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ARFH Provides Training and Orientation for Counsellor Testers Under the Global Fund HIV New Extension Project

8th July 2018 News & Stories 0 Comments

ARFH is one of the Sub-Recipients to FHI 360 under the Global Fund HIV New Funding Model Extension implementation. As part of the global efforts in the fight against HIV, ARFH was given the mandate to conduct community testing for…

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Minister of Budget and National Planning Held Public Hearing for 2018 Budget, N55.15b provision included for National Health Act

22nd June 2018 News & Stories 0 Comments

[caption id="attachment_4935" align="alignnone" width="511"] Senator Udoma Udo Udoma[/caption] Nigeria’s Ministry of Budget and National Planning convened a meeting yesterday, June 21, 2018 for a public presentation of the approved 2018 Budget of the Federal Government of Nigeria at the Ministry…

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Nigeria launches new paediatric anti-TB medication for Tuberculosis treatment

26th March 2018 News & Stories 0 Comments

[caption id="attachment_4669" align="alignleft" width="1024"] The Honorable Minister of Health unveiling the new anti-TB drugs at the World Tuberculosis Day Ministerial Press Briefing, on Friday March, 23, 2018.[/caption] Nigeria’s Minister of Health, Professor Isaac Adewole during a ministerial press briefing in…

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Health Minister Inaugurates ARFH’s CEO and 25 others as National Advocates for Health

Nigeria's Minister for Health, Professor Isaac Adewole, inaugurated ARFH's President/CEO, Professor Oladapo Ladipo, as a National Advocate for Health, along with 25 others in Abuja on November 27th 2017. The certificate, signed by the Federal Ministry of Health and Health Policy…

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WORLD AIDS DAY: ARFH’s CSS Project Has Referred 207,096 People for HIV Testing so far in 2017

World AIDS Day, designated on December 1st of every year is dedicated to HIV/AIDS awareness creation and education on AIDS prevention and control. The Theme of this year’s campaign is “Right to health” and the World Health Organization (WHO) is…

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Easy Access to Emergency Contraceptives Will Reduce Unplanned Pregnancies And Maternal Mortality Rate

[caption id="attachment_4471" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] L-R: Dr Ejike Oji (Chair, AAFP), Prof Oladapo Ladipo (President/CEO, ARFH) and Prof Adeyemi Adekunle (EC training manuals consultants)[/caption] VIDEO: ARFH, FMoH and Family Planning Stakeholders Review Emergency Contraceptive Pills Training Manuals for Nigeria https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hqjdWe8k1Wg&feature=youtu.be The…

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ARFH Joins IDF to Commemorate World Diabetes Day 2017

Today, 14th November, is World Diabetes Day 2017 (#WDD2017), commemorated to create global awareness on Diabetes Mellitus (DM), and spearheaded by the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) The theme for World Diabetes Day is “Women and Diabetes - our right to…

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ARFH Embarks on Behavioral Change Communication Activities to Reduce Malaria Burden in Edo State

ARFH is implementing a Behavioral Change Communication (BCC) consultancy with Catholic Relief Services (CRS) to implement post campaign BCC activities in collaboration with the Edo State Ministry of Health, through the State Malaria Elimination Programme in Edo state. The goal of…

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ARFH Advocates for State Governors to Fund Tuberculosis Programmes

VIDEO: ARFH Advocates for State Governors to Fund Tuberculosis Programmes The Association for Reproductive and Family Health (ARFH) has called for Nigerian governors to provide counterpart funding for tuberculosis test and treatment programmes in their states. The President/CEO of ARFH,…

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5H_Bt7MC5YY&feature=youtu.be VIDEO: "Our Partnership with ARFH is Keeping Our Team and Performances Very Sharp" - Jan Van Berkel, International Director, NLR International Director of the Netherland Leprosy Relief (NLR), Jan Van Berkel said ARFH’s supervision of the Tuberculosis project in…

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