White Ace Initiative (WAI) in a collaborative effort with HIFASS on 23rd September carried out free malaria testing and deworming for 300 under 5 children, pregnant women and men in Sauka village, Waru district, Abuja. It is a rural dwelling with no electricity from the National grid or pipe-borne/portable water. The only access road to
HIFASS in collaboration with Women’s Rights and Health Initiatives (WRAHI) on 18th September 2017 paid a visit to the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in the temporal International market camp, Makurdi, in Benue State. The purpose of the visit was to provide succour to the affected flood victims. HIFASS’ top management staff, Lab Advisor, Col. Felix
In preparation for the fourth project year of HIFASS-LOPIN 3, a 5-day workshop was held on 18th – 21st July 2017 at the Tinapa Lakeside Resort; Odukpani, to develop a Work-plan to facilitate the mitigation of the impact of HIV/AIDS on children and families in Cross River and Ebonyi States effectively. In attendance were HIFASS
Nutrition and Referral unit of the HIFASS-LOPIN 3 project held an orientation sessions on the 4th & 5th August, 2017 to support People Living with HIV (PLHIV) as well as caregivers, to enable them maintain and improve the nutrition status of PLHIVs so they can delay the progression from HIV to AIDS – related diseases.
FHI 360 organised a day event on ‘building resilient communities in changing times’ on 3rd August 2017 in Transcorp Hilton, Abuja. This event featured several stakeholders, moderators and panelists across the nation; however, HIFASS was not left behind as the President of HIFASS, Dr Roland Oritsejafor the MD Barr. Tuedon Uweja and some staff were
Health Initiatives for Safety and Stability in Africa (HIFASS) in a bid to seek for better linkages and collaborations with National Agency For Control of AIDS, HIFASS team had a meeting with the DG NACA, Dr. Sani Aliyu to make positive impacts and contributions in the area of health, social and development sectors in Nigeria