Posts In: Tuberculosis

Global Fund and Stop TB Partnership Renew Memorandum of Understanding with Global Drug Facility

[caption id="attachment_3411" align="aligncenter" width="714"] Source: www.stoptb.org[/caption] To optimize access to TB health products in countries receiving the Global Fund grant to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, The Global Fund renewed a Memorandum of Understanding with The Stop TB Partnership’s Global…

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CCM Executive Secretary Says ARFH’s Fight Against Tuberculosis has been a Success

Executive Secretary of the Country Coordinating Mechanism (CCM) of Global Fund grants to Nigeria, Dr Fatai Bello, said the involvement of the Association for Reproductive and Family Health (ARFH) as a principal recipient (PR) of the grant to fight tuberculosis in Nigeria has been…

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ARFH’S ACTIVE TUBERCULOSIS CASE FINDING PROVES EFFECTIVE IN JIGAWA AND KADUNA STATES

Using the active Tuberculosis (TB) case finding of house to house search, the number of TB cases detected in Nigeria’s Jigawa and Kaduna states have increased very significantly. TB case notification in quarter 1 of 2016, compared to quarter 4…

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HOUSE TO HOUSE ACTIVE TUBERCULOSIS CASE SEARCH HOLDS PROMISE TO INCREASING CASE FINDING

The active case finding commenced in February 2016 by Association for Reproductive and Family Health (ARFH) is one of the strategic approaches currently being employed in the Global Fund New Funding Model (NFM) for increasing Tuberculosis case detection. This is…

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R-L: Mrs. Kehinde Osinowo, Director of Programs, ARFH; Prof. O. A Ladipo (OON). President & CEO, ARFH ; Dr. Ayodele Awe, NPO, World Health Organisation at the Global Fund TB Grant PRs/SRs Review Meeting

Stakeholders in Tuberculosis Control Urge The President-Elect To Make Tuberculosis Control A Priority

FEATURE IMAGE, R-L: Mrs. Kehinde Osinowo, Director of Programs, ARFH; Prof. O. A Ladipo (OON). President & CEO, ARFH ; Dr. Ayodele Awe, NPO, World Health Organisation at the Global Fund TB Grant PRs/SRs Review Meeting   Stakeholders working to…

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Dr. Queen Ogbuji, Elected As Second Vice Chair for Nigeria Stop TB Partnership

Dr. Queen Ogbuji, ARFH TB Coordinator has been elected 2nd Vice Chair of the Nigeria Stop TB Partnership. The election took place at the Inaugural meeting of Nigeria Stop TB Partnership held in Abuja on the 14th of May 2015.…

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ARFH Collaborates With National TB and Leprosy Control Programme (NTBLCP) To Commemorate 2015 World TB Day

As part of efforts to draw global attention to the health problem, March 24th is celebrated every year as the World Tuberculosis Day and the day is designed to build public awareness about tuberculosis and efforts to eliminate the disease.…

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Nigerian Government launches National Strategic Plan on Tuberculosis Control for 2015-2020

The Federal Ministry of Health has launched the National Strategic Plan for Tuberculosis (TB) Control, 2015-2020 and the Dissemination of the First National TB Prevalence Survey Report. While delivering his keynote address at the event lately, the Supervising Minister of…

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ARFH TB AND HIV GLOBAL FUND PROJECT- ACHIEVEMENT STORY

Association for Reproductive and Family Health (ARFH) is a leading Indigenous organisation established since 1989 as a non-profit, non-governmental organisation. ARFH has been a Principal Recipient of the Global Fund Grant to Nigeria since 2007. Achievements on HIV Grant  Improving Educational…

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IMPROVING ACCESS TO QUALITY EDUCATION IN RURAL COMMUNITIES IN NORTHERN NIGERIA

The HIV/AIDS epidemic has been in Nigeria since 1986 but long before then, orphans and children in especially difficult circumstances have been of major concern in most child-oriented programming. The situation which already existed due to other causes of orphaning…

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