Posts In: USAID

Using HCD to Improve TB Case Detection in Nigeria: ARFH Joins National TB Stakeholders to conduct HCD Research

As part of the ACSM (Advocacy, Communication and Social Mobilization) activities of the national TB programme in Nigeria, the National Tuberculosis and Leprosy Control Programme (NTBLCP) in collaboration with the Breakthrough ACTION (BA), a USAID-funded Project is carrying out a…

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ARFH-LOPIN 1 Distributes HES Business Start-Up Items to 1,092 Enrolled Caregivers in Lagos, Rivers and Akwa-Ibom States

4th October 2018 News & Stories 0 Comments

[caption id="attachment_5203" align="alignnone" width="462"] Presentation of Business Startup items to beneficiaries at Akwa Ibom State[/caption] As part of the process to strengthen enrolled vulnerable households and improve economic capacity of OVC caregivers, 1,092 caregivers in Lagos, Rivers and Akwa-Ibom states…

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LOPIN Region 1 Project – Strengthening the Economic Resilience of Most Vulnerable Households through Integrated Implementation of Conditional Cash Transfer

10th July 2018 News & Stories 0 Comments

[caption id="attachment_5041" align="alignnone" width="553"] LOPIN Chief of Party, Dr. Iyabode Olusanmi presenting a gift cash to a Beneficiary at Rivers State.[/caption] ARFH is currently implementing the USAID supported Local Partners for Orphans and Vulnerable Children in Nigeria Project in Region…

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WORLD POPULATION DAY 2017 (11TH JULY) THEME IS FAMILY PLANNING: EMPOWERING PEOPLE, DEVELOPING NATIONS

World Population day is an annual event commemorated on 11th July to raise awareness on global population issues such as the importance of family planning, gender equality, maternal health, human rights and poverty. The theme of #WPD2017 is ‘Family Planning:…

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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 Marketing Project in Nigeria (ESMPIN) was held in Kaduna on April 1st 2017, to present the end of project achievements and lessons learnt. ESMPIN is a…

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ARFH Intensifies Provision Of Maternal And Child Health Products; Expand Services To Over 400 Communities In Four States Under ESMPIN Project.

17th April 2015 News & Stories 0 Comments

ARFH has through its expanded social marketing project in Nigeria (ESMPIN) project intensified efforts by expanding its community based distribution services to over 400 communities in nine (9) Local Government Areas of Katsina, Kebbi, Jigawa and Zamfara states. The community…

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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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SIDHAS

26th January 2015 Ongoing Projects, Projects

The Strengthening Integrated Delivery of HIV/AIDS Services (SIDHAS) The Association for Reproductive and Family Health is part of the FHI 360 led consortium on a USAID funded grant titled Strengthening Integrated Delivery of HIV and AIDS Service (SIDHAS). Under the…

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MAPS

25th January 2015 Ongoing Projects, Projects

Malaria (Action Programme for States Community) Community Intervention Package is a Five-year USAID grant (2010 – 2015) supported by the President Malaria Initiative (PMI) and managed by a consortium: FHI360 (formerly Academy for Educational Development), Malaria Consortium and Health Partners…

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ESMPIN

25th January 2015 Ongoing Projects, Projects

The Expanded Social Marketing Project in Nigeria (ESMPIN) is a five-year $56 million project funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). Through ESMPIN, the Society for Family Health, in collaboration with Population Service International (PSI), BBC Media…

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