As a key component of our strategic drive to make quality health products available, SFHSL commenced the distribution of high-quality medicines and medical devices across our portfolio in the country. With an active presence in the RH-FP space in the country, some of the commodities being distributed include Gold Circle Classic, Gold Circle Strawberry, and Gold circle studded. The team continues with its product distribution and commodity import and continues to engage with local stakeholders and partners as part of the in-country public health advocacy group.


SFH Liberia is currently implementing a multi-country implementation of UNICEF nutrition project evaluation in partnership with KIT. This is currently being implemented in Nigeria and Liberia.

This evaluation is a multi-country assessment focused on UNICEF initiatives implemented to both prevent stunting among children in the West and Central Africa region (Burkina Faso, Liberia, Nigeria, Niger, and Mali). This result is often defined as “Key Result for Children or KRC 2” and realize the human right to health and to survival and development.

KRC 2 is defined as follows: “By 2021, 80% (74 million) of girls and boys under 5, especially those who are marginalized and those living in humanitarian settings, receive high impact nutrition services to prevent stunting”. This regional result is also closely linked to the achievement of another large-scale one, that of “maintaining the annual reduction in the rate of stunting to achieve in all the countries selected by 2021 the six global nutrition targets. established by the World Health Assembly for 2025”

The Society for Family in partnership with KIT Tropical Institute is conducting the evaluation of the KRC2 intervention programme in Nigeria and Liberia. This evaluation has two main purposes: accountability and learning.

  • As for the accountability goal, this evaluation will report on the results (planned or not) that were achieved by the KRC # 2 acceleration strategy, with donors (vertical accountability) as well as the expected beneficiaries of the programs that make up the subject of this assessment (horizontal accountability).  
  • As for the purpose of organizational learning, this assessment:
    • will inform the development by the section “Nutrition” of the regional office and each Country Office of the new regional and national strategy; and – will guide UNICEF to better replicate the most effective and efficient intervention models in other intervention areas.


The objectives of the evaluation include:

  • To determine the relevance, coherence, efficiency, effectiveness, impact, and sustainability of stunting prevention strategies (KRC2) to contribute to the survival and development of each child.
  • To identify lessons learned about what worked or not during the implementation of the regional strategy and key interventions, including unintended results (positive and negative);
  • To identify good practices in the prevention of stunting and interventions on malnutrition.
  • To make key recommendations on how to improve the implementation processes and performance of the strategy and key interventions as part of a continuous learning process.

To determine to what extent the regional strategy and key interventions have integrated equity and gender in their design, implementation, and monitoring.

Country Lead
Pharm. Eghosa Oyegun

A pharmacist and public health professional with over ten years of experience in public health interventions and pharmaceutical care services. Pharm. Eghosa brings has a strong understanding of business development, project management, and supply chain management.

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