ARFH Awarded A1 rating by FHI360 as Sub-recipient under the Global Fund HIV Project

PHOTOSPEAK: ARFH Awarded A1 rating by FHI360 as Sub-recipient under the Global Fund HIV Project The HIV team of ARFH received an award from FHI360, the Principal Recipient of the Global Fund Investing for Impact Against HIV and TB Project for the successful implementation of her work on community HIV testing services as a Sub-recipient […]

ARFH Rolls Out Mobile Testing Tents to Increase Access to HIV Testing Services

As part of our strategies to enhance our delivery of community HIV counselling testing services, we recently procured and distributed HIV mobile testing tents to community testers in Akwa-Ibom, Imo, Kaduna, Oyo and Rivers state. The motivation behind the mobile testing tents is guided by our commitment to deliver HIV testing services as specified by […]

INTERNATIONAL DAY OF FAMILIES 2018: A RAY OF HOPE FOR UNDERSERVED COMMUNITIES

Today is International Day of Families, which is marked every year on May 15. The focus of this year is on issues relating to family with the theme “Families and inclusive societies.” This year’s commemoration draws attention to the role of families and family policies in advancing Sustainable Development Goal 16 in terms of Promoting […]

Nigeria launches new paediatric anti-TB medication for Tuberculosis treatment

Nigeria’s Minister of Health, Professor Isaac Adewole during a ministerial press briefing in commemoration of World Tuberculosis Day on Friday 23rd of March, launched a new paediatric anti-TB formulations for treatment of drug susceptible TB in children. In his speech, he explained that the new drug is dispersible and flavored, and meets the WHO optimal […]

World Tuberculosis Day 2018, on the search for TB Leaders in Nigeria

  Every year, organizations around the world commemorate World Tuberculosis Day on March 24th to raise public awareness about the devastating health, social and economic consequences of tuberculosis (TB) and to step up efforts to end the global tuberculosis epidemic. Political leaders, medical practitioners and development workers may be at the forefront of tackling this […]