on the negative impact of these harmful practices of ending child marriage
Kembo Takam Gagsing Hermine
African Union Rapporteur
The work of dRPC in research and women’s economic empowerment has been instrumental in national development. I commend and recommend them as worthy partners of progress and appreciate their work, which is instrumental to the developmental sector.
Ms Hansatu Adegbite,