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HIFASS@11

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

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EMPOWERMENT EXERCISE FOR ADOLESCENT GIRLS AND YOUNG WOMEN

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

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EBONYI STAKEHOLDERS/CLOSE-OUT MEETING

To mark the end of project implementation in Ebonyi state, a dissemination meeting was held on 12th September, 2018 for stakeholders in the state. Project statistics were shown to the stakeholders and feedback was received from them regarding the implementation. The Ebonyi team bowing out A cross-section of participants at the event

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DOCUMENTARY SHOOT FOR EBONYI STATE OFFICE

In view of the close out of the Ebonyi sites from the HIFASS-LOPIN 3 project in September 2018, the communications unit worked with staff and media personnel to produce a documentary that showcases project achievements in the state.

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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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