ARFH was a Principal Recipient for HIV 2007-2017. Various civil society organizations and support groups of PLHIV were established in many communities in Nigeria. In addition, 740 community based organizations were trained on Home Based Care and equipped with kits where 215,463 PLHIV were provided with home based care services. In all of these programmes, nutrition and household economic strengthening were major components of the grants.
ARFH also received funding from USAID supported Links for Children Project, Systems Transformed for Empowered Actions and Enabling Responses for Vulnerable Children and Families (STEER) Project implemented in Kaduna, Sokoto, Kano, Bauchi and Plateau, to mitigate the impact of HIV/AIDS on children and families including a sustainable Nutritional and House hold Economic strengthening plan for their families and communities.
Integrated Community Case Management(ICCM) Project: ARFH in 2014 implemented the ICCM project in Kebbi and Adamawa states which implemented a life of childhood survival hinged on ensuring adequate nutrition. 4,000 Community Oriented Resource Persons (CORPs) adequately trained to properly access, classify and treat common childhood illnesses including malaria, diarrhoea, cough with fast breathing and Malnutrition. Communities were trained on how to prepare locally available local nutritious and healthy food.