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HIFASS STAFF BAGS A TRAINING ON PROJECT MANAGEMENT, PRIMAVERA P6 & MS PROJECT

Batch A in a group photograph with Ciel Senior Consultant, Henry Esedebe (in the middle) As part of HIFASS planned capacity building and development for staff, HQ staff participated in a training on Project Management, Primavera P6 and MS Project from 30th July – 10th August, 2018 in Abuja. The two weeks training was attended

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HIFASS FACILITATES HEALTHCARE FOR REFUGEES

The six-month agreement which HIFASS signed with the UNHCR comes with many positives. One of these is the facilitation of healthcare for refugees between the primary, secondary and tertiary healthcare centres, through a referral method that is without hitches. HIFASS signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with primary health providers in the areas where refugees

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HIFASS AND WAI COMMEMORATES 2018 WORLD MALARIA DAY

Malaria remains a major health burden and consequence of global poverty and inequity, World Malaria Day provides the opportunity to assess the progress made thus far and determine achievements of the malaria control programme. Under 5-year-old children and pregnant women are the mostly affected individuals because of the reduced or lower immunity. HIFASS commemorates the

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HIFASS Secures New Project

On 5th April, 2018, HIFASS signed a project partnership agreement of the sum of ₦41, 413, 336.00 between the office of United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) with the goal of PB Emergency response. The new project Protection & Assistance to the Cameroonian Refugees is expected to last for 6 months starting from 1st

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2018 WORLD TB DAY

24th March of every year commemorates the day in 1882 when Dr. Robert Koch announced his discovery of Mycobacterium tuberculosis, the germ that causes Tuberculosis. Each year, HIFASS in partnership with government institutions, health workers and other stakeholders come together to evaluate the TB fight and advocate to governments at all levels on expected interventions

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EXPERTS RAISE CONCERNS ON TUBERCULOSIS

Minister of Health; Prof. Isaac Adewole briefing the press in Abuja Nigeria is classified among the 14 countries with high burden for TB, MDR-TB & TB/HIV and contributes 8% to the global 4.1million missing TB cases after India (25%), Indonesia (16%). Nigeria ranks 8th among the high burden MDR TB countries. In Nigeria, 4.3% of

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