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Core Values

Equitable Access to Quality Health Services

Our core values guide us in building a culture of excellence to meet the needs of individuals and communities.

We Are Driven By Our Mission, Vision & Core Values

Leader in providing quality health Services, capacity building and research in West Africa.

To be a Center of Excellence in providing health service implementation, capacity building, and research, and ensuring equitable access to individuals and communities through innovative and evidence-based strategies.

> Integrity                        > Respect for the dignity of the person
> Innovation                    > Transparency
> Accountability              > Excellence
> Team Work

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Awards Given To Date

2000 +

Equipment Deployed To Sites

140 +

Research Studies Published

300 +

Onsite Field Experts

International Research Center of Excellence

Collaborative Research at International Standards

Our seven-story, two-tower edifice in Cadastral Zone, after Baze University in Abuja, houses our International Research Center of Excellence (IRCE). IRCE was established by the Institute of Human Virology Nigeria (IHVN) in 2015 to promote collaborative research in diseases of relevance to the local community, non-communicable diseases, and emerging infectious diseases.

To partner with us, contact us via our email, [email protected]

Ongoing Projects/Upcoming Events

The Action to Control HIV Epidemic through Evidence (ACHIEVE) project that we implement is funded by the US President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) through the US Centers for Disease Prevention and Control (CDC)

The project is currently focused in four states, Nasarawa State, Rivers State, Kastina State and the Federal Capital Territory. Click for more on ACHIEVE Project.

Gloabal Fund Public-Private Mix (PPM) Project

The focus of the Public-Private Mix Project is to engage the private sector in providing more people with tuberculosis prevention, diagnosis and treatment services. It is a novel project in Nigeria, funded by the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria and running from 2019 to 2020.

One of the targets of this project is to increase private sector contribution in finding more people needing tuberculosis treatment from 11% in 2017 to 35% in 2020. Click Here for more.

The Accelerating Nutrition Results in Nigeria (ANRiN) project aims at increasing access and utilization of basic nutrition services for pregnant and lactating women, adolescent girls and children under five years of age. ANRiN, which is supported by the World Bank (International Development Association and Global Financing Facility), is being implemented in 12 states representing the six geographical zones of Nigeria. Click Here for more.

The USAID/Nigeria Tuberculosis Local Organization Network (TB-LON) project seeks to rapidly find and treat people infected with tuberculosis. Click for more

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What we do

Our Photo Stories

Here are photos from some of our activities.