The ESMPIN Project is a social marketing project implemented by Society for Family Health (SFH) along with the Association for Reproductive and Family Health (ARFH), BBC Media Action (BBCMA) and Population Services International (PSI). The goal of the project is to improve the health of women and children in Nigeria by increasing use of modern family planning methods and child health. To achieve this, the team worked to increase access to family planning (FP), reproductive health (RH) and child health products; increase use of health products and practice of health behaviors; generate support from all sectors for social marketing as an important part of a total market approach; and improve the viability of local manufacture of key health products. As an integrated project, ESMPIN had quality and scale as its implementation focus. The project therefore used several distinct channels to promote healthy practices among separate target groups in the areas of family planning, malaria, diarrhea and nutrition. The intervention strategies were implemented one at a time or together over a period of time with the aim of changing behavior. The project also used approaches proven over time to design and deliver these messages to the target groups. To achieve scale, ESMPIN designed and implemented several approaches, some with a nationwide spread, while others focused on 22 states in Nigeria (including the Federal Capital Territory). This document therefore provides a brief outline of specific approaches used by ESMPIN as well as some program outcomes recorded during and after field implementation.