ARFH Newsletter – November 15, 2022

Catch up with some of our key activities between the months of July – September 2022. Kindly download, read and share via the link below: ARFH Newsletter_ November 15, 2022

ARFH CEO on a Two-Day Working Visit to Kwara State

From L-R: Dr. Fakayode, Director of Public Health; Dr (Mrs) Osonowo, CEO ARFH; Dr. Ayinla, Perm Sec, Ministry of Health and Dr. Atibioke, TB/HIV Advisor, ACE-4 Project, Kwara State The CEO of ARFH, Dr (Mrs) Kehinde Osinowo is in Kwara on a two-day working visit to the CCCRN-led ACE-4 Project where ARFH is a consortium […]

Scaling-up HIV Prevention Services Through Fostering Positive Parent-Teens Relationship

16 Newly Trained Ebi-Alayo (Sinovouyo) Facilitators with ICHSSA-2 project staff and CWBSA Coach. Picture Credit: ICHSSA-2 Project, ARFH In recent years, there have been significant increase in the cases of violence against children, girls and women across the globe (WHO, 2020) but most especially in low- and middle-income countries where families face the burden of […]

ARFH Joins Stakeholders to Launch Compendium of TB Best Practices in Nigeria

Friday June 3, 2022: The National Tuberculosis, Leprosy and Buruli ulcer Control Programme (NTBLCP), a unit in the department of Public Health, Federal Ministry of Health Nigeria is saddled with the mandate of controlling Tuberculosis, Buruli ulcer and Leprosy in Nigeria. The National TB Control Program aims to reduce mortality and incidence of tuberculosis in […]

World Health Day 2022

L-R: Chief of Party, ARFH ICHSSA-2 Project, Dr Felix Iwuala; Chief Executive Officer, Association for Reproductive and Family Health (ARFH), Dr. Kehinde Osinowo and Director General, Edo State Health Insurance Commission- Dr Rock Amegor during the presentation of signed MoU at the Edo State Health Insurance Conference Hall, Tuesday 29th March 2022 As we celebrate #WorldHealthDay2022 today, […]

First Lady of Edo State, Mrs. Betsy Obaseki, Commends USAID and ARFH, Including Other Implementing Partners Working in Edo State

Edo State First Lady, Mrs. Betsy Obaseki (5th Left);  Team Lead, USAID, Dolapo Ogundehin (4th Left);  Permanent Secretary, Government House and Protocol, Mrs Julie Olatunji (3rd Left); Commissioner for Social Development and Gender Issues, Mrs. Maria Edeko (6th Left), Chief Executive Officer, Association for Reproductive and Family Health (ARFH), Dr. Kehinde Osinowo (6th Right), Chief […]

ARFH Commemorates 2022 World TB Day

All over the world, the commemoration of World TB day is done on the 24th of March to raise awareness about the devastating health, social and economic impact of Tuberculosis (TB). Nigeria with an estimate of 407,000 TB cases annually and an incidence rate of 219/100,000 ranks 6th globally and 1st in Africa with the […]

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