ARFH CEO admonishes participants at ECEWS-SPEED Project start-up meeting
The Chief Executive Officer of the Association for Reproductive and Family Health [ARFH], Dr. Kehinde Osinowo, gave a goodwill message during the ECEWS-SPEED Project start-up meeting held at Dover Hotel, Ikeja, Lagos, on the 7th of February, 2022. She expressed her delight to be part of the meeting and assured the ECEWS teams of ARFH […]
ARFH marks World Cancer Day 2023
The Association for Reproductive and Family Health joins the world to mark the 2023 World Cancer Day (WCD). The WCD is marked every February 4 to celebrate real-world progress in cancer treatment and awareness, in addition to innovation, medical advances and actions that can have significant impact. The ARFH Chief Executive Officer, Dr. Kehinde Osinowo, […]
ARFH shares RASuDiN project success story, partners JSI on CODSAiN, S-CAP
The Association for Reproductive and Family Health (ARFH), in collaboration with the John Snow Inc. have launched two new projects. The newly inaugurated projects are the Community-Oriented DMPA-SC Self Injection Acceleration in Nigeria (CODSAiN), and the Self-Care Accelerator Projects (S-CAP). At the launch which took place on Tuesday, January 31, 2023 in Abuja, the Federal […]
Community Ownership & Efforts Towards Eradicating Tuberculosis in Osun State
Engagement with the traditional rulers and community stakeholders has created ownership and efforts towards reducing the burden of Tuberculosis in Osun State. His Royal Majesty (HRM) Alapomu of Apomu has contributed immensely to ensure prompt diagnosis by his donations to make the laboratories functional in his community. This is as a result of effective collaboration […]
ARFH Joins Other Stakeholders at the 2023 World TB Day Inaugural Planning Meeting
ARFH Joins Other Stakeholders at the 2023 World TB Day Inaugural Planning Meeting. Emphasis was placed on making efforts to engage, community leaders, religious leaders, corporate organizations, the media, and the education sector to enable a robust commemoration of TB day for 2023. ARFH, as the stakeholder implementing community TB activities nationwide, will work in […]
January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month
January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month. On this Cervical Cancer Awareness Month, the messages are clear. Get informed: Find out the facts about cervical cancer and the human papillomavirus (HPV) that causes it. Help educate other women in your life too. Get screened: Cervical cancer screening typically starts at age 30 and is repeated periodically. […]
ARFH celebrates the ORMC (ARFH Clinic) Anniversary
ARFH celebrates the ORMC (ARFH Clinic) Anniversary The Prof. Olikoye Ransom Kuti Medical Centre (ARFH Clinic) offers a range of health services, including: Treatments for minor ailments, STI screening and treatment, ultrasound services, Gynecological services which includes Family planning, Cervical pap smear and Biopsies. Ante-natal and post-natal services, Major and Minor surgical procedures including plastic […]
ARFH Joins NACA and Other Stakeholders to Commemorate ‘’2022 WORLD AIDS DAY’’ in Abuja Nigeria
ARFH Joins NACA and other stakeholders to commemorate ‘’2022 WORLD AIDS DAY’’ in Abuja Nigeria. The 2022 theme is Equalize to end AIDS: Equal access to treatment and prevention services. ARFH was ably represented by Mr Oladeji Adeyemi (Programme Coordinator) and Mr Ayinla Ayomide at the commemoration which had in attendance the Secretary to Federal […]
World AIDS Day 2022 is being marked with the theme ‘’Equalize’’
World AIDS Day 2022 is being marked with the theme ‘’Equalize’’. ARFH is working towards tackling inequality & sexual exploitation to reduce the spread of HIV/AIDS.
ARFH is 33 years in existence. Happy Anniversary!
ARFH is 33 years in existence. 33 years of impacts 33 years of service 33 years of collaborations, partnerships and development. In line with our mission, we will continue to collaborate with other strategic partners in designing and implementing innovative and high impact programmes for improved health and well-being of individuals and families in Africa.