World Health Day 2021: “Together for a fairer, healthier world”

This year’s World Health Day with the theme: “Together for a fairer, healthier world” aligns with ARFH’s motto of Working Together; Building a Healthier Future“. It provides a unique opportunity to reflect and continue to leverage on our project’s interventions and to accelerate a more just and healthier world, in spite of the  threats currently being  presented […]

ARFH USAID Supported ICHSSA 2 Project Commissions New Adolescent and Youth Friendly Centres in Agege, Lagos Island and Badagry Hospitals, Lagos

The Association for Reproductive and Family Health (ARFH) through the USAID supported Integrated Child Health and Social Services Award (ICHSSA 2) project commissioned three newly equipped Adolescent and Youth Friendly Centres (AYFC) on March 29th, 30th and 31st, 2021 at Agege, Badagry and Lagos Island hospitals, Lagos State. The youth centres were commissioned by the […]

Global Fund HIV Project

The HIV Unit of Association for Reproductive and Family Health (ARFH) implemented the Global Fund New Funding Model 2 titled Optimizing HIV Investment for Impact between 1st July, 2019 to 31st December, 2020. ARFH worked as Sub-Recipient to fhi360 to implement the project in 11 State- Abia, Bayelsa, Benue, Delta, Edo, Enugu, Imo, Niger, Ogun Oyo and Osun spread across 63 Local Government Areas and with linkage to over 90 GF supported Health Facilities.

HIV Surge Grant

As part of the US President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), the Institute of Human Virology, Nigeria (IHVN), the lead implementer of the SURGE Grant in Rivers state contracted Idimibok International to implement in SURGE grant in 11 LGAs. Idimibok subcontracted implementation in the Ogoni land to Association for Reproductive and Family Health (ARFH).

ARFH Celebrates International Women’s Day 2021 Theme: Choose To Challenge

With our hands up ,ARFH women & girls commemorate the #internationalwomensday2021. Aligning with this year’s theme: We #ChooseToChallenge and rise up to call to action to strengthen our commitment to be bold and proactive in fighting for women’s rights reducing maternal & mortality. Zero tolerance to GBV& reducing unmet needs for Adolescent girls. ARFH is […]

Highlights of Global Fund TB Projects Implemented by ARFH 2010-2018

The Association for Reproductive and Family Health (ARFH) became the Principal Recipient (PR) for the Global Fund (GF)TB grant in July, 2009 – Dec, 2018. The grant was run in phases. Round 5 Phase 2 TB grant commenced in July 2009 and terminated in June 30th 2010. The SRs under ARFH were; National TB and […]

Global Fund: Investing For Impact Against Tuberculosis And HIV(New Funding Model) July 2015 – 31st December, 2017, Extension to 2018

Grant Duration: 1st July 2015 – 31st December, 2017, Extension to 2018 SRs: National TB &Leprosy Control Program(NTBLCP), German Leprosy & TB ReliefAssociation(GLRA), Netherlands Leprosy Relief(NLR), The Leprosy Mission Nigeria(TLMN) Damien Foundation Belgium(DFB), Health Alive Foundation(HAF) and TBNetwork. Goal: The overall goal of the TB program under the New Funding Model was to provide Nigerianswith […]

Global Fund: Further DOTS Expansion Jan 1, 2013 – 30th June 2015

Duration: Jan 1, 2013 – 30th June 2015. SRs: National TB &Leprosy Control Program(NTBLCP), German Leprosy & TB Relief Associ-ation(GLRA), Netherlands Leprosy Relief(NLR), The Leprosy Mission Nigeria(TLMN) Damien Foundation Belgium(DFB), Health Alive Foundation(HAF). Project Objectives: To promote behavioral change about TB in the community To pursue High Quality DOTS expansion and enhancement To scale-up TB/HIV […]

Global Fund: DOT Expansion 1st July 2010 – December, 2012

The Association for Reproductive and Family Health (ARFH) became the Principal Recipient(PR) for the Global Fund (GF)TB grant in July, 2009 – Dec, 2018. The grant was run in phases. Round 5 Phase 2 TB grant commenced in July 2009 and terminated in June 30th 2010. The SRs under ARFH were; National TB and Leprosy […]

ARFH Community TB Project 2019-2020 Brief

ARFH is currently implementing the Community TB component of the GF- Funded Tuberculosis grant Nigeria in collaboration with the National Tuberculosis and Leprosy Control Programme (NTBLCP), the Principal Recipient of the grant and an institution mandated to coordinate TB and Leprosy control activities in all States in Nigeria in order to significantly reduce the public burden of the two diseases. This grant has continued this Jan, 2021 to end Dec, 2023.