In the last 9 months, HIFASS alongside an FSW-led CBO, Passion and Concern for Women Welfare and Empowerment Initiative (PACOWWEI) has been executing a Global Fund (GF) -HIV New Funding Model (NFM) funded by Society for Family Health (SFH) in 3 LGAs of the Federal Capital Territory. The project sought to reduce the impact of
Each Year, March 24 is set aside to commemorate the World Tuberculosis (TB) Day to raise public awareness about the devastating social, economic and health impact of tuberculosis. Despite significant progress over the last decades, TB remains the world’s deadliest infectious killer and require acceleration of efforts to end the TB epidemic globally and in
HIFASS-LOPIN 3, a five-year USAID funded project joined the Cross River State Agency for the Control of AIDS and other organizations in the state to mark the World AIDS DAY celebration from the 30th of November to the 2nd of December, 2018. The global event which is usually celebrated on the 1st of December was
The 16 days of gender activism this year took a different turn, as the focus was not solely on the female gender, as is normally the case, but on violence against all genders. The theme ‘Gender and the World of Work’ sounded quite neutral, pinning the focus on gender discrimination as it affects the workplace.
Anniversaries are the opportunities to recollect the year gone memories and to cherish them again. The year 2018 has been full of positives for HIFASS, from winning new contracts to old contracts successfully coming to an end. As “HIFASS is built on GOD’s foundation” it is customary that every year we gather together to thank
On the 25th of September, 2018, 13 Adolescent Girls and Young Women were given materials for business start-ups after six months of intensive training also funded by the project. Those for hairdressing got generator sets, standing hair dryers, hand held dryers, ceramic rollers, 4 in one roller sets and hair wash basins while those for