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The ACHIEVE Project

The Achieving Control of HIV/AIDS Epidemic through Evidence (ACHIEVE) Project is an IHVN Project funded by the US Government PEPFAR (US President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief) through Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). ACHIEVE is a follow-on grant to ACTION-PlusUp and ACTION Plus projects which provided continuity for AIDS Care and Treatment in Nigeria (ACTION) Project.

ACTION was implemented by the University of Maryland's Institute of Human Virology, Baltimore in partnership with IHVN. This Institute's capacity as local organization was built during the six-year implementation period of the ACTION Project. ACHIEVE focuses on the following areas: ART treatment for adult and children (including pregnant women); laboratory diagnosis and tracking of patients status; care and support for people living with HIV/AIDS and people affected by HIV/AIDS; and monitoring and evaluation of patients and program progress. Others include Prevention of Mother-to-Child-Transmission (PMTCT), HIV Testing Services, Support to Orphans and Vulnerable Children, and training in all the above areas.

IHVN ACHIEVE goals for Nigeria by the End of 2019 FISCAL YEAR include:

  • Initiate 18,802 HIV positive individuals (including 2,739 paediatrics) on Anti-retroviral Treatment (ART) across four states in Nigeria, and continue to provide ART to 125,527 HIV positive adults (including 25,105 paediatrics) already on treatment, as well as provide TB/HIV collaborated services to those co-infected with HIV and TB
  • Provide 205,427 pregnant women with Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission (PMTCT) counselling, testing and results and provide 5,199 HIV-infected pregnant women with ARV prophylaxis
  • Provide 4,934 HIV exposed infants with PCR tests for Infant Virological Testing (formerly known as Early Infant Diagnosis) and Cotrimoxazole prophylaxis
  • Provide support services to 283,733 vulnerable children including adolescents in four states of Nigeria and provide access to HIV prevention and care services


From inception till March 2019, IHVN has provided care and support to 522,285 patients received care and support for HIV/AIDS, and 398,753 received ARV drugs and treatment on the Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief in the treatment sites that IHVN supports in Nigeria.

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