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INTERNATIONAL DAY OF FAMILIES 2018: A RAY OF HOPE FOR UNDERSERVED COMMUNITIES

15th May 2018 News & Stories 0 Comments

Today is International Day of Families, which is marked every year on May 15. The focus of this year is on issues relating to family with the theme “Families and inclusive societies.” This year’s commemoration draws attention to the role…

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Nigeria launches new paediatric anti-TB medication for Tuberculosis treatment

26th March 2018 News & Stories 0 Comments

[caption id="attachment_4669" align="alignleft" width="1024"] The Honorable Minister of Health unveiling the new anti-TB drugs at the World Tuberculosis Day Ministerial Press Briefing, on Friday March, 23, 2018.[/caption] Nigeria’s Minister of Health, Professor Isaac Adewole during a ministerial press briefing in…

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World Tuberculosis Day 2018, on the search for TB Leaders in Nigeria

16th March 2018 News & Stories 0 Comments

  [caption id="attachment_4651" align="alignnone" width="766"] L-R: Dr Ahmad (NTBLCP), Prof. O. A Ladipo (President, ARFH), Dr Minal Amin (USAID), Dr Bassey Nsa (ChallengeTB), Dr Berthrand Odume (USCDC), Mr Mayowa (KNCV) at the Pre-World Tuberculosis Day Press Conference held on March…

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INTERNATIONAL YOUTH DAY IS AUGUST 12: ARFH ADVOCATES FOR QUALITY HEALTH AND EDUCATION FOR YOUTH TO BUILD PEACE

The International Youth Day is commemorated every year on 12th August to promote better awareness of the World Programme for Action for Youth (WPAY) a practical guideline of the United Nations’ agenda to improve the situation of youths around the…

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VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT: ASSISTANT FINANCE OFFICER – GLOBAL FUND CSS GRANT, LAGOS

16th February 2017 Uncategorised 0 Comments

Association for Reproductive and Family Health (ARFH) is one of the leading Nigerian Non-Governmental Organizations implementing programs for improved Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH), HIV/AIDS Programme especially community HIV intervention, Tuberculosis (TB) and Malaria. ARFH offers professionals, opportunities for career…

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STRENGTHENING IMPLEMENTATION STRUCTURE FOR FAMILY LIFE AND HIV EDUCATION IN NIGERIA

By Atibioke, O.P, Oladeji, A.O, Ojomo, O.A, Uzuegbunam, E.E, Biddy, O, Ehimatie, B.A, Hassan, A.O, Osinowo, K and Ladipo, O.A Background  The National Council on Education approved the implementation of Family Life and HIV Education (FLHE) in Nigerian schools during the…

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STRENGTHENING THE COMMUNITY COMPONENT FOR EFFECTIVE HIV PREVENTION: A SECTOR YET TO BE FULLY TAPPED

By Atibioke O.P, Oladeji, A.O, Ojomo, O.A, Ehimatie, B.A, Hassan, A.O, Osinowo, K.A and Ladipo, O.A A Paper Presented at the National HIV Prevention Conference, 2016. Hands on for HIV Prevention. Background The fight against HIV has been a long…

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ADVOCATES CLAMOUR FOR INTEGRATION OF HEPATITIS B AND C INTERVENTION INTO HIV PROGRAM IN NIGERIA

11th November 2016 HIV/AIDS, News & Stories 0 Comments

At a 3-day post International AIDS Society Conference workshop in Abuja, advocates and stakeholders clamoured that integration of Hepatitis B and C intervention is the way forward in the management of HIV-Hepatitis co-infections in Nigeria. At the workshop organized by…

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ARFH Holds Meeting to Discuss Way Forward for Female Condom Advocacy in Nigeria

24th October 2016 HIV/AIDS, News & Stories 0 Comments

To provide advocates with current Female Condom (FC) advocacy information and materials, the Association for Reproductive and Family Health (ARFH) organized an update meeting in Abuja early October 2016.The meeting, organized with support from Rutgers, Netherlands through the Universal Access…

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FROM DRIVER TO LOCAL GOVERNMENT COUNCILLOR: The Story of Labaran Aduga, a Transport Officer at ARFH

6th May 2016 News & Stories 0 Comments

Labaran Mohammed Aduga has been working at the Association for Reproductive and Family Health (ARFH) for a decade as a transport officer, until his community approached him to bring his experience as a health development worker to the fore. Mr…

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