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.

Happy New Month!

Happy New Month to all Staff, Donors and Friends of ARFH. Wishing you all a very happy and fulfilling November

Meeting with Senate Committee on Public Health and Communicable Diseases

MEETING WITH SENATE COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC HEALTH AND COMMUNICABLE DISEASES The Stop TB partnership Nigeria led by its Board Chairman Dr. Queen Chidinma Ogbuji in collaboration with the National Tuberculosis and Leprosy Control Programme (NTBLCP) had a meeting with the Senate Committee on Public Health and Communicable Diseases to discuss on prevailing issues on Tuberculosis […]

ARFH Joins The Rest of The World to Commemorate This Year’s World Contraception Day

WORLD CONTRACEPTION DAY 2022   ARFH Joins The Rest of The world to Commemorate This Year’s World Contraception Day. Birth control, also known as contraception, is the use of medicines, devices, or surgery to prevent pregnancy. There are many different types. Some are reversible, while others are permanent. Some types can also help prevent sexually […]

Stop TB Partnership Nigeria led by Dr Queen Ogbuji explores collaboration with UNICEF Nigeria to end Childhood TB in Nigeria

Stop TB Partnership Nigeria led by Dr Queen Ogbuji explores collaboration with UNICEF Nigeria to end Childhood TB in Nigeria. UNICEF Boss Mr Peter Hawkins commits to partner with Stop TB Partnership. Collaboration will focus on service delivery, advocacy/communication in UNICEF supported states. In attendance were Stop TB partnership Geneva and National TB and Leprosy […]

Gender and Development Course ongoing.

Gender and Development Course ongoing. Overcoming social, policy and legal barriers to health services, programs and application of human rights and gender approaches in planning, implementation, monitoring evaluation and governance. Knowledge is power and practical application of strategic approach is key. Capacity building organized by Obafemi Awolowo University(OAU) and Nigerian Economic Summit Group.