To strengthen the country’s capacity to prevent and respond to disease outbreaks, the Institute of Human Virology Nigeria (IHVN) in collaboration with the Nigeria Center for Disease Control (NCDC) has trained laboratory scientists on Laboratory Quality Management Systems in Abuja.
To create awareness about the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), and Lassa fever, Institute of Human Virology Nigeria (IHVN) has participated in a road walk organized by Love FM 104.5 FM in the Federal Capital Territory Abuja.
One of the worries Caroline Udoh has had since she commenced anti-retroviral treatment in 2007 is her transportation cost of ₦300 or more to the hospital for drug pick-up every two months.
In 2005, Christopher Leo was very sick with severe arthritis and on admission at the University of Abuja Teaching Hospital (UATH), Gwagwalada. His situation was so pathetic because his wife died of AIDS leaving behind two children to care for. When his case seemed not to be improving, his family members planned to take him home because they believed that he would not make it. They reasoned that he would die just as his wife died.
In 2006, Sa’adatu Mohammed would have been buried and gone forever – a grave was already prepared for her remains. Sa’aadatu, who had been critically sick, passed out momentarily. When her family members were contemplating where to bury her, her mother, who held her sorrowfully heard her heart tick and shouted aloud, “she is alive, she is alive!”