- Global Fund (GF) -HIV New Funding Model (NFM)
HIFASS was sub-awarded a 9-month contract of ₦47,666,572.50 by Society For Family Health (SFH) from 3rd October 2018 to 30th June 2019.
- HJF Medical Research International LTD, Gte. (HJFMRI Ltd/Gte) funded programs/projects
To provide personnel management services in Nigeria to ensure continued services for HIV/AIDS care and treatment within 26 military clinical and research sites within 17 states in Nigeria. These personnel would be spread across the 5 programs/project sites below;
- 4 Programs/Projects
- PEPFAR: HIFASS provides personnel, manpower and technical assistance to MNOD-supported facilities in resource insecure geographical areas for 25 military hospitals across Nigeria.
- Research RV-329: AFRICOS- a 15 year study called the African Cohort Study, longitudinal study to access the impact of clinical practices, biological factors and socio-behavioural issues on HIV infection and disease progression in a African context in sites at DHQMC Abuja and 68NARH Yaba Lagos.
- Research RV-466: Severe Infectious Disease Surveillance and Detection in West Africa.
- JWARG: Severe Infectious Disease Surveillance and Detection in West Africa.
- Health Initiatives for Safety and Stability in Africa-Local Orphans and Vulnerable Children Partners in Nigeria-Region 3 (HIFASS- LOPIN3)
In August 2014, HIFASS through a consortium got a Cooperative Agreement (CA) of $9,666,082 funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) to mitigate the impact of HIV/AIDS on Orphans and Vulnerable Children in region 3- Cross River and Ebonyi States (LOPIN3). It is a consortium that comprises HIFASS, Calabar Arch-Diocesan Action Committee on AIDS (CAACA), Catholic Diocese of Abakaliki, Succour and Development Services Initiative (SUCCDEV) and People-to-People Health Foundation in Nigeria (PPHFN) with HIFASS as the lead.
The objectives are to improve systems and structures at State, LGA and community levels to ensure provision of quality care, protection and support services to orphans and vulnerable children and their households. LOPIN 3 aims to reach 310,000 OVC in 52,000 households with comprehensive package of services by 2019. HIFASS through LOPIN 3 is building the capacity of Nigerian civil society and mobilizing the community to improve accessibility and quality of services for children orphaned and made vulnerable by HIV/AIDS in Cross River and Ebonyi States using the tiered partnership approach. The implementation spans across 18 Local Government Areas (LGAs) in Cross River State and 13 in Ebonyi state with a total of 196 wards.