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
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.
Strategic HIV and AIDS Response Program (SHARP) Nigeria Project
The Strategic HIV and AIDS Response Program (SHARP) Task Orders 1 and 3 project are USAID funded projects committed to addressing HIV in Nigeria by providing HIV prevention, care and treatment services across the country. Click Here for more.
Access all our Ongoing Projects here
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
We realized that we have acquired the necessary skills and knowledge to stand as a CBO. In 2011, we started developing our documents, beginning the registration process, developing policies and consulting IHVN staff who advised us and built our capacity. In fact, they were our cheer leaders, telling us that we can do it. – speaking on support and mentorship for Godiya Support Groups.