The year 2017 was a high impact year for ARFH marked by ground breaking interventions that provided succor for people living with AIDS in Nigeria, orphans and vulnerable children and their caregivers, pregnant women, and vulnerable communities at risk of TB. And as a Principal Recipient on the Global Fund grant to fight Tuberculosis, HIV/AIDS and Malaria, and a partner to many other international and local health organizations, ARFH is recognized as a very reputable key player in Nigeria’s response to many public and family health issues.
ARFH 2016 annual report sheds light on the organization’s contributions to Nigeria’s efforts to domesticate and achieve the Sustainable Development Goals through its advocacy for families to achieve socioeconomic development through family planning, its Maternal, Neo-Natal and Child Health (MNCH) programmes, and contributions to capacity building of Community Health Extension Workers. While rounding up its implementation of the programme in malaria prevention and treatment, momentum was increased on the Community Systems Strengthening project on demand generation for HIV Counselling and Testing (HCT) services. Various successes were recorded in the ‘Active Case Finding’ intervention under the Global Fund TB project of testing and treating tuberculosis patients and across other interventions under the ESPIM, UNFPA Family Planning Programme, Y-Access and SIDHAS Projects
The 2015 annual report is focused on reporting ARFH’s efforts in designing and implementing innovative and high impact programmes for improved health and well-being of individuals and families in Nigeria. As a Principal Recipient (PR) of Global Fund grants to fight HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, and a partner to many other international and indigenous health organisations, ARFH is considered a very reputable key player in Nigeria’s response to most public and family health issues.
The 2014 annual report showcases ARFH’s efforts in strengthening communities and providing quality services to support Nigeria’s national response to AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, as well as reducing maternal, newborn and child health. This report also showcases ARFH’s pioneering role in addressing the capacity needs of Community Health Extension Workers (CHEWS) under the new task-shifting policy of Nigeria. It also highlights the celebration of ARFH’s 25th Anniversary.
The 2013 annual report includes reports of ARFH’s innovative family health, reproductive health and developmental projects in all states in Nigeria. Some of the projects gained national recognition and are being replicated nationwide and beyond, such as the Life Planning Education project centered on secondary school students that is being replicated as ‘Family Life, HIV and AIDS Education’. ARFH also implemented projects on building the capacity of the private health sector in family planning service provision in Bauchi, Borno, Edo, Gombe, Katsina, Kebbi, Kogi, Ogun, Ondo and Yobe States.