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ARFH and Partner Activity Updates
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ARFH’s Engagement with Community Leaders Increases Tuberculosis Case Finding in Nigeria

VIDEO: ARFH and TCCI Engage with Community Leaders and Stakeholders at a TB Launch Meeting…

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Journal Article: Role of Treatment Supporters Beyond Monitoring Drug Intake for TB Patients in Nigeria

The Global Fund Tuberculosis project team of the Association for Reproductive and Family Health (ARFH)…

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54,000 Access HIV tests through ARFH in Quarter 1 of 2017

285 people tested positive for HIV out of 54,075 tested through referrals by Association for…

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International Day to End Obstetric Fistula is 23rd May

23rd May is International Day to End Obstetric Fistula, a day to raise awareness and…

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ARFH, FMOH AND DEVELOPMENT PARTNERS REVIEW FEMALE CONDOM COUNSELLING TOOLS FOR HEALTH SERVICE PROVIDERS IN NIGERIA

The Association for Reproductive and Family Health, the Federal Ministry of Health and other Family…

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25TH APRIL IS WORLD MALARIA DAY

World Malaria Day (#WMD) is commemorated every year on 25th April to recognize global efforts to…

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ARFH’s ESMPIN Records Huge Successes as the Project Ends

The end of project meeting of the Community Based Distribution Component of the Expanded Social…

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ARFH JOINS TB PARTNERS IN NIGERIA TO COMMEMORATE WORLD TUBERCULOSIS DAY 2017 (#WTBD2017)

The Association for Reproductive and Family Health (ARFH) participated actively to commemorate World Tuberculosis Day,…

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INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY 2017

Today, 8th March 2017 is International Women’s Day (#IWD2017), a day events are held around…

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GOOD QUALITY OF LIFE WILL BE ENSURED IF POPULATION GROWTH IS MODERATED

“…If the government of Nigeria can do this, then, the future will be brighter.” –…

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ARFH’s Role in the Expanded Social Marketing Project in Nigeria – ESMPIN (VIDEO)

The Expanded Social Marketing Project in Nigeria (ESMPIN) is a five-year project funded by United…

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#ARFHinTheNews: Nigeria Needs to Moderate Population Growth to Achieve Development – Prof Ladipo

Professor Oladapo Ladipo, President/CEO, Association for Reproductive and Family Health (ARFH), stated that moderating population…