ARFH Q4 Newsletter 2023

Dear ARFH Family, As we approach the end of another fruitful financial year, I find myself reflecting on the incredible journey we’ve undertaken together. As the CEO of ARFH, I am honored to stand before you and express my deepest gratitude for the unwavering commitment and hard work each one of you has dedicated to […]

CODSAiN Project: One Year on

Following evidenced-based achievements recorded in the implementation of Resilient and Accelerated Scale-up of DMPA-SC/Self-Injection in Nigeria (RASUDIN) project, the Association for Reproductive and Family Health received a follow-on grant award from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) to implement Community Oriented DMPA-SC/Self Injection Acceleration in Nigeria (CODSAiN)”. This initiative is designed to improve access […]

Cervical Cancer – Progress made by ARFH on USAID Funded, CCCRN Led ACE-4 Project

Cervical cancer is a major public health concern, especially in low-and middle-income countries including Nigeria. Yet it remains one of the leading cancers and causes of cancer-related death in women across the world. Cervical Cancer is the second-most common cancer among women globally and breast being the first. An estimated 40 million women aged 15 […]

Building Economic Resilience of Households Through Village Savings and Loans Association (VSLA)

As a result of cultural barriers and gender inequalities, some women have experienced financial stress and hardship, in accessing funds for petty businesses and providing support to the family sustainably. The Village Savings and Loans Associations (VSLA), offer opportunities for financial literacy trainings and easy access to funds at mutually agreed rates, of not more […]

Strategies To Close The Gap In TB/HIV Case Finding: Focus on the Global Fund C7 Grant

ARFH participated in a meeting organized by the GlobalFund with NACA, NTBLCP and partners to discuss the strategies to close the observed gaps in the current grant in the next grant GC7. Among issues flagged is the importance of multisectoral integrated TB services which is essential to improve TB case finding in the country. Emphasis […]

From The CEO’s Desk

A Heartfelt Thank You and Vision for the Future Dear ARFH Family, As we approach the end of another fruitful financial year, I find myself reflecting on the incredible journey we’ve undertaken together. As the CEO of ARFH, I am honored to stand before you and express my deepest gratitude for the unwavering commitment and […]

ARFH Partners LASU on ParaSocial Workforce Training

Excited to share that Association for Reproductive and Family Health (ARFH) through The U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) USAID/Nigeria funded ICHSSA-2 project has just finalized its partnership with Lagos State University (LASU) to institutionalize Para-Social Workforce Certification Program in Nigeria. 40 qualified Case Managers enrolled as the first beneficiaries of this initiative […]

U.S Embassy Team Visits ARFH ICHSSA-2 Project Office in Lagos

The U.S. Embassy Nigeria team, Christina Connelly-Kanmaz and Chief Ijeoma E. Ndurue visited our Lagos office last week to learn more about our efforts to prevent and address child rights violations, stop child trafficking, and end sexual and gender-based violence. The team from the US Embassy was welcomed and shown our work and its impact […]

Community Oriented DMPA-SC/Self Injection Acceleration in Nigeria (CODAiN) Project

Background Information Leveraging the high impact and evidenced-based outcomes recorded on the RASuDiN project, ARFH is implementing the Community Oriented DMPA-SC/Self Injection Acceleration in Nigeria (CODAiN) project, with support from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF). The project aims to increase access to Hard to Reach (HTR) communities through its community-based distribution model to […]

Fact Sheet_LOPIN1 Project_Lagos State

The Local Partners for Orphans and Vulnerable Children in Nigeria (LOPIN-Region 1) Project designed to improve the wellbeing of 62,489 orphans and vulnerable children and 11,079 caregivers was implemented through an accelerated, sustainable family focused approach. Services rendered were in accordance with Case Management Plans pre-prepared to address identified needs of children and their caregivers. […]

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