By Murtala Muhammad
Women in Kafin Madaki, Ganjuwa local government area of Bauchi state have expressed satisfaction on the use of child birth spacing (CBS) methods as a means of taking care of their children and the family at large.
They made their feelings known during a field visit to Primary Health Centre (PHC) Kafin Madaki, by the Bauchi State Public Health Media Network.
Some of them Zainab Ahmad and Aishatu Idris disclosed that the intervals between each child was three years and they have never encountered any challenge using the CBS methods.
They revealed that their husbands have given them full support to visit any health facility for child birth spacing services.
Another respondent, Maryam Abdullahi who got married few months ago said she was aware of CBS Service and has the intention of accessing it when she get her first child.
A mother of three, Hafsa Adamu who was at PHC Kafin Madaki for Ante Natal Care (ANC) said she had never accessed CBS service because her natural, pregnancy period is three years.
The Ward Development Committee (WDC) Chairman Kafin Madaki A. Mustapha Ibrahim Madaki who decried the stock out of CBS commodity in PHC Kafin Madaki urged authority concerned to make it available for couples to have easy access.
Mustapha Madaki added that the WDC was mobilizing husbands to allow their wives to access CBS for their health benefits and that of their children.