ARFH FUNDING

ARFH funders are:
Global Fund
USAID
PEPFAR
APIN
DfID
Jhpiego
MacArthur

ARFH generates its funds from the following sources:
  • Grants
  • Donation
  • Government support
  • Partnership
  • Technical Assistance/Consultancy Services
  • Endowment
  • Fund Raising

Since inception, ARFH has implemented various intervention projects. Some of the projects, and their sponsors/donors, are listed below:

 

S/N
PROJECT TITLES
DONOR AGENCIES
1
Reproductive Health, Reproductive Right, Women Empowerment and Male Involvement Phase I(1989-1991)
John D & Catherine T MacArthur Foundation California, USA
2
Training of Trainers Management Workshop on Management of Reproductive Health/Family Planning Programme (1991) United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), Nigeria
3
Reproductive Health, Reproductive Right, WomenEmpowerment and Male Involvement Phase II(1992-1994) John D & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation California, USA
4
Performance Assessment of Six Rural Community Based Health and Family Planning Projects in Five States of Nigeria (1992-1993) Population Council, Operation Research and Technical Assistance Project, USA
5
Workshop on Management of Adolescent Reproductiveand Sexual Health Programme (1993) Centre for Population Option (CPO)
6
Training of Community Based Health and Family Planning Voluntary Health Workers (1993) Federal Government of Nigeria/EEC
7
Family Planning: Training of Service Providers-1993 Federal Government of Nigeria/EEC
8
West Africa Youth Initiative Operations Research. Peer Education Approach to Adolescent ReproductiveHealth Programming (1994 – 1997) Rockefeller Foundation, USA
9
West Africa Youth Initiative Intervention Project Peer Education Approach to Adolescent ReproductiveHealth Programming (1994 – 1997) Ford Foundation, New York, USA       
10
Ibadan Market Based Voluntary Health Workers Family Planning and Treatment of Common Ailments Project (1994 -1997)     John D & Catherine T MacArthur Foundation California, USA
11
Women Reproductive Health Rights Empowerment and Male Involvement, Phase III (1995 - 1998) John D & Catherine T MacArthur Foundation California, USA
12
Cross Cultural Study on Adolescent Social Behaviourin 4 States (Bauchi, Osun, Niger and Benue) (1996) World Health Organization (WHO), Geneva
13
Capacity Building of ARFH (1998) Population Concern, UK
14
Nigeria Youth Initiative: Expanding the Frontiers of Adolescent Reproductive Health (1998 - 2000) Ford Foundation, New York, USA
15
Male Involvement in Dual Protection (1999 - 2001) Horizon in Reproductive Health Population Council USAWorld Aids Foundation, Paris
16
Promoting Dual Protection in Six Ibadan Clinics (1999 - 2001) World Aids Foundation, Paris
17
Expanding Life Planning Education in Oyo State Secondary Schools (ELPE) (1999 - 2002) Department for International Development (DFID) UK
18
Private Health sector Capacity Building in Oyo, Ogun and Gombe States (1999 - 2002) David and Lucile Packard Foundation California, USA
19
Promoting Dual Protection Among Men and Women in Lagos and Osogbo, Planned Parenthood Federationof Nigerian (PPFN) Clinics (2000 - 2002) Frontiers in Reproductive Health Population Council USA

 

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