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Niger State College of Nursing Sciences
Our Students, our Pride
Niger State College of Nursing Sciences
Our Students, our Pride
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About

The Niger State Government under the leadership of Abubakar Sani Bello the executive Governor of Niger State in his quest towards improving standards in health sector and developing human capacity that will facilitate the required standard for midwifes in and outside the state in line with the health sector, decided to establish the present School of Midwifery in March 2018 which now headed by Mrs. Jibril Binta K. An application for its establishment was then submitted to the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria and an initial inspection visit was made in 2018 to give a provisional approval for recruitment and training of Two sets of Basic Midwives yearly.


The school since then has worked closely with the Council, using their curriculum. The School has been built in conformity to meet the standard of Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria. It has Required Basic Experimental training tools, well structured Class Rooms, Experienced Tutors, Standard Hostel Accommodations, good Security, good transportation and clean environment to comfort your learning.


Our Mission

To assess the basic health needs of the community with special reference to the child-bearing family.

Manage uncomplicated and commonly occurring disease condition during antenatal, and post-natal periods of the child bearing cycle

To function independently, and in collaboration with other members of the health team and related sectors

Effectively organize and manage clinics to achieve the goal of health maintenance, by utilizing available human and material resources

Effect changes in the reproductive patterns of the community by demonstrating competency in educating individuals and groups and in prescribing, administering and monitoring the effect of family planning devices.


Our Vision
The school postulated the following vision:

the midwifery practice must utilize the family as the central focus in the provision of care for the expectant mothers.

In partnering with expectant mothers, midwifery-client relationship should be guided to make decision regarding her health goals.

Midwifery education should be able to develop specialized skills in midwifery practice and encourage her to continuously refine such practices by keeping abreast with current literature on the practice of midwifery and by attending continuing education programmes.

To make an input towards achievement of the millennium development goal .


Partners
Niger State College of Nursing Sciences school of Midwifery Kontagora. We are full Cooperate Institution with the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria. Established by Decree 89 1979 this primer Institution is under the supervision of the State Ministry of Tertiary Education Science and Technology.

Director School of Midwifery Kontagora

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Binta K. Jibril
Madam Binta K. Jibril is the Director School of Midwifery Kontagora an indigene of Suleja LG of Niger State, a Hausa by tribe. Binta holds M.Sc. Nursing Sciences, B.Sc. Nursing Sciences and HND in Public Health, Diploma in Midwifery and Diploma in Nursing. She also attended Women Arabic Teachers College Diko in 1990 and Bosso Primary School. Her working experiences and post held in different capacity included class coordinator between 2007- 2010, member examination committee between 2007 - 2008, Assistant Maintenance officer in 2004 - 2005, hostel mistress in 2013- 2016, focal officer 2013 - 2016, Deputy Director Planning in Research Statistics(PRS) 2016 - 2017, Provost/Director. Binta K. Jibril also possesses both National and International Credits added to her profession. She is married with children.