Posts In: Nigeria

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

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6n3kOoX8olA&feature=youtu.be The Expanded Social Marketing Project in Nigeria (ESMPIN) is a five-year project funded by United States Agency for International Development, which is in its closing weeks. Through ESMPIN, the Association for Reproductive and Family Health (ARFH) collaborated with the…

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OYO STATE SPEAKER PROMISES PROMPT PASSAGE OF BILL TO ENHANCE PRIMARY HEALTH CARE AND MATERNAL HEALTH

6th January 2017 News & Stories 0 Comments

[caption id="attachment_3767" align="aligncenter" width="670"] R-L: Mrs Fola Richie-Adewusi (National Campaign team lead), Dr Mrs Shola Osinowo (Technical Advisor, PHC Advocacy project) Honourable Micheal Adeyemo (Speaker Oyo State House of Assembly), Mrs Adeola Olakunle (State Campaign team lead), Hon. Silas Okunlola…

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ARFH SUCCESS STORY (+ VIDEO): “I Was Treated for Tuberculosis Free of Charge in Nigeria” – Barnabas Ejeh

20th December 2016 News & Stories, Tuberculosis 0 Comments

Jogging to the gym near his Jabi Abuja residence, Barnabas Ejeh encountered a small crowd listening to a few young people giving a talk at the junction near his street. As he slowed down to observe the scene and find…

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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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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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Goodwill Message by Professor Ladipo at UNFPA Launch of SWOP Report 2016 (+ VIDEO)

The President/CEO of the Association for Reproductive and Family Health (ARFH), Professor Oladapo Ladipo, delivered a goodwill message at the United Nation Population Fund (UNFPA) Launch of the State of the World Population Report 2016. The event was held at…

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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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NMEP Media Literacy Training Inspires ARFH Staff and Others

The 2-day National Malaria Elimination Programme (NMEP) media literacy training conducted on 15th and 16th June 2016 in Abuja inspired participants representing the various malaria stakeholders. The objective of the training was to impart to stakeholders skills needed for effective…

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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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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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