Ongoing Projects/Upcoming Events
The ACTION to Sustain Precision and Integrated HIV Response towards Epidemic Control (ASPIRE) 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 ASPIRE Project.
Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria Grant Cycle 7 (GC7) Project
The Institute of Human Virology, Nigeria (IHVN), funded by The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, is set to implement the Grant Cycle 7 (GC7) grant. This combined effort for tuberculosis (TB) and HIV is pivotal for the transformation of TB and HIV programs. Under the guidance of the National AIDS and STDs Control Programme (NASCP), the National TB and Leprosy Control Programme (NTBLCP), and the National Agency for the Control of AIDS (NACA), this project aims to increase the identification of all forms of TB in both the private sector and the community. 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.
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Adolescent friendly services are important in the HIV program. IHVN is doing a good job in involving adolescents and young people to educate their peers. Peer educators have been trained to counsel, care for and refer adolescents living with HIV to health care workers.
I remember that a lot of people have died before the drugs came. I even remember the time that people had to pay a lot of money for drugs. Now there are free drugs. It is just for me to go the hospital and collect it. I am not paying for it. That makes me happy
If you are HIV positive and pregnant, PMTCT is the answer for you, do not lose hope, accept it with good faith, listen to the nurses and counselors, take your drugs as the doctor prescribed, in due time, when the baby comes, he will come out negative. I am a living testimony, my three children are negative,
We’ve been able to see more patients at a very short time. At the end of the day, the patient is satisfied – speaking about Electronic Health Record in University of Abuja Teaching Hospital